The Native Americans believe that everyone comes into the world with certain predispositions and tools to develop and share those abilities with the world. It is up to the individual whether they will develop them or not. If one does not recognize their predispositions or calling, they may experience depression. On the other hand, if they follow the path of their calling, they will experience a sense of fulfillment, even if that path is full of challenges.

  • Developing psychological and business competencies also involves diagnostics using psychometric tools. If you are interested in diagnostics regarding your maturity for assuming a business or social role, it’s valuable to be aware of your strengths and weaknesses, natural predispositions, and hidden motivations that either facilitate or hinder business development. It’s about the ability to “manage” oneself.
  • Psychometric tools complement psychosocial competencies and psychological support necessary for better understanding your unique qualities and taking on new roles in life. If you represent a desirable configuration of personality traits and business-interpersonal competencies, and you only need a little support or direction for your skills, diagnostics using psychometric tools will help you achieve even greater qualities in both private and professional life.

I invite you to diagnostic debrief sessions where we will discuss the results of your individual reports together. I offer support using the psychometric toolEQ-i 2.0® and EQ 360®Emotional Quotient Inventory 2.0.

EQ-i 2.0® and EQ 360® Emotional Quotient Inventory 2.0

The EQ-i 2.0® and EQ 360® are the most commonly used and reliable tools for measuring emotional intelligence. These licensed instruments assess emotional intelligence across five dimensions: intrapersonal intelligence, interpersonal intelligence, adaptability, stress management, and overall well-being. The theoretical foundation of the method is a blended model of emotional intelligence that also incorporates personality traits. Optimism is included in this model of emotional intelligence as a critical variable essential for coping with challenges. Each of the five areas of the Emotional Intelligence model is divided into three subscales, identifying strengths and areas for development in one’s emotional intelligence. Additionally, they provide practical guidance for developing emotional intelligence skills in relationships and professional life.

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Dla Osób Indywidualnych zainteresowanych diagnostyką swojej dojrzałości emocjonalnej i biznesowej oraz rozwijaniem swoim kompetencji psychospołecznych

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