"YOU GET WHAT YOU MEASURE SO MEASURE WHAT MATTERS."
MEASUREMENT AND TOOLS
Emotions are information, but sometimes it is hard to get a good read on them. EQ is measurable, and assessments provide valuable insight into people, teams and organizations.
What are EQ assessments?
They measure EQ competencies that relate to effectiveness, decision making, influence, relationships, health and performance. Assessments help to highlight strengths and areas for improvement, and a roadmap for continued development.
Neuro-scientific assessments that measure skills, attributes and attitudes
Scientifically validated with high reliability
To overcome obstacles, you identify opportunities and take ownership of solutions.
To get results fast, you focus both on the present and future. Then you create the emotional energy to go forward.
To build effective relationships, you balance multiple needs and create the right emotions for people to get in synch.
MEASUREMENT AND TOOLS
Types of Reports
There are many different assessments for individual youth and adults, small groups and teams, businesses and schools. They are offered in 20 different languages. Dragonfly uses different assessments for different courses and projects.
In depth reports focused on personal and professional development. They provide detailed descriptions of measurements and definitions. EQ competencies and success factors are rated against norm groups. Recommendations for improving and exercising EQ are given. An in-person or video debrief helps draw out meaning and further action.
There are several one page reports. The Brain Brief Profile looks at how our brain works with regards to rational and emotional focus, evaluative and innovative decision making, and a practical or idealistic drive, brain style and key assets. The Brain Talent Profile displays six top talents, while the Brain Discovery Profile (adults only) looks at the 3 highest and lowest scored talents and outcome summary.
These reports collate the profiles of several people into one group. This can give an overall view of a group, looking at average EQ, brain styles to see how many people in a group are of a certain type, talents from strongest to areas for improvement, and average scoring along performance factors like relationships, achievement and health.
Detailed reports that scale up from individual leadership to team performance to organisational and school climate. They measure key drivers such as motivation, growth, accountability, teamwork and trust. Different reports focus on different outcomes. A workshop and debriefing draws out deeper meaning and concrete action plans.