Become the leader you were meant to be. 

Cultivate more productive teams
Develop a capacity for & proficiency in decision-making
Build a stress management practice
Enhance self-awareness & mindfulness
Generate more sales, faster pivots and better forecasts!
EQ-i 2.0 Diagram of Emotional Intelligence

Almost immediately, Sue made me look deeper into the reasons why I felt stuck and helped me get out of old habits that were dragging my business down. Sue helped me set goals that I could follow through on. And, as a result, I saw an increase in my business – but I also gained confidence as a businessperson and an artist! ~ Sasha

Emotional intelligence is how you cultivate an optimistic outlook that inspires your team. It’s how you create the self-regard you need to know what’s best for you and your business. It’s how you find authentic, lasting happiness that enables you to perform at your peak. It’s how you discover your strongest talents and embrace self-actualization. And it’s how you become the confident, assertive person who can close deals, lead teams, and make things happen in a way that feels effortless.

Emotional intelligence is how you keep moving toward your goals, simultaneously pursuing what you want while also giving yourself what you need to feel happy and fulfilled.

Emotional intelligence is how you learn to read other people and tell them what you need to say in a way that they’re willing to hear it.

In short, emotional intelligence is how you get what you want. 

Even better yet? Emotional intelligence is a SKILL that can be DEVELOPED.

The Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i 2.0) is the world’s leading tool for assessing emotional and social intelligence. For decades, organizations and leaders have trusted the research and science behind the EQ-i 2.0 and have used it as a tool to support development and improve human performance. It breaks ‘EQ’ down into 15 core competencies and shows you where you stand with each, providing an unparalleled opportunity for growth and change.

Take the EQ-i 2.0 Assessment and discover how you stack up.

EvolvedEQ Team Member
$349one time
  • 30 Min Preparatory Call
  • EQ-i 2.0 Workplace Self-Assessment
  • 90 Min Assessment Debrief
  • Digital Workbook
  • 1 x 30-min follow up session
EvolvedEQ 360
$999one time
  • 30 Min Preparatory Call
  • EQ-i 2.0 Workplace Self-Assessment
  • EQ360 Multi-Rater Assessment
  • (up to 20 raters)
  • 90 Min Assessment Debrief
  • Digital Workbook
  • EQ Edge Companion Book
  • 2 x 60-min follow up sessions

Will My Employer Pay for This?

Need to convince your boss? I’ve got you covered with a helpful template. Click on “Need a letter to send to your boss?” in the FAQ section to the right.

Have Questions?

If you have more questions (and if you’re anything like me you likely do!) then book a 30-min virtual call with me. I’d love to connect and learn more about you and your goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i 2.0) is the world’s leading tool for assessing emotional and social intelligence. It breaks ‘EQ’ down into 15 core competencies and shows you where you stand with each, providing an unparalleled opportunity for growth and change.

When we hone the 15 EQ competencies, we can make better decisions, communicate with clarity, cope with stress and build stronger, more connected relationships.

Discover your emotional intelligence score across the 15 measures, then work one-on-one with me to create and enact a plan that will leverage your strengths while balancing your areas of growth and ultimately driving you toward success in every area of your life.

EQ 360 Reports provide in-depth analyses by allowing an unlimited amount of raters (Managers, Peers, Direct Reports, Friends and Family) do the assessment as well as yourself. These observer ratings are compared with the self-assessment in order to provide you with a 360-degree view of your emotional effectiveness. These reports are designed to provide valuable insight and opportunities for further development. You as the individual being “rated” will not know who provided what rating. They are grouped by the groups stated above.

Oh, only since the dawn of time.

I’m going to let you in on a little secret:

Every business problem has a personal component.

Every single one.

And the reason for that? Is that businesses aren’t inanimate entities that run themselves.

Businesses are run by people. Businesses are staffed by people. Businesses are grown by people.

And when businesses fail, it’s because of the people in that business who caused it to fail.

Businesses are only as strong as their people, and people have emotions. Now, for a lot of businesspeople, it’s tempting to ignore the messy inner workings of the human mind, because nobody wants to deal with that mess.

That’s why EQ programs scare people. Because emotional intelligence training can often feel like you’re opening a Pandora’s box of negative emotions and traumatic experiences.

But the longer you keep the box of monsters shut, the louder the growling gets, until you can’t ignore it anymore.

Sooner or later, every business comes to a point where it must confront the personal, emotional aspect of business problems.

And the sooner you start levelling up your EQ, the more time you devote upfront to mastering your emotional intelligence, the better equipped you’ll be to handle these problems when they arise.

Oh, you sweet summer child.

Nobody has mastered their emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence isn’t something you master once and then forget about. It’s not a box on a to-do list to be ticked.

Emotional intelligence is something you continue developing throughout your life. It’s a skill that you work on every single day. It’s like making your bed – just because you did it yesterday doesn’t mean you don’t have to do it today.

And the reason I know that is because I’ve been working on my own emotional intelligence for the better part of 10 years, and I’m still learning new things about EQ. And every time I learn something new, it creates growth in my business and in my personal and professional relationships.

Then that’s all the more reason to master your EQ.

Because the more emotionally intelligent you are, the more effective you’ll be at your job.

And the more emotionally intelligent you are, the better your relationships with your family will be. 

Yes, this coaching journey is a time commitment, but when you commit, you’re investing your time and energy into a happier, less stressful, more fulfilling future – at work, at home, and everywhere else.

You’re investing your time and energy into becoming a more effective and persuasive team leader, a more caring spouse, a more communicative parent, and a more compassionate friend.

Did you know that the average person watches 25 hours of TV per week? It’s true! 

So don’t tell me you can’t find a spare 90-120 minutes to invest in your personal growth to partake in this assessment and debrief. Because you’re worth it.

Need to convince your boss? We’ve got you covered with this helpful email template. 

Hi, [Boss-Person],

Did you know that when Motorola offered its staff emotional intelligence training, 93% of its employees became more productive?

Or that at L’Oreal, salespeople with high emotional intelligence outsell those with low emotional intelligence by $90,000 per salesperson per year?

There’s a reason why General Electric spends over $1 billion per year on emotional intelligence training.

It’s because when employees develop better emotional intelligence, they become more productive, more competent at their jobs, and more effective decision-makers.

I’ve loved my time at [company]. I like what I do, I love the people I work with, and I’m proud of our work together.

But I’m starting to feel hungry for a new challenge. I want to help [company] reach (and exceed) its goals, and I strongly believe that emotional intelligence training can enable me to do just that.

That’s why I’d like you to consider investing in me.

I’m looking at taking the EvolvedEQ Assessment and coaching journey with Sue Ross, an ICF ACC-certified executive coach and emotional intelligence expert. She has worked with Disney, Blockbuster, Starbucks, and clients in both the public and private sectors as well as the entrepreneurial ecosystem. 

I wonder if [company] would be willing to cover the cost?

Let me know if you want more information or if we need to set up a time to discuss this. I’d love to hear your thoughts!


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