The leadership report examines your EQ-i 2.0® through four leadership dimensions:
These leadership dimensions were identified from research conducted on 220 leaders who took the same assessment you did (the EQ-i 2.0®) and who also responded to a leadership assessment measuring performance across these four areas of leadership. These leaders held positions of mid-level management through to C-suite leadership roles and were from a variety of industries (e.g., healthcare, technology, financial services, and construction) across North America. The majority of leaders were working in large organizations (over 400 employees).
As a group, the leaders had significantly higher EI than the general population. In fact, the average Total EI score for leaders was 14 points higher than that of the general population.
Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
How is EI linked to leadership? In addition to the research supporting this report, fifteen years of research has shown that leaders tend to score higher in EI than the general population. Also, many professionals find it easier to focus on improving a few specific skills that underlie broader leadership competencies, making the EQ-i 2.0® subscales the perfect building blocks to reaching your leadership potential.
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Source: MHS, Inc.