Leadership Training by Gordon Tredgold

FAST EQ Assessment

Emotional Intelligence, EQ, can be measured by different models. Our Fast EQ© Assessment comprises five EQ dimensions—all of which are scientifically proven to measure EQ—to help you grow, and succeed in the workplace. Please follow the instructions below to gauge your current level of EQ, and importantly, how to identify opportunities to build these critical EQ competencies now and into the future.

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EQ ASSESSMENT

As a career-oriented individual, you understand the importance of building strong teams, delivering better results, and getting the best opportunities. But did you know that one vital skill can set you apart from the competition?

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the key to success in the workplace, and it can help you become a more effective leader, inspire your team, and achieve your career goals.

Take our free Fast EQ© Assessment to gauge your current level of EQ and identify opportunities to build these critical competencies now and into the future. By answering a few simple questions, you'll get feedback on the five key areas of emotional intelligence: Motivation, Empathy, Self-Awareness, Self-Regulation, and Social Skills. You'll discover your strengths and weaknesses in each of these areas, and get tips for how to improve your EQ.

"Imagine a future where you're a highly respected leader, known for your ability to inspire and motivate others. With strong emotional intelligence skills, you'll be able to navigate even the most challenging interpersonal situations with ease, building strong relationships with colleagues and clients alike.

You'll be in high demand, sought after for your ability to deliver results and drive success in your organization.

Don't let your Emotional Intelligence hold back your career any longer.

Take our Fast EQ© Assessment and start your journey towards becoming an in demand leader today!

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1. I can concentrate on one activity for a long time, if necessary

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2. It makes me happy when I see people being kind to each other.

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3. I interrupt or talk “over” people in conversations.

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4. I often give up too quickly

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5. I disagree with people without arguing or fighting

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6. I know my personal values as a professional.

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7. I regularly seek constructive feedback from others.

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8. I tend to talk too much.

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9. Receiving feedback from others helps me to understand myself better.

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10. I enjoy tackling problems that are completely new to me.

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11. I work effectively toward long-term goals

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12. A clear purpose drives my work activities.

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13. I rarely take notice when people treat each other warmly

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14. I find it annoying when people cry in the workplace

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15. I don’t really think about why I behave in the way that I do.

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16. I express concern for others when they are upset or distressed

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17. I am attracted to tasks in which I can test my abilities.

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18. I stay calm when problems come up.

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19. Before criticizing someone, I imagine how I would feel in their position.

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20. I frequently compare my work performance with peers.

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21. I find feedback on my performance useful.

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22. I take responsibility for my professional actions

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23. I look people in the eye when talking to them.

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24. I shift conversations to my favorite topic or interest.

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25. I do not offer to help people unless directly asked or told to.

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26. When faced with a difficult task, I always expect to achieve my goal

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27. I enjoy situations in which I can make use of my abilities.

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28. I gain enjoyment from mastering a difficult task.

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29. I keep working on what I have planned until I succeed

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30. I think about how well I’m doing as I perform an activity.

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31. I ask people questions about themselves or their lives.

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32. I put off making decisions

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33. I am strongly motivated by the money I can earn.

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34. My smiles are often forced or awkward in work situations.

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35. I sometimes struggle to see things from another person’s perspective.

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36. I want other people to recognize how good I am at my work

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37. I don’t give the feelings of other people much thought.

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38. I frequently “step back” to examine my feelings.

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39. I am good at taking turns in conversations.

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40. I get frustrated easily

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41. Curiosity is the driving force behind much of what I do.

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42. I often act without thinking through all the alternatives

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43. I have a hard time breaking bad habits

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44. My facial expressions are easy to read

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45. I introduce myself to people without being prompted

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46. I like situations in which I can find out how capable I am.

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47. I often get so absorbed in my work that I forget about everything else

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48. I need to be publicly recognized for my work achievements.

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49. I am clear on what legacy I want to leave behind.

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50. I stay in the “background” in social situations.

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51. I initiate get-togethers with peers

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52. I don’t often examine my beliefs.

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53. My emotions tend to be “all or nothing.”

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54. When I’m upset with someone, I “put myself in their shoes” for a while

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55. I apologize for upsetting someone without being prompted to

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56. I show a range of facial expressions (e.g. surprised, pleased, embarrassed)

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57. It makes me happy when I hear of other people’s good fortune.

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58. I look at everybody’s side of a disagreement before I make a decision

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59. I have trouble making plans to help me reach goals

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60. My work allows me to be well regarded by other people

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