The Higher Education – Emotional Intelligence for young people
The Higher Education report was especially developed for students, whether in university, college, or professional education. Like any EQ-i 2.0 report, the Higher Education is intended to measure an individual’s Emotional Intelligence and help young people better understand the relationship between emotions and their academic achievements.
As research shows, academic success is determined not by cognitive intelligence alone, but to a great extent by emotional and social skills. These skills are the competencies of Emotional Intelligence and underpin a student’s ability to keep up with the demands of a new academic environment, navigate an adult life full of uncertainties and challenges, live independently, and develop new friendships.
What results the Higher Education assessment offers
- Get introduced to the concept of Emotional Intelligence and the fifteen specific EI skills
- Objectively identify the individual’s EI profile including areas of strength and areas for improvement
- Recognize the link between cognitive abilities and EI skills and see how those skills might be impacting academic achievement
- Put together strategies to develop EI skills and thus improve the likelihood of academic success and emotional well-being in general
Price and what it includes
- The Higher Education assessment – online questionnaire containing 133 multiple-choice items (in English)
- The Higher Education report (in English)
- Facilitated discussion with a certified trainer, 45 minutes long, conducted in person or via Skype (in English, German, or Russian)
- Action plan to develop EI
Price: 200.- CHF