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What do you get when you combine emotional intelligence with the DISC styles? A powerful tool for personal and professional development that helps people become the truest and best versions of themselves.
The Eagle, Parrot, Dove, and Owl styles help explain how and why people behave as they do. Emotional intelligence captures the ability to perceive, understand, evaluate, and manage emotions. When combined, we get a more holistic view of how an individual, based on their style, is likely to understand themselves and others, as well as how they are likely to manage their emotions, behaviors, and relationships.
The Taking Flight with EQ Profile combines two assessments into one report. First, individuals answer the Taking Flight Profile. (If they’ve already completed it, there’s no need to take it again.) Then, they complete a series of questions to assess their level of emotional intelligence. The report integrates the results in a way that explains how someone with their style is likely to approach the various aspects of EQ.
The report includes a graph of the individual’s bird style and a series of scores that measure their level of emotional intelligence. They will receive an comprehensive score that captures their overall EQ. We then break that down, so they receive scores for each of the four components of EQ, including: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, and Relationship Management. In addition, they get scores for each of the categories that make up the four components. For example, Social-Awareness comprises Empathy, Perception, Service Mindset and Team Dynamics.
Then, here’s where the magic begins: For each component of EQ, they get an explanation of what that component looks like with high and low EQ based on their specific style. For example, an Owl/Dove will learn how an Owl/Dove is likely to approach Self-Awareness and what that would look like if their EQ is high or low. Finally, through dynamic action planning, they are asked a series of action planning questions selected specifically based on their bird style.
The Taking Flight with EQ Profile is designed to build on the lessons learned in the Taking Flight Profile by further applying the bird styles to help people learn about themselves and others, tap into the power of their style, and build healthy and lasting relationships. You can use this profile in one-on-one coaching or in a group session.