Emotional Intelligence-EQ at Work Self Test

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QUICK Test Your Emotional Intelligence/EQ-EI  At Work

Yes/No
_____1. Do you understand both your strengths and your weaknesses?
_____2. Can you be depended on to take care of every detail?
_____3. Are you comfortable with change and open to novel ideas?
_____4. Are you motivated by the satisfaction of meeting your own standards
of excellence?
_____5. Do you stay optimistic when things go wrong?
_____6. Can you see things from another person’s point of view and sense
what matters most to him or her?
_____7. Do you let clients’ needs determine how you serve them?
_____8. Do you enjoy helping colleagues develop their skills?
_____9. Can you read office politics accurately?
_____10. Are you able to find “win-win” solutions in negotiations and
conflicts?
_____11. Are you the kind of person other people want on a team?
_____12. Are you usually persuasive?

If you answered “yes” to six or more of these questions and if people who know you well would agree with you, then you have a high degree of emotional intelligence.

Source. Working With Emotional Intelligence, Bantam Books, New York, 1998.
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5 replies
    • Irene Becker
      Irene Becker says:

      Thanks so much, Randy! I have an excellent article on EQ I wrote for a US publication that I am going to put on the site this week. There are lots more interesting and inspiring articles and self quizes to come…Stay tuned!

      Best, Irene

      Reply
  1. Heather Ashton
    Heather Ashton says:

    Thanks for the self-quiz. Even with 10/12 score lots of energy goes into empathy for others and remaining optimistic.
    Best Regards, Heather Ashton PMP

    Reply

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