Emotional Intelligence Test

What is Emotional Intelligence?

Emotional Intelligence (EI) is an indicator of an individual’s overall satisfaction and wellbeing. The Emotional Intelligence Test used by Xponents, measures an individual’s skills around 15 competencies, in five key areas: self-perception, self-expression, interpersonal, decision making, and stress management. Since EI is a competency based tool, it supports individuals to identify strengths and opportunities so they can choose the area of focus that can best leverage their effectiveness and ultimately their success.

There are three scientific methods of measuring emotional intelligence: ability-based performance, self-ratings, and multi-perspective ratings.

Xponents uses the EQ-I2.0 Self-Assessment and the Multi-Perspective EQ-3600 Emotional Intelligence test.

Emotional Intelligence self-ratings begin by asking people how they would perform in a given situation. Unlike ability-based measures where people perform tasks to show their skills, respondents rate their own EI skill use.

Multi-perspective ratings provide the broadest view on emotional intelligence. An individual’s emotional intelligence is rated by members of some or all of the following professional and personal associates: managers, peers, direct reports, clients, and family or friends.

Am I Good Candidate for an EI Test?

The Emotional Intelligence Test is for anyone who wants to grow in emotional maturity, develop leadership skills, or improve the overall quality of his or her work and personal life. Take the Emotional Intelligence Test if you:

  • Desire opportunities to develop self-awareness.
  • Worry that stress management is an issue.
  • Fear emotions are out of control.
  • Have concerns about emotional decision making and problem solving.
  • Struggle with interpersonal relationships.
  • Aspire to improve communication skills.

The Value of taking the EI Test

Businesses are seeing the value in educating and developing emotional intelligence skills as part of their leadership and professional development programs. There are clear statistics and research that link emotional intelligence to higher sales and profits, increased productivity and performance, improved customer satisfaction, decreased attrition rates, and a reduction in training costs.

Taking an emotional intelligence self-assessment, and working with a certified professional can be the catalyst for impacting personal effectiveness.

Expected outcomes of taking the EI Test with/consult are:

  • Improved Self-Awareness.
  • Identification of an EI goal to improve personal effectiveness.
  • The development of a personal action plan.
  • Improved confidence regarding your strengths.
  • Enhanced abilities with commitment to action.

Take the Test Now

To purchase the self-assessment and schedule a 60 minute debrief, or to learn more about the multi-rater assessment contact us today.

If you’re interested in a workshop, learn more about Emotional Intelligence at Work.