EIP3 Development Summary Report | Technical level (D-7)
£80.00 (Ex. Tax)
This EIP3 Development Summary Report will support development discussions with technical staff. The Emotional Intelligence Profile (EIP3) from PSI allows you to focus on the personal changes you may choose to make in order to get the best out of yourself. It will also help you to really engage, inspire and motivate others. The results can be compared against one of 12 specific groups within the working population eg Technology, non-managerial, and should be used under the guidance of a trained professional.
The Development Summary Report:
This report looks at 6 key parts that make up Emotional Intelligence:
- Relationship Management
- Self- Awareness
- Awareness of Others
- Regard for Others
Individuals with higher EI will be better able to manage themselves and their relationships to be both personally and inter-personally effective.
This report will help you recognise what is going on inside you (Self Awareness) and take appropriate actions to manage yourself (Self-Management).
It will also help you to pick up what is going on for other people (Awareness of Others) and taking appropriate actions to manage them (Relationship Management).
The report provides some Development Suggestions for areas where you may be weaker and also steps you can take to Build on your Strengths. When used in conjunction with other personality reports such as the Identity Comprehensive Report, the EIP3 Development Summary can assist individuals to make the most of their potential.
Why Quest Partnership?
Quest Partnership Ltd has been providing psychometric assessments such as the EIP3 Development Summary Report to industry for over 20 years. We offer independent advice on a wide range of assessments. In addition, we provide full support in administering and delivering tests and personality questionnaires to individual candidates / participants.
Our consultants are experts in their field with a track record of delivering innovative assessments. We are also active members of our industry body, the British Psychological Society (BPS). Our involvement in BPS steering groups has helped to raise standards and promote best practise in the use of psychometrics.