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The culture theory method.

Where Ei meets habits. 

Emotional intelligence is more powerful when practiced regularly, and habits are more effective when they're informed by emotional intelligence. If you use emotional intelligence to form your habits, you will choose better ones and be more likely to fulfill them. 

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So how does this method compare to traditional habit science? 

With Ei Training, you can build skills to...

Expand your awareness.

It all starts with the power within you.

You will become more in tune to your own feelings, preferences, and behaviors, as well as those of the people you manage or report to. This expanse of self will allow you to make more informed, successful decisions.

Communicate more effectively.

Limit confusion and create understanding.

Ei training helps you communicate with more accuracy, respect, and care. You may be able to diffuse conflict, influence others, and solve problems more effectively than before. But most of all, you will 'know your mind.'

Maximize teamwork.

Foster invested teams you can depend on.

By creating an open and honest forum for exchange, Ei training for teams can improve productivity, efficiency, and happiness at work. As a leader, you’ll notice more nuanced interactions, providing additional opportunities for success.

Create better relationships.

Turn your critics into champions.

The quality of our relationships impacts everything we do, whether we like it or not. By using Ei tools you can learn to take things less personally, and instead focus on the cause of other people’s feelings and learn more about their values.


Transform your culture.

The company of your dreams is within reach.

High Ei cultures have the same features - good communication, sound leadership, psychological safety, and the sense that everyone matters. As culture is the #1 indicator of retention, investing in Ei training has enormous benefits.

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