The EQ-i 2.0 model of Emotional Intelligence is comprised of sixteen specifically defined components of your socio-emotional functioning, each of which plays a critical role in your personal and professional effectiveness. Rooted in the extensive physiological and behavioral research, the EQ-i is a tool that enables you to quantify these behaviors, comparing yourself to a selected norm group and showing how your behavior differs from others around you.
Unlike many other assessments made up of right and wrong answers or that seek to measure skill and ability, the EQ-i’s results require interpretation and context. The result is a deep dive into a model and vocabulary for self-awareness that reveals potential strengths and growth opportunities. Whereas IQ and “personality” assessment scores tend to be unchanging, EQ-i results not only can change, but should, with maturity, development, and skill-building.
Emotional Intelligence Assessment
EQ - I 2.0
This assessment offers 16 Elements of the EQ-I 2.0 model of
Emotional Intelligence within 5 Sub-Scales:
1 - Self-Perception :
Self-Regard, Self-Actualization & Emotional Self-Awareness
4 - Decision Making :
Problem Solving, Reality Testing & Impulse Control
2 - Self-Expression :
Emotional Expression, Assertiveness & Independence
5 - Stress Management :
Flexibility, Stress Tolerance & Optimism
3 - Interpersonal :
Interpersonal Relationships, Empathy & Social Responsibility
6 - Happiness :
The 16th element in this assessment that is a factor of all 5 Sub-Scales
+ Offered as part of the 3 or 6-month individual coaching package.
+ Can be used in Corporate Team Leadership & Management programs as a foundational tool.