with Dr. Debra Dupree, PsyD, LMFT
What is your EQ?
WHAT TO DO: There are 20 statements. Each represents an awareness in the 4 areas of E.Q.
Using a rating scale of 1 to 5, mark your number selected for each.
1 = never, 2 = rarely, 3 = Sometimes, 4 = usually, 5 = always
Answer honestly, not the way you think you should
Scoring the Tool
Here’s how you show up…the lowest scores are areas to develop to increase your E.Q..
Interpreting Your Score
Scores may range from a low of 5 to a high of 25. Any score below 18 is an area for improvement.
Emotional Intelligence (E.Q) is learnable, developmental and eye opening.
#1 to work on:
#2 to work on:
Adapted from Emily A. Sterrett, PhD, in the Manager's Guide to Emotional Intelligence 2000, HRD Press: Amherst, MA and from The Handbook of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership by Dy Daniel E. Feldman, 1999, Leadership Performance Solutions.