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There are some 500,000 web pages on Emotional Intelligence. Many discuss the attributes and importance of Emotional Intelligence, both from a corporate and personal viewpoint. Few delve in any great detail on how to assess a person's Emotional Intelligence. While there are some assessment tools on the web, these are far from comprehensive and provide little detail.

At Beneforce, in line with our ongoing commitment to provide products that benefit the body and mind, we offer a very comprehensive Emotional Intelligence Assessment tool. Our philosophy is based on our belief that Emotional Intelligence is quite complex and to truly assess a person's Emotional Intelligence it is important that the assessment be wide-ranging and pertinent.

With recent research and compelling findings, it is now clearly evident that one of the ingredients necessary for people to develop to their maximum potential is Emotional Intelligence. Research shows that for superior performance in occupations of all kinds, emotional competence matters twice as much as IQ and technical skills combined. The ability of organisations to outperform others depends on the drive, enthusiasm and interpersonal relationships of its people, which ultimately relates to the levels of emotional intelligence of its employees and leaders.

Understanding the value of Emotional Intelligence and recognising the importance of ensuring key personnel have high levels of Emotional Intelligence is one thing, measuring and assessing those levels in another thing entirely.

A recent study concluded that using Behavioural Interviewing competency models that incorporate Emotional Intelligence for recruitment decisions leads to far greater success rates. For example, a global consumer products firm, which did not use Emotional Intelligence assessments for hiring decisions, found that almost half of all managers left within 3 years of hiring. When the firm began evaluating for Emotional Intelligence competencies only 10% of managers left within 3 years.

Who needs Emotional Intelligence?
Emotional intelligence forms more than 85% of what sets star performers apart from the average.


The higher the level of a job's complexity and authority, the greater the impact of outstanding performance affects the bottom-line. Top managers can add to or eliminate huge economic and corporate advantages, and the higher the level, the higher the leverage - so the higher the impact.


Better still, whilst it is generally agreed many aspects of Emotional Intelligence are inherent and are formed from earlier experiences, some aspects of Emotional Intelligence can be learnt. Although shaped by childhood experience, Emotional Intelligence can be improved and developed by learning throughout life.


Fundamental skills and behaviour patterns are developed early and continue over time in which we respond to
- people
- events
- circumstances


Emotional Intelligence involves self- awareness, emotional balance, motivation, empathy and social conscience - all critical indicators in forming success in life.

How Emotional Intelligence Assessment Works
Our Emotional Intelligence Assessment model is designed to determine a person's level of Emotional Intelligence. The assessment is designed to check participant's levels of sensitivity to their own needs and the needs of others as well as focusing on their knowledge of how emotions affect behaviour.


For key personnel requiring outstanding performance in positions of authority with high complexity that impact the bottom-line, high levels of Emotional Intelligence is a pre-requisite.


The Emotional Intelligence Assessment contains 100 behavioral questions. There are 25 Emotional Intelligence Groups and 4 questions are asked for each group to determine the participants Emotional Intelligence level.


Instructions for both Corporate and Individual participants are provided with each CD.

Individual (personal) program information

Corporate assessment program information

 
 
 

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