Emotional intelligence skills are critical for building relationships and teams, resolving conflict, solving problems, leading effectively, and building resilience. The EQ-i 2.0 provides a detailed assessment of areas of strength and potential areas for development. Each assessment comes with a comprehensive report describing how an individual’s emotional quotient (EQ) competencies work together and also provides suggested strategies for bringing EQ competencies into balance for greater effectiveness. 


An employee’s skills and qualifications are certainly important for success within a current role.  An employee’s emotional intelligence is just as important, if not more so, to reach their highest potential within and beyond their current role.  The EQ-i 2.0 Workplace Report is an employee personality assessment and test designed to be used in:

  • coaching and development situations for an individual at a non-management level
  • helps coaches focus on the impact of emotional intelligence at work
  • offers suggestions for working more effectively in one’s role with colleagues, supervisors and client


EQ-i 2.0/360 is a great way to identify gaps between self-perception and how others perceive you. It can uncover leadership blind spots as well as mutually understood strengths. Once leaders are aware of their blind spots, they can work to grow in these areas or build their team in a way that augments their tendencies.

EQ 360

While the EQ-i 2.0® identifies the level of emotional and social functioning based on your responses, the EQ 360 assess­ment provides a more in-depth analysis by having those who work with you pro­vide information as well. When observer rat­ings are compared with the results of an EQ-i 2.0 self-report, a more complete 360 degree profile emerges.

The EQ 360 identifies key strengths that can be leveraged to the benefit of the organization, as well as impediments to high performance that could be improved.

Have questions, or want to get details for a larger team workshop -contact Dan Barker @ dbarker@idaleadershiplab.com

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