EQ-i 2.0 & EQ 360
EQ-i 2.0 emotional intelligence
About the EQ-i 2.0
The EQ-i 2.0 is a professional and reliable measure of emotional intelligence. It is the latest version of the renowned BarOn EQ-i, the world's most popular emotional intelligence assessment.
This questionnaire measures emotional intelligence in 5 composite areas with 15 separate sub-scales by asking candidates how frequently they use different emotional skills. Interpretation of scores on each scale focuses on the importance of achieving a balance across the profile. Unlike personality which is considered relatively stable over time, emotional intelligence skills can be learned and developed as people develop in their careers.
The EQ 360 assessment provides a more in-depth analysis by gathering information from an individual's work colleagues, manager and direct reports, resulting in a more complete 360-degree profile.
What People Say:
"As accredited coaches, leadership development experts and culture change specialists, we were keen to be able to offer our clients a psychometric assessment tool that is rooted in psychological theory which also helps raise awareness of modern leadership challenges. The EQ-i 2.0 suite of tools has been a fundamental part of our programme design and we see time and time again that these tools allow for a deeper exploration into leadership styles, communication, empathy, assertiveness, resilience and wellbeing - all of which link strongly into workplace culture conversations."
Natalie Hall + Phanella Fine, Founders and CEOs of Up Rising Wellbeing Limited
EQ-i 2.0 & EQ 360 Reports
For qualified practitioners, there are many reports available to use. For each report, you can generate both a Client and Coach version. The Client version uses non-technical language and provides suggestions for development and can be given to non-qualified people. The Coach version has additional information for interpretation and should be used only by a qualified practitioner.
The available reports are:
Workplace Report: This report provides a comprehensive interpretation of an individual’s emotional intelligence; including an overview of the results, description of each of the 15 EQ-i 2.0 sub-scales and strategies for action.
Leadership Report: This report uses a leadership competency framework to provide an interpretation of an individual’s emotional intelligence. Additionally the report includes a leadership potential page showing the link between the leadership competencies and emotional intelligence and leadership derailers.
Group Report: This report combines the EQ-i 2.0 scores of individuals to allow you to make interpretations at the group or team level. This report presents an overview of group results to identify group strengths as well as the areas where the group as a whole can be more effective.
EQ 360 Report: This report includes information about an individual’s self-ratings combined with the ratings of managers, peers and direct reports. The profile gap analysis page examines the level of agreement between the self-scores and the rater-group scores.
EQ 360 Leadership Report: This report combines the existing Leadership and EQ 360 reports to offer a comprehensive view of an individual’s EI results through four key dimensions of leadership.
Further information, including sample reports, can be found on the resources page.