EQuip Studios uses a variety of scientifically validated and normed assessments that measure emotional intelligence, organizational vitality, and personality strengths, challenges, and values.
Emotional Intelligence assessments measure key competencies that drive:
Quality of life
EQuip Studios partners with leaders, teams, and entire organizations to assess emotional intelligence competencies using the powerful Six Seconds assessments. For the Six Seconds Technical Briefing click HERE.
Click the button for a brief description of each assessment in the EQ Suite.
Note: The Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence Assessments (SEI™) are effective measures that help people develop and apply emotional intelligence professionally and personally. There are now over 75,000 people in the SEI norm group, and the tool is well validated and widely used in business, government, nonprofit, and education. SEI is scientifically validated through Factorial Analysis and multiple statistical analyses revealing high reliability, including Cronbach Alphas between 0.68 and 0.81. The statistical specifics of the SEI Assessment tool are monitored year by year to optimize the accuracy of the measure.
According to Gallup research, an organization full of employees who believe they belong is an organization full of employees who feel purposeful, inspired and alive. And these employees are more PRODUCTIVE and better PERFORMERS.
A growing body of research tells us that
77% of employees are NOT fully engaged
79% of employees are NOT motivated to do outstanding work
70% of all organizational change FAILS primarily due to the people side of business
When you take a look at the data behind these numbers, you quickly realize that emotions play a big role in business outcomes. In fact, emotions drive people, and people drive performance.
So how do you get on the other side of these equations to improve performance?
Nearly two-thirds of leaders will fail. The most common reason for their failure will be their inability to build or maintain a team. Their inability to build a team can be a function of certain dysfunctional interpersonal tendencies that can be identified through the Hogan assessment process.
Hogan's approach to assessment is unique in that the define personality in two ways: identity and reputation.