Welcome to Genos International
Genos Emotional Intelligence
Game-changing for business. Life-changing for people.
About Genos International
Genos International specializes in the assessment and development of emotional intelligence in the workplace. We use emotional intelligence to help people enhance how they connect, communicate and collaborate with others.
Transforming these essential people skills at work also makes a difference to peoples’ relationships outside of the workplace. People become better parents, partners, siblings and friends. That’s why our work is Game changing for business. Life changing for people.
From start-ups to sports teams and the fortune 500, Genos International is trusted by leading organisations around the world.
Smart organisations know what the World Economic Forum is now telling us – Emotional Intelligence is in the top 10 most required job skills for now and the future. Assess and develop your company’s EI today for improved performance and culture.
If you are in HR, T&D or are an independent coach, you can become a certified Genos practitioner.
Become the expert on EI in your workplace or business.
Run your own EI assessments with Genos International tools.
Develop EI of individuals with personalised practical tools and techniques.
Gain access to the groundbreaking Genos Digital for interactive assessment reports.
Introducing Genos Digital
Genos Digital is a powerful learning experience that transforms emotional intelligence report feedback into a set of actionable behaviours. People receive critical feedback in a positive way, with tips on how to better demonstrate EI in any workplace situation.
Read how Genos Emotional Intelligence was game-changing for these businesses, and life-changing for their people.
The impact of EI development in just 1 year: Cargotec
EI in leadership and employee engagement IBM
How EI improvements boosted sales revenue
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