Now Measure Emotional Intelligence by EQi 2.0 Psychometric Assessment


EQ-i ,The Emotional Quotient Inventory is basically a psychometric test. These tests are basically standard and scientific method to measure mental capabilities and behavioral style of people. Now Measure Emotional Intelligence by EQi 2.0 Psychometric Assessment.

The term EQ was first coined by famous Psychologist named Reuven Bar-On. After great research he came to a conclusion that EQ can also be tested just like IQ. Hence these tests were designed to measure candidates suitability for a role based on the required personality characteristics and aptitude.

Now Measure Emotional Intelligence by EQi 2.0 Psychometric Assessment

To measure EQ-i, a tool is required named EQ 2.0. Carnelian, in partnership with MHS INC., brought the EQi 2.0 Psychometric Assessment to Pakistan. Thus tool is user friendly and very accurate. It basically comprises of five main components. These are:

  1. Self perception
  2. Self expression
  3. Interpersonal
  4. Decision making
  5. Stress management

How Does it Work:

This test is basically an assessment of 133 questions. On average people take around 20 to 30 minutes to fill this form. A person submits assessment when its done. The consultant at EQ-i department get a notification pf completion of test. He gets back to you with a detailed report.

The report gives two kinds of scores. First one is overall scores of the EQ test. Secondly it also gives scores for each sub skills mentioned above. It is a very healthy test as it gives realistic view of your emotional well being and emotional health. It open new paths for improvement.

Each one of us should go for this test in order to develop the mature emotional intelligence skills required to better understand, empathize and negotiate with other people. As our economy has become global, lacking EQ-i skills will elude us in our lives and careers.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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