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You deserve well-being at work and at home

Feel empowered at work and in all of life with emotional intelligence coaching

Emotional intelligence means well-being.
You are braver, stronger, smarter than you realize.

Were you up all night worried about that feedback you received at work? Wondering how you can be understood and forge positive working relationships? Lamenting, when will you finally achieve the success you long for? 

My name is Anessa Collins. I get you. That was my story. 

I used to work in weapons facilities where a lack of boundaries led to years of suffering in silence. Eventually, despite opportunities for income and advancement, I quietly quit. But not without filing a sexual harassment suit.

I moved into health and fitness, where I guided professional women to better health and well-being. 

Over time, I increased my emotional intelligence and well-being.

Now, as a certified EQ-i Coach, I know that my experience isn't uncommon. 

● 1 in 3 Canadians say they struggle with boundaries at work.

● Women changing jobs increased by 54%.

● 70% of employees have negative emotions about their job.

Women tend to decide between avoiding or agreeing with someone when they feel threatened. Unfortunately, we can fall into believing we have to choose between being nice or being labelled.

We can replace old habits with new skills to leverage our authentic female leadership qualities. 

You have inside you the power to show up differently at work. It's your turn now to improve your well-being. And soar. 




What is Emotional Intelligence?


Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive, interpret, express, control, and use emotions effectively. This includes the way you communicate with others and maintain relationships. 

Emotional intelligence impacts a person's ability to perform at work, the quality of relationships, physical and mental health, and social connections.

EI or EQ is the measurement of emotional intelligence (like an "IQ" for mental intelligence). 

The components of emotional intelligence include:

● Self-perception is the capacity to respect and accept yourself, understand your feelings, and the motivation to grow personally.

● Self-expression is the capacity to express thoughts and emotions and defend them assertively.

● Interpersonal is the capacity to build, maintain, and grow relationships, be aware of others' feelings, and respect their ideas and perspectives.

● Decision-making is the capacity to solve problems, identify real from perceived circumstances, and control impulses.

● Stress management is the ability to tolerate stress, be flexible, and remain optimistic in daily challenges. 

The EQ-i 2.0 assessment measures the degree to which you possess and utilize these skills in your everyday life. 

These are skills you can learn and muscles you can build for a greater sense of well-being in life.

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