Want to become a mindful leader?

Check in on your level of Emotional Intelligence and start improving your leadership capacity with our short quiz.

Leadership E.I. Assessment

If you are interested in being a better leader, there is nothing more important than growing your Emotional Intelligence (E.I.). According to research in Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Bradberry and Greaves, 90% of high-performers also have high E.I. It’s challenging to be a high-performing leader without E.I. Moreover, E.I. accounts for 58% of your performance, the most vital driver of leadership excellence.  

Additionally, in a study by N. Kohli and P. Tripathi called “Emotional intelligence as a predictor of employees general health,” they found a “significant positive impact of emotional intelligence on general health… and it will positively impact the (employee) success of their work as well as non-work life.” This finding includes improvement in the health of both the leader and their team.

In this Leadership Emotional Intelligence Assessment, you are evaluated on how well you practice all five attributes of E.I. After you complete it, you will get an overall summary of your results and some recommendations for growth moving forward.  

Five Pillars of Emotional Intelligence

The ability to understand what emotions you’re experiencing when you’re feeling them.

Responding intentionally with words and actions aligned with your values instead of reacting to your emotions.

The ability to recognize emotions other people are experiencing and empathize without taking on the energy of their emotions.

Leveraging your self-and-other awareness to create healthy relationships and manage conflict.

The understanding that E.I. can be both learned and lost. It’s a lifelong practice that must be important to you at your core to sustain and develop it in others.

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We hope you enjoy this exercise, and congratulations on taking the first step in becoming a people-centered leader. It takes humility to acknowledge your current state and become more aware of the behaviors creating it. Developing your emotional intelligence is essential to leading high-performing teams and enjoying the process.