An employee’s skills and qualiﬁcations are important for success within their role. An employee’s emotional intelligence can be just as important, if not more so, for fulﬁllment within, or potentially beyond, their current role. The EQ-i 2.0 Workplace Report is designed to be used in instances of coaching and development situations in work settings for an individual at a non-management level. It helps coaches focus on the impact of emotional intelligence at work and offers suggestions for working more effectively in one’s role, with colleagues, supervisors and clients.
Every company has experienced instances where a leader within the organization shows strengths in core competencies necessary for the role, but may be exhibiting EI blind spots of which peers are taking notice. The Leadership Report can be used when honing in on leadership development, executive development and coaching, and developing high potential leaders. The Leadership Report examines results through four key dimensions: Authenticity, Coaching, Insight, and Innovation. The report also contains insights on the possible implications of results, and which skills have the highest potential of becoming leadership derailers. Strategies for development will be provided with the aim to attain true leadership potential, while being able to compare results against top leaders as a benchmark.
Regardless of whether a group works harmoniously with great collaboration and cohesion, or ﬁnds itself with conﬂicting opinions and strategies that can affect the balance of a group, this report can be used when looking for deeper insights into a group’s strengths as well as areas where the group can be more effective.
The EQ-i 2.0 Group Report combines the scores of individuals that take the assessment in a manner that enables interpretation at a group or team level, where implications at an organizational level can be examined and strategies for action can further develop the group’s potential.
When working in an organization, it’s important to be cognizant of the impact of one’s actions on colleagues. The EQ 360 report offers an in-depth analysis by having those that work with an individual and know them personally provide feedback in addition to their self-assessment to provide a 360 degree view of his or her effectiveness and EQ competencies. This report can be used for results speciﬁc to a workplace context, enabling career and organizational development. It identiﬁes blind spots, strengths, and developmental opportunities in the workplace. The Workplace 360 report lends itself well to a follow-up with the same group of evaluators to compare results and track progress.
When looking at a potential, new, or existing leader within an organization, it is not only important to gain an understanding of their performance in the workplace; but also for them to gain insights into their performance as a leader by peers, direct reports and supervisors. Similar to the Workplace EQ 360, the Leadership EQ 360 Report allows for an unlimited number of raters to provide feedback and provides insights into opportunities for development. The Leadership 360 report lends itself well to a follow-up with the same group of evaluators to compare results and track progress.
As a counselor working closely with students, it’s important to be able to leverage a tool that offers insights into a student’s potential for academic success, can help in increasing retention within a chosen area of study, and aid in preparation for a future career path. While working with students and
understanding their lifestyle, the Higher Education Report is helpful to counselors by providing awareness on a student’s emotional intelligence. To do so, three dynamic reports are available for their use: The Student Summary Report, The Student Comprehensive Report, and the Counselor’s Report.