The Emotional Intelligence Inventory describes an individual’s ability to recognize and manage their his or her emotions, as well as that of others. This assessment can be used to enhance leadership, aid sales effectiveness and recruit potential talents.
Refers to understanding one’s own emotional states, beliefs, agendas, strengths and weaknesses, as well as embracing failures and obstacles.
Refers to the ability to exercise control over one’s inner state, emotions and impulses, while taking action to improve their personal situation.
Refers to the ability to understand the social situation one is in, the inner states of others, one’s impact on others, and what one can do to change the social situation.
Refers to the ability to manage relationships with other people, develop the potential of others and getting them to work together to achieve a common goal.
2 versions available.
- Workplace Emotional Intelligence Inventory (WEII)
- Youth Emotional intelligence Inventory (YEII)
|Duration :||There is no time limit for the WEII or YEII, although it usually takes 15-30mins to complete.|
|Norms :||Singapore adult population norms; Singapore teenager norms|
|Reports :||Individual Interpretive Report|