Emotions are involved with everything a person does and determine how well they manage themselves and adapt to the demands of life.

There is a value from the ability to manage our behaviour, along with the positive morale, engagement, and commitment that determines how well we live our lives. Understanding how emotions shape your thoughts and actions is the first step to gaining greater control over your life.

Developing and measuring your social emotional skills enables you to establish the ability to manage yourself, build relationships with people more effectively, and forge a new Resilience.

Years of research pinpoints to how fundamentally important it is for young people to develop the social emotional skills to:

  • Manage difficult emotions with greater discretion to respond to stressful circumstances and to take control.
  • Increase their creativity, innovation and problem solving abilities to enhance learning or work activities.
  • Improve their health and wellbeing through the quality of social connections and relationships.
  • Enhance their capacity to make emotional connections with others and attract other people.
  • Build a solid optimistic approach and positive mood with a sense of self-confidence that in many ways inoculates against depression and anxiety.

SEDi provides both the learning and development that establishes specialist capability to build social emotional skills within communities, it also measures skills development across Age, Gender, Location and wider Geography.

The Emotional Capital Report from RocheMartin is a rigorous emotional psychometric which provides SEDi with a powerful insight across adults and young people.