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EIQ16 Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire

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EIQ16 Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire

  1. 1. EMOTIONALINTELLIGENCEQUESTIONNAIRETalent Assessment and Development Turn on your sound
  2. 2. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 2Contents• Purpose• Applications• Development approach• Concept model• What the scales measure• Scoring approach• Feedback report• Technical properties
  3. 3. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 3Purpose• Individual. Assess emotional skills and competencies and provide recommendations for performance improvement.• Corporate. Benchmark group competencies and provide recommendations for organizational development.
  4. 4. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 4Applications• Selection interviews• Assessment centers• Executive education• Coaching• Team building• Training needs analysis/metrics
  5. 5. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 5Development Approach• Review of literature on emotional intelligence• Analysis of existing measures and models• Selection of emotional ability concept model• Development of scales and items• Online trial of draft questionnaire• Analysis of reliability and validity• Revision of items and scales• Generation of norms
  6. 6. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 6Concept Model Reading Using People Emotions Understanding Managing Emotions Emotions
  7. 7. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 7EIQ ScalesEMOTIONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES1 Reading People Competency Meaning The degree to which you are in touch with your feelings and emotions and notice when your mood1.1 Self-Analysis changes.1.2 Analysis of Others The extent to which you pay attention to and identify other people’s feelings and emotions.1.3 Self-Expression How far you are able to describe and communicate your feelings and emotions. How far you pick up on emotional cues and can tell when something is wrong or when someone is1.4 Discrimination trying to deceive you.2 Using Emotions Competency Meaning2.1 Thinking The degree to which you follow your hunches and feelings and let your feelings guide your thinking.2.2 Judgment The extent to which you allow your instincts and intuition to influence your judgments and decisions. The extent to which you are able to capitalize on mood changes in a positive way to explore and2.3 Sensitivity analyze things. The extent to which you use your own and other people’s feelings and emotions to help solve2.4 Problem Solving problems.
  8. 8. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 8EIQ ScalesEMOTIONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES3 Understanding Emotions Competency Meaning Your ability to recognize a range of common emotions--for example, happiness, anger, fear,3.1 Symptoms surprise, interest etc.3.2 Causes How far you understand the factors that lead people to experience different feelings and emotions.3.3 Complexity The extent to which you understand complex feelings, emotional blends and contradictory states.3.4 Transitions The degree to which you are aware of and can anticipate how emotions progress and change.4 Managing Emotions Competency Meaning The extent to which you stay open to pleasant and unpleasant feelings to help manage situations4.1 Openness and events. How far you are able to reflectively engage or ignore your feelings and emotions to help guide your4.2 Monitoring actions. Your ability to stay in control of your feelings and emotions when you are under pressure and4.3 Self-Control stress. The degree to which you are able to manage other people’s feelings and emotions in a sympathetic4.4 Managing Others manner.
  9. 9. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 9Scale DescriptionSCALE 1.1. SELF-ANALYSISHigh ScorersDescriptionAre in touch with their feelings and emotions and notice when their mood changes.Typical positive itemI notice when my mood changes.Moderate ScorersDescriptionAre moderately aware of their feelings and emotions.OrAre aware of how they are feeling some of the time.Low ScorersDescriptionPay little attention to their feelings and emotions.Typical negative itemI rarely stop to analyze how Im feeling.
  10. 10. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 10 Scoring Approach Sten Score RAG Rating Skill Level Development 8-10 Green 5 Very high Capitalize 7 Amber Green 4 High Round off 5-6 Amber 3 Average Work on 4 Amber Red 2 Low Develop 1-3 Red 1 Very low Improve
  11. 11. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 11Feedback Report1. Introduction2. What the scales measure3. Executive summary4. Emotional competence scorecards and descriptions5. Development advice6. Profile chart
  12. 12. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 12Reading People ScorecardSCALE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10SELF-ANALYSIS < - >ANALYSIS OF OTHERS < - >SELF-EXPRESSION < - >DISCRIMINATION < - >READING PEOPLE < - >Emotional CompetenciesSKILL LEVEL Level 3: Competent. You can read peoples feelings and emotions as well as the average person.SELF-ANALYSIS You are as aware of your own feelings and emotions as the average person.ANALYSIS OF OTHERS You can usually read nonverbal behaviour and sense what other people are feeling.SELF-EXPRESSION You are able to describe and express your feelings and emotions.DISCRIMINATION Your ability to distinguish between real and fake emotions is as well developed as the average persons.Management CompetenciesINTERACTING AND PRESENTING Your level of competence in reading people should help you communicate and network effectively; persuade and influence people; and, relate in a confident and relaxed manner.SUPPORTING AND Your level of competence in reading people should help you work with individuals and teams, supportingCOOPERATING people and showing respect and positive regard.
  13. 13. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 13Development TipsReading peopleSelf-analysis a Keep a mood diary recording your feelings and emotions at different points in the day b Try to spot when your mood changes and anticipate how the change may affect your behaviour c Assess how your own mood changes may have influenced your performance and relationships over the past monthAnalysis of others a Look around your work and home environment and take in what is going on b Observe people in and outside work, listen to their conversations, and diagnose their feelings and emotions c At critical points in a project, ask bosses, colleagues and direct reports how they feel about thingsSelf-Expression a Express feelings and emotions to help build trust and develop warm and genuine relationships b Use individual and team successes to express positive emotions and say thank you c Share anxieties and concerns with other people at work and at home rather than keeping things to yourselfDiscrimination a Look for at least four signals suggesting the same thing before totally believing it (Rule of Four) b In high-stakes situations, analyse peoples motives and why they are taking certain positions c If you have a bad feeling about someone, or something seems too good to be true, look for information to corroborate or refute it
  14. 14. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 14Technical Properties• Median scale reliability is 0.73• Median correlation between EIQ branch scales and self-assessed job performance ratings is 0.25• Median correlation of 0.62 between EIQ scales and markers from the International Personality Item Pool• Norms based on international incidental sample of 6,000 respondents with equal numbers of men and women• 50% of respondents came from the United States, 17% from the United Kingdom, 16% from Canada• Mean age of norms’ sample is 38 years
  15. 15. 17/01/2013 MySkillsProfile © 2012 15Further Information• Download the User Manual--click here• Have a look at an example feedback report--click here• Purchase an individual assessment--click here• Open an account to test a group--click here• More questions--email us

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