Adaptive 360 Social Intelligence is designed to provide individuals with feedback from their colleagues, superiors, and subordinates to help them identify and understand their social styles and how they are perceived by others. The assessment can be used for personal development, as well as in professional settings such as team-building and leadership development.
Adaptive 360 Social Intelligence is based on the same concept of the Social Style Profile as the AL Social Intelligence self-assessment. However, in this version, the assessment gathers feedback from the individual’s colleagues, superiors, and subordinates to provide a more comprehensive view of their social styles. The feedback is typically gathered through a questionnaire or series of questions that measure the individual’s behaviors and preferences in social situations, as well as how they are perceived by others in these situations.
Social intelligence measures 4 competencies:
The assessment typically consists of 24 questions.
Time Taken to Complete:
The assessment takes around 5-10 minutes to complete.
Adaptive 360 Social Intelligence is created by Azvantage and is based on the Social Style Profile that was developed by David Merrill and Roger Reid, who introduced the concept of social styles in their 1981 book “Personal Styles and Effective Performance.
Merrill, D. W., & Reid, R. H. (1981). Personal styles and effective performance. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.