This 32-item, online assessment reports an individuals most pronounced natural tendencies to be primarily Reflective, Conceptual, Organized, or Empathetic. By learning about these predispositions, participants can learn the behaviors needed to more fully use all 4 styles in the appropriate circumstances.

When to Use

  • With any employees who need to explore their emotional intelligence in order to improve their effectiveness in the workplace through new understanding of their own style and the styles of others.
  • With managers, team leaders and supervisors who need to improve their ability to relate to direct reports and “read” the emotional cues of people under stress.
  • As an entry learning exercise for any training on communication or coaching.
  • As an introductory training activity on emotional intelligence styles to teach participants about their own predispositions and how this can affect interpersonal relations with co-workers.
  • As the center piece of a 1-day facilitated training workshop on emotional intelligence styles.


  • Emotional intelligence style feedback report — Displays the participants emotional intelligence style predisposition and provides positive uses for each of the four styles, information on applying emotional intelligence skills and how to develop your own emotional intelligence.
  • Easy to administer – The online administrative component is easy for both administrators and participants, yet provides administrators key control over the distribution of results.
  • Relevant feedback – In addition to your specific profile information the feedback report contains a “Contract for Change” template that can be used individually or in a class for setting goals, recording progress, key persons involved in the development effort, and the end result of improving emotional intelligence.


  • Measures 4 emotional intelligence styles through 32 items, and provides a wealth of information on how to apply emotional intelligence styles more effectively and flex ones own style to improve relations with others.
  • Worded in simple, understandable and behavioral terms allowing any participant, regardless of education or English language proficiency, to understand and provide accurate ratings.
  • The report is broken into ten smaller reports. Reports begin with an introduction to emotional intelligence style followed by your individual assessment results and then detailed explanations of how to use this new information.