Dr. Steven Stein is the author of Make Your Workplace Great: The 7 Keys to an Emotionally Intelligent Organization (Wiley), Emotional Intelligence for Dummies (Wiley), and co-author of the international bestseller The EQ Edge: Emotional Intelligence and Your Success (Jossey-Bass). Building on the principles of his academic career and scientific research, Stein’s published work reveals an effective method for predicting and improving individual and organizational performance.
Dr. Steven Stein is a clinical psychologist and the founder and CEO of Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS), a three-time Profit 100 winner (awarded to the fastest-growing Canadian companies) and publisher of the world’s premier Emotional Intelligence assessments, the EQ-i, the BOEI, and the MSCEIT, as well as other leading psychological assessments such as the PCL-R, the Conners CBRS, and the LS/CMI. Dr. Stein was formerly the director of research at a large treatment center for children and adolescents, and is the Past-President of the Ontario Psychological Association and Chair of the Psychology Foundation of Canada. Dr. Stein and his team at MHS have tested the Emotional Intelligence (EQ) of more people in the world than anyone else.
Dr. Steven Stein previously held the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and taught in the Psychology Department at York University (Toronto). Dr. Stein has consulted with the Canadian Armed Forces, the U.S. Air Force, the FBI, and special units of the Pentagon. He is a leading expert on psychological assessment, and has presented research on the selection of military personnel at NATO Headquarters in Brussels. Dr. Stein has also worked with numerous corporate clients, including American Express, Air Canada, Coca Cola, CIBC, and several professional sports teams.
Dr. Steven Stein has appeared on national media in the United States and Canada and is a much sought-after speaker on the topic of emotional intelligence and people issues in the workplace. His work has been featured in articles in the Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, National Post, Dallas Morning News, Scientific American, Training Magazine, HR Magazine, HR Reporter, Canadian Family Magazine, Fast Company, Continental Airlines Magazine, Harvard Management Update (a newsletter of the Harvard Business School), and many other printed media. He addresses groups and organizations all across North America and Europe, and in Australia, Asia, and South Africa.