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Business - Organization

Explore how emotional intelligence stimulates different levers of your business - organization

  • Employees' needs and experiences

  • Employees' development

  • Employees' well-being and mental health

  • Relationships within the company - organization

  • Relationships within a team

    • meetings

    • projects

    • training

    • workshops

    • events

  • Managers' needs and experience

  • Managers and leadership development

  • Managers' well-being and mental health

  • Daily managerial practices to support each team member and the team as a whole

  • Employees' needs and experiences

  • Engagement and disengagement in the company - organization

  • Well-being and mental health in the company - organization

  • Employer's identity and attractiveness

  • ESG ( Environment Social Governance)

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Emotional intelligence (EI) tools and practices improve the individual support of your employees

The employee can therefore access a better understanding of themselves (strengths, weaknesses, resources, stimulation of intrinsic motivation, etc.), a greater connection to their needs/goals, better management of their emotions.


This allows them to make better decisions, foster qualitative and authentic relationships, and improve their mental health in order to live a more fulfilled life.

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Emotional intelligence (EI) is a essential skill for your managers

EI presents different benefits for managers. It improves their selfawereness as well as the awereness of their needs and therefore their decision-making skills. It leads them to create a positive corporate/team culture and develop trusting interpersonal relationships.


Managers can therefore inspire, motivate and guide effectively, creating an environment where team members feel supported and engaged.

EI also makes it possible to magnify key elements behind the expression of transformational and/or authentic leadership.

L'intelligence collective

Collective intelligence

Emotional intelligence (EI) is an essential lever for teamwork


EI provides practices that can be applied on a daily basis in order to develop team management and support the development of each member of a team.

The benefits of EI in the context of a work team are multiple:

- Clear, empathetic and understanding communication, reducing misunderstandings and conflicts, improving cooperation and mutual support .

- Positive interpersonal relationships which in turn contribute to a healthy and positive work environment, reduced stress, a work climate conducive to trust, collaboration and increased job satisfaction.

- Adaptability to changes and challenges. Teams actually become more resilient because EI improves the team's ability to solve problems creatively, collaboratively, and effectively.

- An emotionally intelligent work environment that promotes productivity. Employees feel more engaged, satisfied and motivated, which can reduce absenteeism and improve overall team performance.​

Emotional intelligence (EI) enriches training, leadership and group facilitation practices

Training and activities that integrate EI improve their pedagogy and the quality of deliverables (e.g.: relationships between participants, alignment of objectives, progress point of a project, phase of evolution of a group in intelligence collective, conflict regulation, etc.).

IE is a powerful approach to foster an animation environment adapted to the rhythm of the group of participants, to the connection of each person and to productive joint work.

EI is also very suitable for measuring the emotional state and satisfaction experienced by participants during training, an activity, a project, an event, etc. This allows you to quickly identify and to act effectively on the key elements that will improve the experience.

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Business management - organization

Measuring the experiences and needs of employees improves their professional experience

You can obtain precise data on the experience of your employees. You identify the engagement and disengagement levers present. This is to improve your development practices and policies (human, cultural and organizational). And, on the other hand, to develop an authentic and unique feeling of belonging and identity.


The emotional intelligence (EI) of employees is positively correlated with their engagement at work


Employees who are able to recognize and manage their emotions are more likely to work effectively and engaged, build team cohesion and foster a positive and motivating work environment.

They also tend to be more resilient to stress and challenges, allowing them to better adapt to changes and difficult situations. They thus increase their performance.

Finally, employees with developed EI have a much more conscious level of alignment with their goals/needs. This allows them to be adjusted with the goals/needs of the business-organization. This conscious adjustment develops the coherence of the actions carried out by these employees.

Emotional intelligence (EI) contributes to the well-being and mental health of employees

Investing in employee mental health is not only a social responsibility, but it is also an appropriate and innovative strategy to foster a productive, healthy and sustainable work environment.

Mental health contributes to the reduction of absenteeism linked to problems such as stress, anxiety or depression.

Mentally healthy employees are generally more productive, able to maintain high concentration and contribute effectively at work.

Promoting mental health creates a positive work climate, promoting collaboration and healthy professional relationships.

EI contributes directly or indirectly to obtaining the desired benefits in mental health. P eople with high EI are , for example, generally better equipped to manage stress. They are able to recognize their own emotions and implement strategies to deal with stressful situations. They also align their decisions and actions in a more appropriate way according to their goals/needs.

This helps reduce the risk of stress-related disorders, such as anxiety and depression. Stress can also have many harmful effects on physical health, particularly when it becomes chronic or is not managed effectively (cardiovascular, immune, digestive, respiratory, muscular systems, etc.) .


Emotional intelligence (EI) can have a significant impact on the attractiveness of your business

Companies that highlight the importance of EI in their corporate culture and their practices are perceived as stimulating, enriching and humane work environments.



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The digital personal development center for your employees

Collective intelligence

Use EI as an essential lever to enrich teamwork


EI enriches your training, leadership and group facilitation practices within your company-organization


The development center:

  • digital staff for your managers

  • daily managerial practices

  • Connect to the lived experience of employees

  • Identify the levers for employee engagement and disengagement

  • Identify and improve the employee experience

  • Build engagement and reduce disengagement in the business - organization

  • Contribute to the well-being and mental health of your employees

  • Target your identity and strengthen your employer attractiveness

  • Meet the requirements linked to ESG ( Environment Social Governance) standards

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