Adaptive Social Intelligence is designed to help individuals identify and understand their social styles, which can improve communication and relationships with others. The assessment can be used for personal development, as well as in professional settings such as team-building and leadership development.
Adaptive Social Intelligence is an inspirational piece based on the work called “Social Styles Profile” that measures an individual’s behavioral patterns in social situations, with a focus on four primary styles: Driver, Expressive, Amiable, and Analytical. Each style is characterized by certain behaviors and preferences. For example, the Driver style is characterized by a focus on results and taking action, while the Analytical style is characterized by a preference for data and analysis. The assessment typically consists of a questionnaire or series of questions that measure an individual’s preferences and behaviors in social situations, as well as their perception of others’ social styles.
Social intelligence measures 4 competencies:
The assessment typically consists of 24-36 questions.
Time Taken to Complete:
The assessment takes around 7-12 minutes to complete.
Adaptive 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.