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EI_self assessment final

EI_self assessment final - Emotional Intelligence(EI...

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1 Emotional Intelligence (EI) Self-Assessment “Motive and emotion share the same Latin root. Emotions are, literally, what move us to pursue our goals; they fuel our motivations, and our motives in turn drive our perceptions and shape our actions. Great work starts with great feeling.” - Daniel Goleman, “Working with Emotional Intelligence”, 1998 What is it? A short self-scoring self-assessment that measures your emotional intelligence (EI) along five (5) critical dimensions. What can it do? Sharpen your emotional self-awareness Focus your attention on factors that will enable you to improve your emotional intelligence Help you in understanding and collaborating with others How does it work? Step 1. Read each of the 20 items on the next page and rate yourself according to the “rating scale” below. Rating Scale 1 2 3 4 5 Almost Never demonstrate this behavior Occasionally demonstrate this behavior Sometimes demonstrate this behavior Frequently demonstrate this behavior Almost Always demonstrate this behavior Step 2. On the scoring sheet provided after the self-assessment questions, enter your answers for each question. Then add your ratings across each row to produce an overall score for each dimension (“A” to “E”). The reference page on interpretation will help you understand what your scores mean.
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