Emotional intelligence is defined as “a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges, and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way.”
Research has demonstrated that an individual’s Emotional Intelligence is often a more accurate predictor of success than the individual’s IQ. No matter how intellectually intelligent someone is, their success is still governed by how well they communicate their ideas and interact with their peers.
Emotional intelligence (EI) as defined here and applied in the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i® 2.0) reflects one’s overall well-being and ability to succeed in life.
EQ-i® 2.0 Workplace Report
The report is designed for use in a wide variety of coaching and development situation and work settings. If focuses on the impact of emotional intelligence at work and offers suggestions for working with colleagues, supervisors, and clients.
EQ-i® 2.0 Leadership Report
This report will help bring emotional intelligence into the practice of coaching to develop better leaders. Closely related concepts, EI and leadership are integrated into this one report where the leader’s EQ-i® 2.0 results are discussed in relation to important leadership competencies. Based on data collected from 200 successful leaders (senior managers to C-level executives), the results are shown against this comparison group along with key relationships between EQ-i® 2.0 subscales and leadership outcomes.
EQ 360® Report
This report engages key stakeholders in providing leaders with a 360 perspective on their emotional intelligence and effectiveness as a leader.
The Profile Gap Analysis provide a general overview of the level of agreement between the leader and his/her raters. These awareness gaps may consist of areas in the leaders excels or needs improvements.
The Executive Summary showcases the leaders three highest and lowest scoring subscales by pinpointing areas where he/she need to develop or harness this ability. The summary will also specify where each score falls in relation to the Leadership Bar, assessing the leader’s scores with that of top leaders. The report also examine the leader’s score based on rating in the context of four key leadership dimensions, Authenticity, Coaching, Insight and Innovation, all of which are key in leadership today.
EQ-i® 2.0 Group Report
The EQ-i® 2.0 Group Report combines the EQ-i® 2.0 scores of individuals in a manner that allows you 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.
Information Regarding Organizational Implications and Strategies for Action: The implications sections provide interpretations regarding how a group’s level of EI may affect the group and the organization. Additionally, in the new EQ-i® 2.0 Group Report, strategies for action are provided for all subscales.
In the EQ-i® 2.0 Group Report, information is compiled onto a single page so that with one glance you are able to see detailed information regarding the group’s score and response tendencies, as well as the implications and developmental strategies associated with the group’s subscale score.