EQ-i 2.0 Complimentary Refresher Training

If you’re certified with the EQ-i / EQ360 and want to brush up on your skills and knowledge, join us to ensure you have the confidence to use it!

We will be facilitating a complimentary online training session for EQ-i practitioners on Friday 14th of May, 2pm to 4pm (Irish time).

Register for this here.

During the session, we will:

  • Review the EQ-i 2.0 Model Composite Scales and Sub-Scales
  • Review the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ360 Reports
  • Discuss any challenges arising with feedback and how to ensure feedbacks are effective
  • Group discussion on successes and challenges in using EQ-i 2.0 providing an opportunity to share experiences and find solutions

We’re expecting a mix of coaches, trainers, HR and L&D professionals on the day, providing a great opportunity to learn from others’ experience of using this tool.  The format of the online session will be informal, allowing everyone to contribute and discuss!

If you would like to provide suggestions for what you’d like to see covered in this training, click here.

Kinch Lyons

We are an international firm of Business Psychologists specialising in developing human capital; the ultimate competitive advantage. We are MHS Master Trainers, and a trusted partner and distributor of MHS Talent Assessments.

As chartered business psychologists, we offer excellent certifications and unrivalled support post-accreditation. We provide experienced and engaging trainers and we take great pride in partnering with you and helping you remain confident and creative as you use your talent assessment and development tools.


Emotional intelligence (EI) is a set of skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain relationships, cope with challenges and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way.

Why is it important?

EI is proven to be a key predictor of human performance and development. People with higher EI communicate effectively, form strong relationships and can create powerful coping strategies. EI can be measured and, unlike IQ, can be noticeably strengthened and developed.