The Leadership SELF Emotional Intelligence Assessment
The Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Self Assessment measures how well frontline leaders believe they demonstrate emotionally intelligent leadership behaviours in comparison to others. It also measures how important they believe these behaviours are in the leadership of others. The result is a reliable and valid insight into their self-concept and how they lead others. In completing the survey, frontline leaders get introduced to an important set of leadership behaviours. These behaviours are based on emotional intelligence that is measurable, observable and critical to successful performance. This self-reflection process helps frontline leaders identify potential strengths and behaviours they need to demonstrate in their leadership of others.
The assessments six emotional intelligent competencies:
1. Self-Awareness: Self-awareness is about being aware of the behaviour you demonstrate, your strengths and limitations, and the impact you have on others.
2. Awareness Of Others: Awareness of others is about noticing and acknowledging others, ensuring others feel valued and adjusting one’s own style to best fit with others.
3. Authenticity: Authenticity is about openly and effectively expressing oneself, honouring commitments and encouraging this behaviour in others.
4. Emotional Reasoning: Emotional reasoning is about using the information in feelings (from oneself and others), and combining it with other facts and information when decision-making.
5. Self-Management: Self-Management is about managing one’s own mood and emotions; time and behaviour; and continuously improving oneself.
6. Inspiring Performance: Inspiring Performance is about facilitating high performance in others through problem-solving, promoting, recognising and supporting others’ work.