What is Emotional Intelligence?

A set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way.

Why is Emotional Intelligence important?

While Emotional Intelligence isn’t the only predictor of human performance and development potential, it is proven to be a key indicator in these areas. Emotional Intelligence is also not a static factor — to the contrary, one’s Emotional Intelligence can change over time and can be developed in targeted areas.

Emotional Intelligence speaker availability

Available to take part in an event or conference that you are running or involved with, as a speaker or facilitator, specialising in Emotional Intelligence and Leadership.  Also, if you need a guest for a webinar or podcast, get please get in touch to discuss your requirements.


The Emotional Intelligence Workshops provide a complete insight into Emotional Intelligence and how increased levels can benefit and enhance workplace performance, demonstrated using case studies and interactive scenarios.

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Providing a wide range of Leadership & Management and soft skills training and development courses and workshops to meet the ever-changing needs of organisations and their diverse workforces, all containing a thread of Emotional Intelligence throughout.

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If you want to improve the performance of your leaders, managers and teams, the key could be to improve their levels of Emotional Intelligence (EQ). The place to begin is with an EQ-i 2.0 Assessment. As the EQ-i 2.0 Assessment measures emotional intelligence (EQ), it’s important to consider what EQ is, what it measures and how it can impact people and the workplace.

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Delivered on a 1-2-1 basis, Emotional Intelligence Coaching enables individuals to work on and improve the specific areas of their Emotional Intelligence that they wish to develop. The coaching is conducted over several sessions and focuses on achieving and completing agreed actions and goals.

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Including both ‘Workplace’ and ‘Leadership’ options, the 360 Emotional Intelligence feedback assessment enables an individual to have their own Emotional Intelligence assessed, not only by themselves but also based on how others (peers, subordinates, line-managers etc) see them.

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About Mark Corder

Mark Corder, supported by a team of carefully selected associates, works with clients in the UK and internationally, delivering Emotional Intelligence, Leadership & Management training, coaching and Emotional Intelligence assessments using the EQ-i 2.0 system.

Having held senior positions in the private and public sector, Mark’s leadership experience, combined with a successful track record of delivering learning and development services since 2012, enables us to provide quality, tailored development outcomes that lead to enhanced performance and more positive relationships in the workplace.

How we work

Recognising that all Learning and Development activities come with some form of financial cost to an organisation, we work with you to fully understand the outcomes and expectations that you would like to achieve so that there is a link to the transfer of knowledge from the learning into the workplace.  This is more likely to lead to an increase in outputs, performance and the achievement of business goals.

Linking the development activities to the intended outcomes, to the extent that the cost of the development adds sufficient value to your organisation, creating a positive return on investment and expectations, is very important to us.  Use of the Kirkpatrick and ADDIE models for learning and development and encourage the capturing performance measurements, both before and any learning takes place, to demonstrate the value.

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