To collaborate, manage and lead teams effectively, we need to build the core workplace skill of emotional intelligence and agility.
Emotional intelligence is a set of developable abilities, but to develop our leadership capabilities, people need to understand how competent they are in each area.
What is emotional intelligence?
Peter Salovey and John Mayer were the first major researchers in this area, and they defined emotional intelligence as:
“the ability to perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions so as to assist thought, to understand emotions and emotional knowledge, and to reflectively regulate emotions to promote emotional and intellectual growth.”
Assessing and developing your leadership capabilities
MSCEIT is the leading workplace tool for assessing emotional intelligence abilities. The assessment has been taken by millions of people worldwide and used by thousands of organisations in their emotional agility, wellbeing and leadership programs.
The MSCEIT online test measures your ability to be open to information from emotions (both yourself and others) and how well you can use that information to help make great decisions, learn, grow, and connect constructively with others.
MSCEIT measures the ability to:
• Manage emotions in both other people and ourselves
Understanding abilities in each of the four RUUM quadrants enables participants to invest in training to effectively to:
• Increase self-awareness
• Improve collaboration with colleagues
• Communicate effectively
• Create safe psychological spaces
• Increase creativity
• Improve focus and effectiveness at work
The online assessment takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. During a coaching session, you will receive a tailored emotional intelligence development report plus practical tools to help develop your leadership abilities.
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