Emotional Intelligence Testing
Succeed using EQ testing
Testing & analysing emotional intelligence skills is like x-raying your potential. It’s particularly profound for leaders & their teams.
Emotional intelligence tests empower
Identify your strengths & weaknesses fast. Powerfully lead & develop.
Measure the skills that create success for people & their teams.
Create efficient training programmes that work, based on science, not hunches.
Understand & build competency frameworks proven to bring high performance in a role.
Spot high performers to recruit or promote the best.
We offer the most comprehensive and in-depth EQ testing found anywhere as we’re certified to test both overall & detailed social EQ.
The EQ-i 2.0, one of most trusted EQ assessments reveals you & your team’s 15 sub-categories of emotional intelligence.
The world's most trusted EQ test, The EQ-i 2.0, reveals your fifteen EQ components in five key domains of emotional intelligence.
Social EQ Test
Unique to EQworks, this revolutionary social skills assessment uncovers deep insights into social & communication skills.
The Advanced Relationship Test (A.R.T) uncovers your 6 key relationship & communication attributes in 18 detailed areas of social EQ.
EQ tests both uncover & develop high performance unlike IQ or personality tests
|Builds||Emotional intelligence test||Personality test|
|Improved wellbeing & resilience|
|Team dynamics & detailed strengths & needs|
|Skills that can be compared over time|
|Skills that can be compared between people & teams|
Leadership case study
Andrew is a typical manager who fundraises for a charity. “He gives wonderfully engaging presentations to (potential) clients. He is passionate, driven & committed…; an outspoken character who cares about his organisation. However, he can react too quickly or sharply, is frequently loud & doesn’t listen well. He can be overpowering without considering his effect on others.
“EQ works has honed my strengths & provided powerful & creative perspectives & approaches to enhance my effectiveness in areas of natural weakness.”
EQ analysis can seem complex but we’ve noted a few of Andrew’s pre-coaching scores to give a sense of how insightful they are at uncovering people’s issues but also potential. 100 is the average for people. Roughly 1 in 6 people score above 115 or below 85 for a sub-scale to indicate the range of high & low scores.
- Self-Regard 76.6% 76.6%
- Self-Actualization 80.3% 80.3%
- Emotional Self-Awareness 70% 70%
- Emotional Expression Composite 77,3% 77,3%
- Emotional Expression 74% 74%
- Assertiveness 90,3% 90,3%
- Independence 74,6% 74,6%
- Optimism 82% 82%
The scores above indicate a strongly expressive, assertive person with a strong positive outlook, someone with strong extroversion and drives.
Sample EQ scores
- Interpersonal Relationships 69,3% 69,3%
- Empathy 59,3% 59,3%
- Impulse Control 58,6% 58,6%
The three scores immediately above reflect empathy lower than most other scores. This means they miss important cues or lack feeling for others. With the lower impulse control, this means they struggle to temper their drives and may overwhelm others easily. As such their relationship skils are a key focus for them.
Andrew benefited hugely from understanding he needed to re-balance his EQ. By building his receptive nature, focussing on what other's need and uncovering the benefits of calming, slowing and listening, he was able to improve. He realised what he'd been missing out on especially his undesirable effects on others. He learnt to utilise his strengths more for empowering relationships and communication to engage people more effectively.
Combine EQ testing with training workshops & seminars for greatest results