As a certified practitioner of the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 360 assessments, EI made simple has access to the latest in scientifically validated assessments.
For almost 20 years, consultants and organizations have trusted the science that underpins the EQ-i 2.0® (and its predecessor the EQ-i 1.0) to help improve human perfor- mance. The EQ-i 2.0 is a psychometric assessment which measures emotional intelligence (EI) and how it can impact people and the workplace. Being the first scien- tifically validated measure of EI, coupled with research from premier organizations, means you can count on the EQ-i 2.0 to add robustness and accuracy to your talent management initiatives.
Applications of emotional intelligence include:
Some of the Companies Who Use Our Assessments
Other Assessments We Use
Success in life, work and relationships stem from understanding and having a sense of self...of deeply comprehending who you are, what you do and how you do it.
The research-based, validated TTI Success Insights assessment we use at EI made simple measure Behaviors in five behavioral dimensions using the DiSC theory. DiSC measure Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance and was first developed by William Moulton Marston.
Our Behaviors/DiSC assessment is key in helping people understand HOW they behave and their ability to interact effectively with others in work and life, as well as how they respond to the following challenges.
Problems and challenges
Pace of environment
Rules and procedures
12 Driving Forces
Whereas Behaviors illustrate the HOW of ur actions and decision-making, Motivators explain the WHY behind your actions and passions.
12 Driving Forces, based on Eduard Spranger's theory of human motivation, are the windows through which an individual views the world. These intrinsic motivations explain the key driving forces about someone's on-the-job performance and WHY they act a certain way.
TTI Success Insights' assessments measuring 12 Driving Forces examine the relative prominence of six basic interests ( or ways of valuing life) and include.
Knowledge - The Discovery of truth
Utility - Money and what is useful; ROI
Surroundings - Form and harmony
Others - An inherent caring for people; helping others
Power - Personal power, influence and renown
Methodologies - A system for living
For many jobs, it's not always the technical skills that will catapult employees to success, but rather the personal skills, or "soft skills," that are often transferable to different jobs.
In the workplace, it's these intangible, indefinable soft skills, such as leadership, persuasion and playing well with others, that complement one's technical knowledge. These are the qualities that define us as people are and typically bottom line indicators of employee job performance.