Assessment Tools EQ In-Action Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… 4 crime, fight corporate corruption, and anything else that is unethical. I have seen a trend in my life concerning these areas. Assessment Assessment Tools EQ In-Action Profile The EQ profile was used to provide a snapshot of my core emotional capacities (EQ). This assessment is used to interpret my experience as I relate to others around me. My responses to the assessment scenarios reflect my internalized relationship map, which has been developed throughout my life. This tool is based on a developmental model of emotional intelligence. It measures intrapersonal and interpersonal capacities, competencies, or traits. The capacities include the capacity for self-reflection, self-regulation, and empathy. These capacities serve as building blocks for emotional intelligence. My ratings on the six dimensions of this profile are discussed next. I am optimally fit on self-other orientation. This implies that I am able to focus on myself and others during an interpersonal exchange. I agree with the assessment on this one. In life, I try to maintain a high positive regard for others. I am interested in their concerns and their point of view, just as I want them to be interested in what I have to say. As the assessment points out, I respect the experience and intelligence of other members of my team. I am very fit in my ability to access a wide range of feelings. This means that I can cover a variety of emotional feelings while under stress, such as love, sadness, and joy. Emotions are what drive our decisions and actions, so our emotions should be assessed. Though I have not spent a lot of time assessing my emotional health, I do tend to agree with the assessment. Emotions can determine my perception of another person. They do provide meaning to what …show more content…
7 resourceful. As a manager, I consider myself to have the highest level of dedication, on being systematic, and being dependable. I also consider myself good at being focused and having a tendency to delegate. In empowerment, I may not be as trusting of others as I want them to trust me. But, I score highly with encouraging, mentoring, perception, and support. In a diplomatic role, I do see myself as earning the greatest trust, with high marks in being diplomatic, tactful, and well-connected. In giving feedback, I consider myself good at coaching, teaching, listening, and being numerically astute. As an entrepreneur, I consider myself to be adventuresome, creative, and durable. Under my personal style, I am highly credible and experienced, and I am also good at expressing optimism and being a role model. In personal energy, I am moderately physically fit, balanced, energetic, and publicly impressive. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator The Myers-Briggs assessment is also largely subjective (Briggs, 1998). I personally find it difficult to interpret, due to the questions. Many of the questions I could have answered either way, depending on the situation or circumstances. The assessment considers four categories. This includes extraversion or introversion, sensing or intuition, thinking or feeling, and judging or perceiving. Based on my determined preferences, the assessment then seeks to determine if I am just slightly in that preference or greatly so. I scored just slightly in the introverted category. I agree with this, knowing that I look inside for direction, understanding, and meaning. I also score slightly into the sensing category. This means that I focus on the present and rely on concrete information. I score strongly in the thinking category. It is true that I base my decisions on logic and objective analysis. I score very strongly in the judging category. Here, I like a very well planned and orchestrated approach to

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