False Social Intelligence

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SELF-QUIZZES (Units 1-3)

Question 1

True or False: EI refers to everyone's ability to perform, fend off aggressors, and be compassionate in a crisis.
Select one:
True Correct
False

Question 2

True or False: Emotional intelligence is broadly defined as the ability to identify, understand and manage the emotions within and around you.
Select one:
True Correct
False

Question 3

The social intelligence (SI) quotient algorithm is:
Select one:
a. Socially Aware population classification.
b. Positive attitude to progressive social issues ('somewhat progressive' or 'very progressive')
c. Attraction and openness to new experiences
d. A combination of the three factors listed above Correct

Question 4

True or False: According to Robert Plutchik:
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measured by your Social Quotient (SQ) is closely aligned
b. it is a measure of social awareness as it relates to a person's ability to understand and manage people and to act wisely in human relations.
c. is an equivalent to interpersonal intelligence
d. All of the above Correct

Question 7

True or False: EI is a basic tool that can be learned and that is the key to professional success.
Select one:
True Correct
False

Question 8

True or False: Cultural Intelligence (CI) is a decreasingly important sub-set of SI focused on an individual's capability to operate in diverse cultural environments, a critical skill in multi-national organizations and projects.
Select one:
True
False

Question 9

True or False: Traditional IQ on its own is fine for technical work and as a person moves into higher management roles. This means that the ability to lead, manage and influence others becomes increasingly important and can be solely relied on technical skills.
Select one:
True
False Correct

Question 10

True or False: Goleman defines managing emotionality as a competence directly linked with a learned capability based on emotional intelligence that results in outstanding performance at work.
Select one:
True

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