Many assessments are available that claim to measure Emotional Intelligence. As a leader in the field of Emotional Intelligence, HPS uses and recommends what we believe are the best EI assessments available. Become certified to use one or more EI instruments with your clients or in your organization by registering for the Certification Workshop of your choice.
Emotional Quotient Inventory 2.0
The EQ-i 2.0 is a measure of Emotional Intelligence, based on the original EQ-i. It introduces some differences that stem from changes to assessment items (based on extensive feedback from users), updated norms, and rigorous reliability and validity studies. Register for one of our Live, Online Video Conferencing sessions or call 800-535-8445 to schedule an in-house certification.
Emotional Quotient 360
The EQ 360 is a multi-rater measure of Emotional Intelligence designed to provide a complete 360-degree view of a person's emotional and social functioning. Multi-rater feedback is instrumental in helping people discover and use their EI abilities. Register for one of our Live, Online sessions or call 800-535-8445 to schedule an in-house certification.
Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT)
The Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) is the only Emotional Intelligence abilities test. Using a variety of interesting and creative tasks, the MSCEIT measures a person’s capacity for reasoning with emotional information. This instrument is suitable for a variety of corporate, educational, research and therapeutic settings. MSCEIT is ideal for situations in which respondents might want to manipulate the results to create a more favorable impression.
Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Survey
The TESI® (Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Survey®) creates the opportunity for a team 360. Each team member rates their team—from his or her perspective—on the seven Team Emotional & Social Intelligence dimensions. Reports generated from the results allow team members and the leader(s) to understand the team’s skill level in the areas of team identity, motivation, emotional awareness, communications, stress tolerance, conflict resolution and positive mood.
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