The EIQ16 emotional intelligence assessment test provides information about a person's emotional intelligence and emotional competencies. The instrument is based on a concept model of emotional intelligence similar to the framework developed by Mayer, Salovey and Caruso (2002). The EIQ16 is designed for work and occupational applications - recruitment, training, team building, coaching, and counseling.
The instrument measures EQ, four key branches of emotional intelligence, and 16 emotional competencies. The 136-item questionnaire takes about 15 minutes to complete. The EIQ16 uses the Standard Ten (Sten) scoring system. The EIQ16 report provides an in-depth profile of the test taker's emotional intelligence level, style, and competencies along with performance improvement tips and suggestions. The instrument's 16 scales measure the following emotional abilities and skills.
|Self-analysis||Analyzes own emotions in different situations and states.|
|Analysis of others||Recognizes how others are feeling in different situations and states.|
|Self-expression||Expresses emotions and needs appropriately for the situation.|
|Discrimination||Recognizes feelings and emotions that point to dishonesty or manipulation.|
|Thinking||Uses feelings and emotions to redirect or prioritize thinking.|
|Judgment||Uses feelings and emotions to facilitate judgment and decision making.|
|Sensitivity||Capitalizes on mood changes to appreciate multiple points of view.|
|Problem solving||Uses emotional states to facilitate problem solving and creativity.|
|Symptoms||Spots the clues and warning signs of common emotional states.|
|Causes||Understands the root causes of positive and negative emotions.|
|Complexity||Understands complex feelings and emotional blends.|
|Transitions||Understands transitions among different feelings and emotions.|
|Openness||Open to pleasant and unpleasant feelings and emotions.|
|Monitoring||Monitors feelings and emotions and reflects on implications and meaning.|
|Self-control||Knows how to control own feelings and emotions effectively.|
|Managing others||Handles others' feelings and emotions sensitively and effectively.|
The internal consistency reliabilities of the scales range from 0.7 to 0.8 with a median of 0.7. Correlations between the scales and marker variables are in the range of 0.7 to 0.9 with a median correlation of 0.8. Criterion-related validity studies show statistically significant correlations between job performance and test scores on many of the scales. The magnitude and range of correlations are consistent with those reported in the literature.
The instrument's norms are based on a large international comparison group of 2,000 respondents with equal numbers of men and women. The mean age of the sample was 33.7 with a standard deviation of 10.9. About 10 percent of respondents were aged 16-20, about 35% were aged 21-30, and about 50% were aged 31-50. Most respondents came from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. Differences in scores related to gender, age, ethnicity, and nationality are very small.
10 ~ 15 minutes
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