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Emotional Intelligence
Self-Assessment Tool

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Answer the following questions honestly:

I am aware of the physical reactions (twinges, aches, sudden changes) that signal a "gut reaction."

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I readily admit mistakes and apologize.

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When I feel angry I can still stay composed.

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I generally have an accurate idea of how another person perceives me during a particular interaction.

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In assessing a situation, I look at my biases and adjust my assessment accordingly.

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I can keep going on a project, despite obstacles.

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When engaging in an interaction with another, I can sense that person's mood based on non-verbal signals.

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Others feel encouraged after talking to me.

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I consider my "emotional temperature" before I make important decisions.

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When I feel a strong impulse to do something, I usually pause to reflect and decide whether I really want to act on it.

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I can deal calmly, sensitively, and proactively with the emotional display of others.

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I can identify the emotion I am feeling at any given moment.

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I am able to honestly say how I feel without getting others upset.

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I can show empathy and match my feelings with those of another person in an interaction.

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I think about the emotions behind my actions.

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I am respected and liked by others, even when they don't agree with me.

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I watch how others react to me to understand which of my own behaviors are effective and which are not.

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I am good at managing my moods, and I refrain from acting impulsively on my unpleasant feelings when coming to work.

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It's easy to understand why other people feel the way they do.

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I can effectively persuade others to adopt my point of view without coercing them.

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