EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENTS
TTI TriMetrix® EQ examines the behaviors individuals bring to the job, the motivators that drive them, and an under- standing of their own emotional intelligence. This report blends all three sciences together in an integrated section that will illustrate the impact Emotional Intelligence has on core behavioral styles as well as the top two motivators. These reports consist of three sciences: behaviors, motivators, and EQ.
MHS EQ-i 2.0 Assessment
Studies have shown Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i 2.0®) can be a verifiable reflection of one’s overall well-being and ability to succeed in life. Unlike Intelligence Quotient (IQ) which is a relatively static measurement in adulthood, Emotional Intelligence can be developed and changed over time. Evaluating and then working to develop an individual’s EQ-i can dramatically improve their interaction with others, performance at work, and leadership potential. Although other factors contribute to a person’s overall potential and performance, the level of someone’s EQ-i is a key indicator of what they will be able to offer. EQ-i 2.0® is a highly effective employee development tool because it not only identifies development potential and pitfalls, but also provides targeted strategies needed to make improvements. It can be useful for companies in the recruitment and retention of successful, emotionally healthy employees as well.
MHS EQ-i 2.0® Leadership Assessment
With a flexible, customizable framework, the EQ-i 2.0® Leadership allows you to create a report that is catered to your preferred leadership model, quickly pinpointing what you find important. The report is leader specific, ensuring relevance and results for your organization. Best practices and strategies for action make the model practical and drive developmental results. In addition, a specific benchmark comparing leaders to other top leaders will help your company gain a competitive advantage.
MHS MSCEIT Assessment
The Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) evaluates Emotional Intelligence (EI) through a series of objective and impersonal questions. It tests the respondent’s ability to perceive, use, understand, and regulate emotions. Based on scenarios typical of everyday life, the MSCEIT measures how well people perform tasks and solve emotional problems, rather than having them provide their own subjective assessment of their emotional skills.
The MSCEIT test uses a variety of interesting and creative tasks to measure a person’s capacity for reasoning with emotional information by directly testing their ability. This performance-based approach makes the MSCEIT test ideal for situations where respondents may want to create a positive impression or ‘fake good.’ The MSCEIT is suitable for all manner of corporate, educational, research, and therapeutic settings.
TTI Success Insights Stress Quotient assessment measures seven index factors, revealing how stress affects the overall health, productivity, and morale of both individuals and workplace teams. This report consists of one science, stress.