Nick Ferraiolo, CPC, ELI-MP  |  Life Coach

Energy Leadership Index

What is Energy Leadership Index

The Energy Leadership™ Index (ELI) assessment is the proprietary, research-backed assessment tool that takes something abstract, like the way a person views the world, and turns it into something tangible—a metric that you can see and feel and even reevaluate in the future.

You’re probably familiar with personality tests like Myers Briggs, DiSC, and Enneagram.

These valuable tools can help you understand your strengths, embrace your weaknesses, and discover how you can work to your full potential. In that way, they typically support a “work with what you have” approach to adapting your behavior and pursuing personal excellence.

The ELI, on the other hand, is an attitudinal assessment tool that captures how an individual currently perceives and approaches work and life.

With the awareness and insights gained through the Energy Leadership Index debrief, clients have the opportunity to reshape their attitudes and worldview and “transform who they are.”

The Energy Leadership™ Index assessment can be given at the start of a coaching relationship and as a regular follow up assessment to provide tangible, research-backed ROI data for any coaching engagement.


What does the ELI Assessment Measure?

The assessment measures two main elements. Your Energetic profile, which is your typical energy on a good day. And your Energetic Stress Reaction, which is your reaction to a stressor. This is important because recognizing your reaction to stressors is the first step toward reducing the level of stress you experience.

Both of these are indicators of your current potential to motivate and inspire yourself and others, to understand how you engage in life, and to understand your awareness of who you are and what life is about. This is important because as people become more conscious and engaged, the fewer judgments they make, which causes their stress levels to decrease. This is because instead of judging things as good or bad, they are better able to approach situations in ways that raise their levels of productivity, satisfaction, and fulfillment.