Hogan EQ – Emotional intelligence assessment
The Hogan EQ Report
Cognitive ability and expertise are only partial predictors of career success. People skills are a key determinant of success, and leaders who lack the ability to build effective relationships are destined to fail – no matter how knowledgeable and talented they are in other areas.
The Hogan EQ report provides organizations with a robust scientiﬁc tool to identify individuals’ potential for managing their own and others’ emotions. Based on the Hogan Personality Inventory and Hogan Development Survey, the report provides an overall EQ score, as well as scores and insight into six critical components of emotional intelligence:
Awareness – The degree to which a person seems in touch with his or her own emotions.
Detection – The degree to which a person seems aware of others’ emotions and thoughts.
Regulation – The degree to which a person seems able to maintain positive emotional states.
Inﬂuence – The degree to which a person seems able to intentionally affect others’ moods, thoughts, and behaviors.
Expression – The degree to which a person seems able to effectively communicate desired emotional states to others.
Empathy – The degree to which a person seems able to feel what others are feeling.
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