Emotional Intelligence is proven to be a key indicator of human performance and development. People higher in EI communicate effectively, form strong relationships, and create powerful coping strategies. EI can be measured – more accessibly and less controversially than IQ – and unlike IQ, it can be substantially strengthened and developed.
The report provides an introduction to the EQi model and a detailed, personalized interpretation for each of the 15 sub scales complete with strategies for action and a development plan.
What does it measure?
The EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 360 2.0 measure a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we:
- perceive and express ourselves
- develop and maintain social relationships,
- cope with challenges, and
- use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way.
The EQ-i 2.0 model of emotional intelligence is comprised of fifteen factors across five categories of functioning. These skills, which form the building blocks of abilities such as communication, resilience, and time management, can be mapped theoretically and empirically to job competencies, productivity, academic performance, and other measures of success to help predict and improve functioning.