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By: Steven Stein  09-12-2011
Keywords: emotional intelligence, Multi-health Systems

Products (Developer)

EISA— Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment
Steven J. Stein, Ph.D., Derek T.Y. Mann, Ph.D., Peter Papadogiannis, Ph.D., and Wendy Gordon
(Pfieffer, 2009)

Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment (EISA) is a complete package for conducting a dynamic workshop and assessment designed to introduce EI into any organization—no matter how large or small.

Developed in partnership with Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS; the same company that brought you the EQ-i®) EISA provides the materials and strategies facilitators need to measure and increase intra- and interpersonal awareness throughout an organization. Built on a proven, scientifically verified framework, the instrument is easy to administer and score, and requires no professional certification. The Facilitator’s Guide package contains a flash drive of PowerPoint slides, agendas, scripts, and sample invitation letters, a sample participant workbook, and EISA: Self assessment offer a means of orienting an individual to the concept of EI and provide the opportunity for self-directed learning. 

BOEI — Benchmark of Organizational Emotional Intelligence
Steven J. Stein, Ph.D. & MHS Staff (MHS, 2005)

The BOEI is a powerful organizational survey designed to assess the Emotional Intelligence of an organization as a whole as well as across departments, teams, and divisions. Organizational Emotional Intelligence refers to emotional abilities at the organizational or cultural level, and is more than the sum of the individual emotional intelligence levels of those within the organization.

Products (Publisher)

™  — Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test
Peter Salovey, Ph.D., John Mayer, Ph.D., and David Caruso, Ph.D (MHS, 1999)

Developed by academics at Yale and the University of New Hampshire in cooperation with MHS, the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) evaluates Emotional Intelligence through a series of objective and impersonal questions. It tests the respondent’s ability to perceive, use, understand, and regulate emotions. Based on scenarios typical of everyday life, the MSCEIT measures how well people perform tasks and solve emotional problems, rather than having them provide their own subjective assessment of their emotional skills.

®  — Emotional Quotient Inventory
Reuven BarOn, Ph.D. (MHS, 1997)

The Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i®) is the first scientifically validated and most widely used Emotional Intelligence assessment in the world. Based on more than 20 years of research worldwide, the EQ-i examines an individual’s social and emotional strengths and weaknesses.

Keywords: emotional intelligence, Multi-health Systems