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Emotional Intelligence (EQ) 360

EQ

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) 360

4 Competencies
48 Questions
$99

Details:

Purpose:

The purpose of the Adaptive 360 Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is to provide feedback to an individual about their emotional competencies, including their ability to identify, understand, and manage their own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. This assessment is designed to be completed by raters, and your role is to provide feedback on the emotional competencies of Person based on your observations.

 

Description:

The Adaptive 360 Emotional Intelligence (EQ) typically includes a series of questions or scenarios that measure a range of emotional competencies, such as self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. These competencies are crucial to success in various contexts, including work, relationships, and personal well-being. The assessment may be delivered through online or paper-based questionnaires, interviews, or behavioral observations.

 

Competencies:

The Emotional Intelligence 360 measures 4 competencies:

  1. Self-Awareness
  2. Self-Management
  3. Relationship Management
  4. Social Awareness.

 

 Questions:

The assessment typically consists of 48 questions.

 

Time Taken to Complete:

The assessment takes around 12-15 minutes to complete.

As a rater, you will be asked to provide feedback on Person’s emotional competencies based on your observations.

 

Feedback Process:

The feedback process for the Adaptive 360 Emotional Intelligence (EQ) involves collecting feedback from multiple raters, such as coworkers, supervisors, or other individuals who work closely with Person. The feedback will be compiled into a report, which Person’s will review and use to develop an action plan for personal and professional growth.

 

Adaptive 360 Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is created by Azvantage and is based on the concept of emotional intelligence that was first introduced by researchers Peter Salovey and John Mayer in the 1990s, and popularized by author Daniel Goleman in his 1995 book “Emotional Intelligence.”