Based on the Hogan Personality Inventory and Hogan Development Survey, Hogan’s EQ report assesses six emotional competencies to provide an overview of a person’s emotional intelligence. Designed to highlight emotional strengths and weaknesses, the EQ report predicts behavioral outcomes that are relevant to organizations of all types and sizes. This makes it an important development resource for employees and leaders alike.
Work is Emotional Business
Our emotional intelligence — which is the ability to regulate and express emotions, perceive and influence those of others, and empathize — shapes our relationships and coincides with our ability to do business. Because our emotions influence our critical thinking, decision-making, teamwork, and leadership abilities, emotionally intelligent people tend to excel at jobs requiring social interaction and relationship building. People who are less emotionally competent can improve with sustained and systematic effort, but first they must receive accurate feedback.
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