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Want to know what your current level of emotional intelligence is?

Emotional Intelligence self assessment

For each statement listed below, please indicate the extent to which you agree. Think about yourself at work on an average day.

Ratings :

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         Strongly disagree     Disagree         Neutral             Agree       Strongly agree

 

  1. Able to express feelings in appropriate ways     
  2. Can control emotional states
  3. Turns adverse experiences into learning
  4. Apologises when in wrong
  5. Meets new people with ease and confidence
  6. Remains calm in difficult or pressured situations
  7. Shares information and ideas freely with others
  8. Sets and achieves personal goals
  9. Displays tolerance
  10. Is confident in giving feedback to others
  11. Discloses own shortcomings to others
  12. Can say ‘no’ when necessary
  13. Is proactive in seeking out career development 
  14. Acknowledges others’ feelings
  15. Has a balance between work and social life
  16. Is open to feedback from others
  17. Thinks before acting
  18.  Encourages others to take action
  19. Can read people well
  20. Resolves conflict effectively 
  21. Displays a good level of confidence
  22. Manages stress effectively
  23. Demonstrates enthusiasm for life
  24. Shows respect to all
  25. Is open with others about issues
  26. Acknowledges own skills and abilities
  27. Is not overly worried by much
  28. Takes the initiative to improve things
  29. Is a good listener
  30. Is honest with others
  31. Rarely displays emotional outbursts
  32. Takes considered risks 
  33. Follows through and completes challenging projects
  34. Is aware of and sensitive to other people’s needs
  35. Is a capable public speaker
  36. Takes time to reflect on issues
  37. Has a positive approach to life
  38. Continually strives for high standards
  39. Demonstrates patience
  40. Leads by example
  41. Accepts responsibility for own actions
  42. Manages own anger well
  43. Manages change effectively 
  44. Shows strong awareness of customer’s/colleague’s needs
  45. Gets on with most people
  46. Communicates values
  47. Is well organized
  48. Shares vision for future
  49. Speaks positively about others
  50. Involves others in decisions                                                                                          

Scoring:

This emotional intelligence assessment provides a general indicator of your level of emotional intelligence in the 5 key dimensions of EI; self awareness (SA), managing emotions (ME), motivation (M), empathy (E) and social skills (SS). Remember that it is a self assessment.

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Total            _____       ______       ______     ______     ______

                       SA             ME             M               E               SS

 

Interpretation:

 A score of:

40+ indicates that you perceive yourself as having a high level of emotional intelligence in this area.

30-40 indicates a strong foundation for further development.

20-30 indicates positive development of this EI competency with room for improvement.

0-20 indicates that you perceive yourself to have a low level of emotional intelligence in this dimension. Specific strategies exist to help you develop your EI competencies for each dimension.

Development of EI in one dimension usually affects and improves development in another.

For more information or to register for a course please visit the ‘Emotional Intelligence at work’ course page