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Case Study: Agilec

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As the WIN Program moved into the public through EARN's Train the Trainer workshops, we took the opportunity to validate the program's efficacy outside of the developing organization.

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Case Study: Agilec

  1. 1. WIN PROGRAM VALIDATION
  2. 2. • Provide commercial access to psychometric evaluation tools • Provide science-backed emotional intelligence programs to the public and to corporate clients • Develop custom emotional intelligence intervention programs • Provide academic and research support for a variety of psychological intervention programs across the province • Develop psychometric evaluation tools for measuring emotion and social competencies EMOTION AND HEALTH RESEARCH LABORATORY ✤Employment ✤Literacy ✤Post-traumatic stress ✤Addiction ✤Gambling ✤Many others
  3. 3. PARKER AND WOOD MIEI YOU • built on a trait model • 102 item self-report • 5-point Likert scale • 5 scales measure emotional intelligence • 4 scales measure EI-related variables • T-scores compared to approx. 5000 participants
  4. 4. PARKER AND WOOD MIEI EMOTIONAL UNDERSTANDING PSYCHOLOGICAL MINDEDNESS ATTENTIVENESS EMOTIONAL SELF-CONTROL TOTAL EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OPTIMISM SOCIAL INTEGRATION PERFORMANCE ANXIETY (LACK OF) SOCIAL ANXIETY (LACK OF)
  5. 5. • Highly successful emotional and social intervention program • Originally designed for clientele with unique developmental and procedural challenges • Intended to address confidence and problem solving deficits to help clients find and retain work • Early studies showed statistically significant improvements to key emotional and social competencies • Overall client retention months increased 67% after the intervention
  6. 6. • Ontario-based outplacement services organization • Employment counselling and vocational assessment services • Clients come from a much broader cross-section of occupational background than EARN’s • Trainer attended early presentation at ODEN conference and participated in WIN Program train-the-trainer sessions
  7. 7. 2 3 4 5 * * * * EMOTIONAL UNDERSTANDING PSYCHOLOGICAL MINDEDNESS ATTENTIVENESS EMOTIONAL SELF-CONTROL TOTAL EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE INCREASING SCORES SHOW IMPROVEMENT TIME 1 TIME 2 MEAN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE SCORE CHANGES * ASTERISKED SCORES SHOW STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT. 3.37 3.60 3.47 3.66 3.29 3.62 3.64 3.71 3.44 3.65
  8. 8. MEAN SECONDARY COMPETENCY SCORE CHANGES 2 3 4 5 * * * * OPTIMISM SOCIAL INTEGRATION PERFORMANCE ANXIETY SOCIAL ANXIETY INCREASING SCORES SHOW IMPROVEMENT * ASTERISKED SCORES SHOW STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT. TIME 1 TIME 2 3.07 3.47 3.32 3.60 3.43 3.90 2.94 3.35
  9. 9. MEAN ALEXITHYMIA SCORE CHANGES 2 2.5 3 * * * DIFFICULTY IDENTIFYING FEELINGS DIFFICULTY DESCRIBING FEELINGS EXTERNALLY ORIENTED THINKING TOTAL ALEXITHYMIA DECREASING SCORES SHOW IMPROVEMENT * ASTERISKED SCORES SHOW STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT. * TIME 1 TIME 2 2.52 2.30 2.86 2.52 2.60 2.43 2.66 2.42
  10. 10. MEAN EI AND ALEXITHYMIA SCORE CHANGES 2 3 4 t (47) = 3.73, p < 0.01 t (47) = -4.15, p < 0.001 TOTAL EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TOTAL ALEXITHYMIA TIME 1 TIME 2 * * * ASTERISKED SCORES SHOW STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT. 3.44 3.65 2.66 2.42
  11. 11. info@adaptimist.com
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