EQ-i 2.0 Assessment Emotional Intelligence (Adult)
EQ-i 2.0 Assessment Emotional Intelligence (Adult)
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Anderson & Anderson, APC is Certified by Multi Health Systems to administer and interpret the internationally recognized EQ-I Assessment. In addition, this instrument is used by Anderson & Anderson as an adjunct for coaching "disruptive physicians" as well as the general public.
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Anderson & Anderson, APC is Certified by Multi Health Systems to administer and interpret the internationally recognized EQ-I Assessment. In addition, this instrument is used by Anderson & Anderson as an adjunct for coaching "disruptive physicians" as well as the general public.
The EQ-i measures one’s ability to deal with daily stresses, demands and pressures, and helps predict one’s success in both professional and personal relationships. The feedback can help you determine what you need to work on to increase your success at work and in interpersonal relationships.
The EQ-i is an excellent instrument for self-growth and as an adjunct to the coaching process. It can also be used in employee development programs and to aid in the hiring decisions. Research indicates that there is a strong correlation between emotional intelligence and job performance, making the EQ-i the ideal screening tool to aid in selecting potentially successful employees.
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The EQ-i includes four validity measures and a reliable correction factor rendering scores for the following components:
Interpersonal Scales
Self-Regard
Emotional Self-Awareness
Assertiveness
Independence
Self-Actualization
Interpersonal Scales
Empathy
Social Responsibility
Interpersonal Relationship
Adaptability Scales
Reality Testing
Flexibility
Problem Solving
Stress Management Scales
Stress Tolerance
Impulse Control
General Mood Scales
Optimism
Happiness
Skills associated with emotional intelligence are acquired and can be improved through training, making the EQ-i an incredible instrument for identifying potential areas for improvement and for measuring the effectiveness of organizational development programs.
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