As an individual, you view the world through filters based on your experiences, values, and assumptions — they either limit what you see (like tunnel vision) or expand it (like a prism).
You've most likely unconsciously developed these filters throughout your whole life and they significantly impact how you perceive things. This ultimately affects how you show up in different situations and could even be holding you back from realizing the full potential in yourself, your life, and your career.
What if you could apply metrics to these filters and assess how they’re influencing the results you are achieving? That’s precisely what iPEC’s Energy Leadership Index™ assessment (ELI) accomplishes. It’s an attitudinal assessment, not a personality-based one, and it puts a numerical value to the types of energy a person experiences and expresses:
It’s normal for people to cycle up and down the energetic spectrum as they experience life but it’s also important to remember we are a mix of different energy levels, never just ONE single level. There is no "good" or "bad" energy per se but each type has inherent advantages and disadvantages and can be consciously used to reach specific goals. With the awareness and insights gained through ELI debriefs , you have the power to reshape your attitudes and world-views as well as shift how you show up and ultimately who you are .
The ELI assessment gauges how a person approaches and reacts to different circumstances and experiences by producing a combined numerical value of spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical energy. This single factor, the Average Resonating Level of Energy (A.R.L.), is a strong indicator of success in various aspects of work and life, representing the average of all your energy levels — under both normal and stressful conditions.
Studies prove that higher average resonating levels of energy are associated with higher levels of satisfaction in life and work.
*taken from iPec