Test Your Emotional Intelligence

Test Your Emotional Intelligence : Improve Your EQ and Learn How to Impress Potential Employers

By (author) Philip J. Carter

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Emotional Intelligence is the ability to be aware of one's own emotions and those of other people. In today's workplace more and more companies are using emotional intelligence tests to vet job applicants and assess staff as they recognise that positive behaviours are just as important as technical expertise. "Test Your Emotional Intelligence" will help you to think about various aspects of your personality and identify your strengths and weaknesses. Each test is followed by analysis and assessment that will help you to develop your potential, build on your strengths and improve on areas of weakness. It will help you to think about your social intelligence, self-confidence, your level of assertiveness as well as your ability to cope under pressure. There are no right or wrong answers, but practising the types of questions you may face will calm nerves and equip you with self knowledge you need to always be one step ahead.

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  • Paperback | 184 pages
  • 136 x 214 x 12mm | 199.58g
  • 28 Aug 2011
  • Kogan Page Ltd
  • London
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • ill
  • 0749462302
  • 9780749462307
  • 390,660

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Philip Carter is an IQ expert and has produced many books covering all aspects of testing, puzzles and reasoning. These include The Brain Fitness Workout, Advanced IQ Tests, IQ and Aptitude Tests, IQ and Personality Tests, IQ and Psychometric Test Workbook, IQ and Psychometric Tests, Test and Assess Your Brain Quotient. With the late Ken Russell he wrote Succeed at IQ Tests, Test Your IQ, Test and Assess Your IQ and Ultimate IQ, all published by Kogan Page.

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..".helps job seekers prepare for the emotional quotient tests companies use to measure applicants' attitudes, habits, and values." -- Book News, Inc.

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