I.e.5® - Emotional Intelligence Test
The I.e.5 ® assessment tool has been developed by RH Comportement in Paris based on over 10 years of coaching experience in the field of Emotional Intelligence. The concept consists in measuring five important factors of the Emotional Intelligence in order to assess the Relational Efficiency as basis for individual or collective improvements.
The administration of the I.e.5® test allows the measurement of the five dimensions of behavior that make up EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE. Your results give you a level of each dimension and an overall value which defines the Quotient of Relational Effectiveness (QRE).
The 5 dimensions measured by the I.e.5® are :
•Type of Sensitivity
Be aware that each dimension can be improved and that the scores obtained are not static but dynamic. On the contrary, your results provide the basis for this work.
Empathy is the ability to perceive, decipher and understand the feelings and behaviors of others in an intuitive way.
It is the ability to put yourself into someone else's shoes, to look at the world through their eyes and feel things as they do.
Self-Control is the ability to manage own emotions in a moderate and realistic way, the ability to face difficulties of life, face events and emotions in a balanced way. It is the ability to control own anger and to tolerate frustration.
Self-Control is generally accompanied by a feeling of well-being, and it allows to face challenges and the ability to adapt to life problems.
Sensitivity is the ability to use empathy, affect, feelings and intuition.
Friendliness is the ability to involve yourself in relationships with others in a warm manner, it is taking an interest in others, feeling at ease in situations that require close contact with others. It is being open and available in relationships, as well as tactful, compassionate and kind-hearted.
Externalization is the ability to communicate personal issues to others, being sincere and direct when expressing your own emotions..
Externalization is also the ability to use language in such a way as to establish open communication and easy interaction with others.
Quotient of Relational Effectiveness (QRE):
A good QRE indicates the ability to know oneself well, and better understand the emotional state of others. It also reflects the quality of one’s relational skills.