Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment – Charity and Social Enterprise Licence

Do you want an emotional intelligence assessment to use with your clients, employees, volunteers and students?

Unlimited Use Licence For the Practical EQ Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment

In response to requests from charities and social enterprises wanting to use the Practical EQ Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment in workshops or with their clients, this an unlimited reproduction licence which gives you the right to give the assessment to clients, employees, volunteers and workshop participants as often as you want.

Institutions that have licensed the assessment include FedEx, Ketchum, Washington State Employment Security Dept and the Alternatives for Girls program in Detroit.

It has been used in research programmes at Grand Canyon University, South Bank University, All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health, Anglia Ruskin University, Marjons College and St Mary’s University, Minnesota.

Your download also includes PDF copies of the Practical EQ Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment and the 55 Ways To Increase Your Emotional Intelligence e-booklet to give to your clients.

Please note:

  • The licence does not give you the right to sell the assessment or the e-booklet – only to give them away, and only to your clients or workshop participants.
  • If you are an academic or graduate student wanting to use the assessment in your research, please contact me. Usually I’m happy to let you use the assessment provided you share relevant research results with me.
  • Larger organizations (with more than 5 employees) should purchase the Corporate version of this licence.
  • Educational establishments (universities, colleges or schools) wishing to use the assessment within a single department should get the Education version of this licence.

What does the licence look like? Here’s a sample copy.

Disclaimer: the self-assessment does not claim to be scientifically validated in any way. It is designed to get the person taking the self-assessment to reflect about how well they apply their innate emotional intelligence.