The Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i®) and the EQ 360® have been the most advanced and thoroughly researched assessments of emotional intelligence. The EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 360 2.0 measure a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we:

  1. perceive and express ourselves,
  2. develop and maintain social relationships,
  3. cope with challenges, and
  4. use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way.

The EQ-i 2.0 model of emotional intelligence is comprised of fifteen factors across five categories of functioning. These skills, which form the building blocks of abilities such as communication, resilience, and time management, can be mapped theoretically and empirically to job competencies, productivity, academic performance, and other measures of success to help predict and improve functioning.

The EQ-i 2.0 suite of assessments include five different reports: Workplace, Workplace 360, Leadership, Leadership 360, and Group reports.

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  • Workplace Assessment

    For individual clients and corporate clients

    who see the value of a snapshot of their Emotional Intelligence profile and seek an action plan to enhance EI skills.

  • Workplace 360 Assessment

    For individual clients and corporate clients

    who are keen to learn about their Emotional Intelligence from different perspectives including their own and those of managers, peers, direct reports, friends and family members.

  • Leadership Assessment

    For individual clients and corporate clients

    who would like to develop their leadership potential while training their Emotional Intelligence.

  • Leadership 360 Assessment

    For individual clients and corporate clients

    who want a holistic view of their leadership abilities through the lens of Emotional Intelligence and seek to develop Transformational Leadership skills.

  • Higher Education assessment

    For university and college students

    who are keen to learn about their Emotional Intelligence and how EI skills can elevate their academic success

  • Group Assessment

    For companies and organizations

    who aim to develop the Emotional Intelligence of their employees in order to promote leadership, increase performance, and foster better cooperation between employees.

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