The EQ-i 2.0 measures the interaction between a person and the environment he/she operates in. Assessing and evaluating an individual’s emotional intelligence can help establish the need for targeted development programs and measures. This, in turn, can lead to dramatic increases in the person’s performance, interaction with others, and leadership potential. The development potentials the EQ-i 2.0 identifies, along with the targeted strategies it provides, make it a highly effective employee development tool.
The Workplace EQ Report is designed for use in a wide variety of coaching and development situations and work settings. It focuses on the impact of emotional intelligence at work and offers suggestions for working with colleagues, supervisors, and clients. In recruiting, this report is useful when using scores to guide the selection of follow-up interview questions, and in identifying potential training and development needs.
The Workplace EQ 360 Report includes not only the feedback of all the raters, but also the feedback of the participant. Reports are structured in a very clear and linear manner that is easy to follow and reference. The Workplace EQ 360 features a one-page overview, as well as providing a gap analysis which is a visual representation of the ratee’s responses directly compared to the responses of the nominated raters. The gap analysis points out the areas where there is a high versus a low level of agreement between the ratee and the raters, and it highlights potential blind spots.
The Leadership EQ Report is a new way of examining emotional intelligence (EI) skills! This report has many unique features linking EI and leadership development. These features provide a snapshot of how EI compares to that of other leaders and insight into leadership strengths and potential areas for development. This report examines results on the EQ-i 2.0 through four key dimensions of leadership: Authenticity, Coaching, Insight, and Innovation.
The Leadership EQ 360 Report The Leadership EQ 360 offers the single, most comprehensive view of an individual’s EI results through four key dimensions (Authenticity, Coaching, Insight, and Innovation) of leadership. The report helps view scores through a leadership lens, as well as understand how others see you as a leader.
The Higher Education EQ Report content of this report is intended to help students better understand how their emotional and social functioning impacts their academic, professional and personal performance. It is designed to help them objectively identify their emotional intelligence (EI) in terms of fifteen specific EI skills. In each of the fifteen skills, they will see their result and the implications their performance has on their school life and future career.
The Group EQ Report combines the EQ-i 2.0 scores of individuals in a manner that allows one to make interpretations at the group or team level. This report presents an overview of group results that identifies group strengths as well as the areas where the group as a whole can be more effective. Furthermore, the EQ-i 2.0 Group Report discusses the organizational implications of a group’s emotional intelligence (EI) score and recommends strategies for action that can further develop the group’s potential.