The Friction EQ

Gain unique perspective into how you make decisions in a healthy state versus a stressed state.

The Eight Profiles

How does it work?

Relational Decision-Making

Take the Beta
Healthy Decisions-Making

At our best, we all bring a unique perspective and skill set to the decision-making process. The Friction EQ helps people understand their natural behavior for healthy decision-making. The behaviors revealed are the unique contribution those individuals have in a partnership, relationship, or team.

Stress Decision-Making

During times of crisis, we often exhibit different behaviors to the decision-making process than when healthy. The Friction EQ helps people understand their behavior under crisis to better prepare for and manage relationships under stress.

We're still in beta! Help us test it

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

From Our Blog

How To Build A Mission-Driven Culture

Millennials are not afraid to change jobs. They have done so at three times the rate of previous generations in the past year. And only half report planning to be with their current employer in one year. While these statistics are daunting, properly equipped organizations can still create the dynamic, fulfilling career that millennials are seeking.
Jonathan Sloan
minute read
· Posted on
May 1, 2021

Maslow's Extended Hierarchy

In 1943, Maslow described the concept of self-actualization as “the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, the tendency for him to become actualized in what he is potentially.”
Greg Sloan
minute read
· Posted on
April 22, 2021