Emotional Intelligence Assessments
Everyone has emotions. It‘s a simple fact - a part of our being human. And whether we realize it or not, these emotions impact us every day. They also impact those around us, both in the workplace and in our personal lives.
What is Emotional Intelligence?
Emotional Intelligence (EI) or emotional quotient (EQ) is a set of skills that help us better perceive, understand and manage emotions in ourselves and others. Collectively they help us make intelligent responses to, and use of, emotions. These skills are as critical as your intellect (IQ) in determining success in work and life. Everyone, no matter what job function, has interactions with other people. Your capacity to understand your emotions, to be aware of them and how they impact the way you behave and relate to others, will improve your ‘people‘ skills and help you ultimately be more satisfied and successful.
Who wouldn’t want a higher level of emotional intelligence? Studies have shown that high levels of emotional intelligence boost career success, mental health, relationship satisfaction, humor, and happiness. Higher levels of Emotionally Intelligent Workplace Behaviour are also the best antidote to work stress and building your personal resilience. Learn how you can improve your emotional intelligence and how best to go about it.
Taproot Innovation uses the suite of assessments from Genos International, a leading emotional intelligence provider with one of the widest ranges of emotional intelligence assessments on the market. Their reports and training programs are beautifully designed and easy to understand. Genos gives Taproot International the ability to work with emotional intelligence in a variety of ways.
From developing agile leaders, and engaging millennial workforces, to helping individuals become more self-aware -- Genos International emotional intelligence assessments can transform the lives of your workforce. The World Economic Forum released their top 10 job skills for success by 2020, and emotional intelligence was ranked in the top 10.
Emotional Intelligence is a set of skills that help us better perceive, understand and manage emotions in ourselves and in others. Collectively they help us make intelligent responses to our emotions. These skills are as important as your intellect, experience and background in determining success at work and in life. Emotions influence, both productively and unproductively, our decisions, behaviour and performance.
Applied Emotional Intelligence – The Difference It Makes
In the workplace, emotional intelligence underlies our self-awareness, empathy, leadership and resilience. In our world of ‘do more with less’, where continuous change is the norm and effective collaboration is essential, these skills are fundamental to our success. People who have been through our programs feel better at work, facilitate more productive work environments, and better lead and engage others.
The Genos Emotional Intelligence Model
The Genos model shown below comprises a set of emotionally intelligent workplace behavior competencies. Competencies represent skills and behaviors, based on underlying abilities and experiences, that are measurable and observable. The six emotionally intelligent competencies of the Genos model capture the skills and behaviors that manifest from emotional intelligence abilities. The Genos Model of Emotional Intelligence, including the six core skills is as follows:
The Genos Emotionally Intelligent Workplace assessment measures how well a person demonstrates emotionally intelligent workplace behaviours in comparison to others. Workplace can also equal a place where one is a volunteer.
The better one demonstrates the behaviours measured, the more effective relationships and work will be. Genos Emotional Intelligence Assessments measure how often individuals display emotionally intelligent workplace behaviour that underlies success. They are supported by a wealth of peer-reviewed research and are accompanied by beautiful reports that provide accessible and practical development suggestions. This workplace assessment can be engaged by the individual only or can also involve others in a 180 or 360 review. Click below for a sample 360 report.