People who demonstrate high Emotional intelligence have a solid foundation of self-awareness. This includes knowing your strengths,
weaknesses, personality type, preferred communication style, tendencies, instincts and the perception of others. Penumbra Group offers
several assessments available to those wanting to learn more about themselves and increase their self-awareness.
MHS EQ 360°
The EQ 360° is based on the EQi 2.0 model and assesses an individual’s performance based on feedback from the individual and their manager, direct reports, peers, family, and friends to result in a comprehensive 360° view of emotional and social functioning. This tool includes both quantifiable and qualitative data because raters are also asked to include comments.
THE EQI 2.0 LEADERSHIP REPORT
The EQi 2.0 Leadership Report is a self-only assessment and ideal for those in a leadership role in any type of organization. It provides helpful insight into ways to improve Authenticity, Insight, Coaching and Innovation, as well as, common leadership derailers. This assessment provides quantifiable measurement of emotional intelligence using a psychometric tool.
This assessment provides insights into how people communicate verbally and non-verbally using the four communication styles. This multi-rater instrument identifies the participants preferred communication style and ways to recognize the styles of their direct reports and peers that help supervisors understand and work more effectively with coworkers and clients of different styles. This assessment is perfect for teams experiencing turbulence due to change or conflict.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment is the best known and most trusted personality assessment in the world.
From developing more effective work teams to building stronger families, to creating more successful careers, the MBTI assessment can improve the quality of life for you and your organization.
CHANGE STYLE INDICATOR
Change Style Indicator® is an online assessment designed to measure an individual’s preferred style in approaching and addressing change. It provides employees of all levels with insights on personal preferences for managing through change and provides context for how those around them might perceive and respond to their preferred style.
HARDINESS RESILIENCE GAUGE
The HRG measures how effectively a person can cope with stress. It measures a person’s hardiness level, which is best understood as a generalized style of functioning that encompasses cognitive (thinking), emotional (feeling), and behavioral (acting) qualities. Specifically, the HRG measures three qualities that are instrumental in predicting how resilient an individual will be. These three qualities are referred to as Challenge, Control, and Commitment. This assessment provides a quantifiable measurement of emotional intelligence using a psychometric tool.