Results Report For
Ajay moktan
Date Completed:
January 2023
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Emotional Intelligence Appraisal – Book Edition
About My Feedback
Thank you for completing the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal®. Your assessment results contain feedback on your emotionalintelligence (EQ) skills. EQ skills can be developed with practice and the following resources in your online assessment portal aredesigned to help you get started.
About Your Assessment
You answered questions about what you perceive yourself doing on a regular basis. Rather than evaluating yourself, youanswered questions about how often you demonstrate high or low EQ behaviors.
About This PDF Results Report
In this report you will discover what your current EQ skill levels are. Read through what you said about how you perceive your EQskills and behaviors.
This results report includes:
Overall EQ score and 4 core EQ skill scoresEQ strategies to practice from Emotional Intelligence 2.0
About Your Online Dashboard
Log in to your online results portal (My Dashboard) for access to additional learning resources and tools.
Access Learning Resources – View your results report online, download the report again, and view the following learningresource documents:
My EQ Next Steps and Retest : This tip sheet provides recommendations for practicing EQ behaviors for 6 monthsbefore taking the retest to measure your progress.4 Common Low EQ Moments and What to Do About Them: Four Hollywood movie clips illustrate each of thefour core EQ skills. Review the analysis of each EQ scene for tips about low EQ moments.
Need Help Logging In?
Email assessments@talentsmart.com for assistance.

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Emotional Intelligence Appraisal – Book Edition
What is Emotional Intelligence?
Emotional intelligence is your ability to recognize and understand emotions in yourself and others, and your ability to use thisawareness to manage your behavior and relationships. The four parts of the emotional intelligence model are based on theconnection between what you see and what you do with yourself and others.
The 4 EQ Ski l ls
What I See What I Do
PersonalCompetencePersonal competence is thecollective power of yourself-awareness andself-management skills. It’s howyou use emotional intelligence insituations that are more aboutyou privately.
Self-AwarenessYour ability to accurately perceive youremotions and stay aware of them as theyhappen. This includes keeping on top of howyou tend to respond to specific situations andcertain people.
Self-ManagementYour ability to use awareness of youremotions to stay flexible and positively directyour behavior. This means managing youremotional reactions to all situations andpeople.
SocialCompetenceSocial competence is thecombination of your socialawareness and relationshipmanagement skills. It’s abouthow you are with other people.
Social AwarenessYour ability to accurately pick up on emotionsin other people and get what is really goingon. This often means understanding whatother people are thinking and feeling, even ifyou don’t feel the same way.
Relationship ManagementYour ability to use awareness of youremotions and the emotions of others tomanage interactions successfully. Lettingemotional awareness guide clearcommunication and effective handling ofconflict.

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Emotional Intelligence Appraisal – Book Edition
What the Scores Mean
Scores on the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal® come from a “normed” sample. That means your scores are based on acomparison to the global population to discover where you fall in each skill area. Read the following descriptions to betterunderstand what your scores mean about your current skill level.
Score Range Meaning
90-100
A STRENGTH TO CAPITALIZE ONThese scores are much higher than average and indicate a noteworthy strength. These strengths probably comenaturally to you or exist because you have worked hard to develop them. Seize every opportunity to use theseemotionally intelligent behaviors to maximize your success. You are highly competent in this skill, so work tocapitalize on it and achieve your potential.
80-89
A STRENGTH TO BUILD ONThis score is above average. However, there are a few situations where you don’t demonstrate emotionallyintelligent behavior. There are many things you’ve done well to receive this score and a few that could be better withsome practice. Study the behaviors for which you received this score and consider how you can polish your skills.
70-79
WITH A L ITTLE IMPROVEMENT, THIS COULD BE A STRENGTHYou are aware of some of the behaviors for which you received this score, and you are doing well with them. Otheremotionally intelligent behaviors in this group are holding you back. Lots of people start here and see a bigimprovement in their emotional intelligence once it’s brought to their attention. Use this opportunity to discover thedifference and improve in the areas where you don’t do as well.
60-69
SOMETHING YOU SHOULD WORK ONThis is an area where you sometimes demonstrate emotionally intelligent behavior but not usually. You may bestarting to let people down. Perhaps this is a skill area that doesn’t always come naturally for you or that you don’tmake use of. With a little improvement in this skill, your credibility will go way up.
59 and below
A C O N C E R N Y O U M U S T A D D R E S SThis skill area is either a problem for you, you don’t value it, or you didn’t know it was important. The bad news isyour skills in this area are limiting your effectiveness. The good news is this discovery and choosing to dosomething about it will go a long way in improving your emotionally intelligent behavior.

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Emotional Intelligence Appraisal – Score Profile
68 Your Overall Emotional Intelligence Score
Personal Competence My EQ Skill Scores
67
Personal competence is thecollective power of yourself-awareness andself-management skills. It’show you use emotionalintelligence in situations thatare more about you privately.
Self-Awareness
Your ability to accurately perceive youremotions and stay aware of them as theyhappen. This includes keeping on top ofhow you tend to respond to specificsituations and certain people.
Self-Management
Your ability to use awareness of youremotions to stay flexible and positivelydirect your behavior. This meansmanaging your emotional reactions to allsituations and people.
Social Competence My EQ Skill Scores
70
Social competence is thecombination of your socialawareness and relationshipmanagement skills. It’s abouthow you are with otherpeople.
Social Awareness
Your ability to accurately pick up onemotions in other people and get what isreally going on. This often meansunderstanding what other people arethinking and feeling, even if you don’t feelthe same way.
Relationship Management
Your ability to use awareness of youremotions and the emotions of others tomanage interactions successfully. Lettingemotional awareness guide clearcommunication and effective handling ofconflict.

100 100
100 100
63 71
64 75
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Emotional Intelligence Appraisal – Book Edition
Next Steps
Next Steps Based on Score Profile:
If your lowest score is in Self-Awareness , see Chapter 5 for Self-Awareness Strategies.
If your lowest score is in Self-Management , see Chapter 6 for Self-Management Strategies.
If your lowest score is in Social Awareness, see Chapter 7 for Social Awareness Strategies.
If your lowest score is in Relationship Management , see Chapter 8 for Relationship Management Strategies.
If 2 or more categories tied for your lowest score, prioritize the category that could provide the biggest return on investment.Here are some questions to help you decide where to focus:
What strategies could make the biggest difference?What skill tends to get in my way the most?What might be the easiest strategies to incorporate into my day-to-day life?

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Emotional Intelligence Appraisal – Book Edition
Accessing Your Online Portal
Thank you for completing the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal.
Visit your online portal for directions on how to take your assessment again after focusing on your skills and a resource to helpyou understand how best to apply EQ, as seen in video clips.
Upgrade
Get the extended version of the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal report to get detail on specific behaviors you can focus on todevelop and maximize your EQ skills. Your upgraded report will include:
Your three lowest rated EQ behaviors and EQ strategies to practice1.Your three highest rated EQ behaviors and strengths strategies to maximize skills2.16 EQ lessons which include movie clips illustrating each of the 4 core EQ skills3.Reflection questions4.Guidance about how to talk with people about your report5.An online development plan to help you turn EQ into habits6.
Accessing Your Online Portal:
Visit: https://www.talentsmarteq.com/test/1.”View Report”2.Enter book code and email3.Interested in upgrading? Scroll to the bottom of your online report4.
Having trouble getting into your online portal?
Contact by email: assessments@talentsmart.com or phone: 858-509-0582 ext 3.
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