I Believepeople are empowered by the way they use their emotions.
About Robin Hills
Hi. I'm Robin Hills. I have over 35 years’ experience helping executives and leaders develop business performance through increased self-awareness and understanding of others.
I am Director of Ei4Change – Emotional Intelligence 4 Change – a company specializing in training, coaching and personal development focused around emotional intelligence, positive psychology and neuroscience.
Ei4Change’s Advanced Emotional Intelligence Programme and Master Practitioner in Emotional Intelligence Programme are endorsed by the Institute of Leadership and Management.
My focus is on supporting personality and behavior in business. My clients include small start-up companies through to large multi national corporates, the public sector (including the National Health Service) and charities.
My style is to encourage people to take responsibility and to get involved in a range of practical, business-focused, yet fun, activities that aid and encourage learning on a one-to-one or group basis.
I am registered and accredited with the British Psychology Society as a Test User: Occupational Ability and Personality (Level A and B) and I use a range of internationally recognized profiling tools to assess type, trait, behavior and emotional intelligence. I am a Member (Business) of the Association of Business Psychologists in the United Kingdom.
Through my work in emotional intelligence, I have researched emotional resilience within the work environment. I have focused on techniques that support coaching interventions. This has resulted in the development of an experiential coaching methodology to support cathartic conversations around resilience. The research has been extended to cover teenagers in full-time education.
Based upon my work, I have spoken and delivered keynote speeches and workshops at international emotional intelligence conferences. These have been held in South Africa, India, the United States (Harvard University) and the United Kingdom (the University of Manchester and the University of London).