Current Developing Emotional Competency Questionnaire® Report
Personal and Social Competence of EQ
The ability to know and understand what emotions you are feeling, and to be able to manage those emotions in a productive and positive manner for yourself and those around you.
The ability to understand other people: what motivates them, how they work, and how to work cooperatively with them.
The 5 Domains of EQ
Observing yourself and recognizing a feeling as it happens.
Channeling emotions in the service of a goal; emotional self control; delaying gratification and stifling impulses.
Handling feelings so that they are appropriate; realizing what is behind a feeling; finding ways to handle fears and anxieties, anger, and sadness.
Sensitivity to other’s feelings and concerns and taking their perspective; appreciating the differences in how people feel about things.
Managing emotions in others; social competence and social skills.
The 25 Characteristics of EQ
Involves recognizing our own emotions and their impact on our attitudes and behaviors.
Knowing one’s strengths and weaknesses.
Sureness in your own self worth and your capabilities.
Managing potential disruptive emotions and impulses.
Maintaining standards of honesty and integrity.
Taking responsibility for personal performance.
Flexibility in handling inevitable changes in your life.
Being comfortable with and open to novel ideas and new information.
Striving to improve or meet a benchmark of excellence.
Aligning your personal goals with the goals of your group or your organization.
The readiness to act on opportunity.
Persistence in pursuing goals despite obstacles and setbacks.
Sensing others’ feelings & perspectives, and taking an active interest in their concerns.
Anticipating, recognizing, and meeting other’s needs.
Sensing what others need in order to support their growth and improvement.
Cultivating opportunities by creating relationships with diverse people.
Reading a group’s emotional currents and power relationships.
Using effective tactics and strategies to persuade others.
Sending clear and convincing messages.
Inspiring, influencing, and nurturing people and groups.
Initiating or managing change.
Embracing and resolving disagreements.
Nurturing essential relationships.
Collaboration and Cooperation
Working with others toward mutual goals.
Include creating group synergy in pursuing collective goals.