ONE TO MANY
After over 25 years of experience with I.e.5 in the area of Emotional Intelligence, the IES5 Ltd developed I.s.5 in 2018, for the purpose of evaluating also the relational efficiency within a group.
THE FIVE DIMENSIONS
THAT MAKE UP SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE ARE
It is the ability to read flows, networks of relationships, alliances and related dynamics while maintaining own independence It is the tendency to detect potential traps, dangers, blockages and signals of counter-dependence and potential conflict. Official information and lateral information as well are acquired.
It is the ability to propose, to be active, to support the other members of a group or an organization with authority and credibility. It is the ability to transfer enthusiasm and positivity, containing anxieties and fears, taking charge and transforming them into stimulating challenges.
When qualities are transmitted so to convey adequate professional and personal images.
Average scores indicate a positive self-awareness and the willingness to act towards others, seizing the right moment and ways. The subject intuitively knows how to act through reasoning and well-balanced evaluations.
It is the bent for working with the team knowing how to involve its members, recognizing diversity and acting as the “glue” of the group.
The subject holds the group together, mediates between members, resolves conflicts, knows how to overcome misunderstandings among them.
It is the ability to fast read the signals of the environments and context so to better tune in and adapt to them. It is also the ability to integrate into a social system and be accepted (passepartout).
It is the ability to understand the climate and culture, getting included by using appropriate language, avoiding gaffes, seeking feedback and activating integrative behaviors.
It is worth reminding that each dimensions may evolve and results are not invariable. On the contrary they are the starting point of the improvement path.
CSI (COEFFICIENT OF SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE )
A favourable CSI score shows the person’s ability to fit into different contexts and develop relationships, collaboration and leadership in such environments. Good Social Intelligence is not innate and can be acquired. Knowing how to relate to others is an indispensable requirement for one’s success and self-esteem.
The I.S.5 test measures 5 behavioural dimensions that determine Social Intelligence.
Its results show the measurements of each dimensions and an overall value that defines the CSI.
The test consists of 100 questions. Only one answer is to be selected among 3. The average time to complete the test is about 20-30 consecutive minutes.
The result will be represented graphically.
The evaluation criteria of the 5 factors that make up the Social Intelligence Coefficient (Power Reading, Influence, Assertion, Team Acting, Acclimatization) range from a maximum score of +20 points to a minimum of -20. The CSI ranges from 0 up to 200 points.
CAN I IMPROVE MY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCES?
Through the same principles of will, process and methods that we have already presented in order to improve the factors of Emotional and Social Intelligences.