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Hiring with a Focus on Emotional Intelligence

Abudi Consulting Group has been working with an increasing number of our clients to focus their hiring practices on emotional intelligence. Research has shown that emotional intelligence (EQ) is necessary for organizations who focus on consensus building, relationship building and collaboration to achieve goals.

A study done by LinkedIn in 2016 of 291 hiring managers […]

Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed – Part 3

A Client Case Study – Part 3 of 3 – Creating the Strategic Plan for L&D

Read Part 1 and Part 2 of the case study.

The Plan for Learning and Coaching of Managers

We used the data from the 360 assessments, information gathered from interviews with the managers assessed, data provided early on by […]

Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed – Part 2

A Client Case Study – Part 2 of 3 – The 360 Assessment Results

Read Part 1 of the case study.

Findings from the 360 Assessment

498 of 500 surveys were received. While a 100% return would have been outstanding; we were certainly excited about the return we did get given this was the first […]

Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed

A Client Case Study – Part 1 of 3 – The 360 Assessment

One of Abudi Consulting Group’s (ACG) clients, a pharmaceutical organization, has been working with ACG for the last year on a project to focus efforts on increasing the emotional intelligence of a key group of mid-level managers in their organization. ACG was […]

Using Strong Emotional Intelligence to Manage Conflicts: A Case Study

Many organizations focus on strengthening emotional intelligence (EI) of their management staff. While this is important, just as important is strengthening EI of all employees – at all levels, especially those employees who interact with customers. Strong emotional intelligence enables us to avoid or reduce conflicts and to manage through them when they do occur. […]