OPQ Emotional and Social Competence Report | Graduate Level (D-4)
£130.00 (Ex. Tax)
The OPQ Emotional and Social Competence Report provides an indicator of how an individual's preferred working style may be a predictor of a range of social and emotional competencies. This report is to support the development of Graduates.
The OPQ32 personality questionnaire assesses work behaviours and personality to identify potential strengths and weaknesses. This OPQ Emotional and Social Competence Report explores how a person is able to apply and control their own emotions and manage their relationships with other people. It also provides insights about an individual's understanding of other people's emotions and perspectives, and their capacity to display empathy and flexibility.
Explore potential strengths and weaknesses through key themes including:
- Social Skills
This OPQ report should be used as the basis of a development discussion with Graduates.
If you would like one of our consultants to provide more detailed feedback and have a development/ coaching discussion with the individuals, please contact us for a quotation. Tel: 01285 861734.
Key competences addressed in the OPQ Emotional and Social Competence Report:
- Managing feelings
- Personal insight
- Social ease
- Reports quickly available after online completion
- Emotional Intelligence is key to achieving effective working with others
- OPQ is proven to predict job performance
- Available in over 30 languages
Why Quest Partnership?
Quest Partnership Ltd has been providing psychometric assessments such as this OPQ 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.