Report In Emotional Intelligence For Personal Development

Through defining our skills in emotional intelligence according to BEI and/or BEI 360, we can become better leasers, more effective working groups, building better relationships and have better communication.

Emotional intelligence assessment (EQ): How can be measure emotional intelligence Assessing your emotional intelligence is not an end in itself, but a means of achieving the end. BEI® gives you information on your skills in emotional intelligence (EQ) so you can take your future decisions towards being optimally more effective leader and stronger person.

Emotional intelligence report for personal development places its results in an overall context (comparison with leadership report BCL in which the focus is emphasised on the leadership). Emotional intelligence for personal development is an excellent option where the leadership is not the area of focus, but for example, the front-line staff or team members.

This report gets into emotional intelligence skills with detailed suggestions to boost growth and change for a wide range of people. What is your emotional intelligence level? Where do your strength points lie and how you practically invest them? What are your strength points that restrict your performance and how do you overcome them?

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The 13 dimensions of human nature

Our emotions are part of us and influence our behaviour, actions and events. Ignoring our emotions is a serious indicator on us. When when understand our emotional system intelligently, we live in balance and harmony, take better decisions and boos our ability to deal with stress and build quality and solid relationships.

Assess, predict and perform

Measuring your emotional intelligence (EQ) is your first step. But how emotional intelligence can be measured? Is it reliable? Does it have predictive value? Is it practical? Such questions led us over two decades to recommend using BCA® based on Dr. Daniel Goleman’s researches. Daniel Goleman). It is one of the most efficient and reliable assessment tools that undergone to researches.

BCA® consists of 4 areas. Each area is composed of several skills, and each skill is measured separately, thus leading to the recognition of the sign of each area and sum total of emotional intelligence. BCD BCA® report provides explanations for each skill along with showing its current status, which is an important step towards developing and investing it. Each BCA® report comprises individual session to explain it and answer the applicant’s questions, which can be done between the applicant and BrainyCore certified assessor.

The 13 skills of BCD BCA® report are considered as a base for developing skills, and for that, each sub-scale must measure different skills. For example, your ability to have strong skills to deal with others than intelligently know yourself. Therefor, you must separately measure these abilities. Moreover, you can analyze your ability to intelligently know yourself into (know yourself) to its components: Understanding the meaning of emotions, reactions, open-mindedness and awareness of expectations.

When we have a range of high-level abilities linked together, but they measure different skills, we can build plans help producing the true change. Beside the 13 skills and the four areas, BCD BCA® offers total emotional intelligence list, thus offering information on the most comprehensive picture of someone’s life.


Report In Emotional Intelligence For Personal Development


Besides, BCA® report (BCCD) in emotional intelligence for personal development can be done - comparison: When the applicant that previously requested the personal development assessment asks for a re-assessment after some time in order to measure their new level in emotional intelligence, and get a new report with all new results with comparing them to their previous assessment’s results. All this can be provided through templates help hasten the process of development.


The total outcome of the emotional intelligence.

Strategies required to the development of the working group.

The four scales of intelligence areas.

The 13 skills or sub-scales

The seven success factors.

The emotional signature.

One’s status in each skill and how does it influence them, and what they need to develop or invest it.


Action plan.

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