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An interactive measure of emotional intelligence
An interactive measure of emotional intelligence. Measure emotional perception and emotional understanding.
Measure emotional intelligence interactively
Assesses key aspects of emotional intelligence: emotional perception and emotional understanding.
Suitable for all roles
Especially useful for roles in which interpersonal interaction is an important factor.
Two separate ability-based mini-assessments.
Both mini-assessments can be completed in 20 minutes.
Interactive design and proven psychometrics
Emotifi® is one of the world’s few ability‑based measures of emotional intelligence (EI), combining the fun of interactivity with the rigour of a traditional psychometric test.
Robust results and a great candidate experience
Employees with high emotional intelligence tend to be more productive, more stable, better at communicating and solving problems, and easier to work with. There’s no doubt that this is an important characteristic to measure—especially for roles in which interpersonal interaction is important. Emotifi® allows you to measure emotional intelligence in a way that provides useful, trustworthy information to the hiring manager. It also creates an engaging experience for candidates, in half the time taken by a traditional emotional intelligence test.
The two mini-assessments, Matching Faces and Emotional Ties, assess a candidate’s ability to accurately perceive emotions and effectively understand the connections between emotions, and situations that lead to specific emotional reactions.
Measure emotional intelligence interactively, using any device.
In Matching Faces, the candidate is required to quickly identify the emotion displayed on a person’s face. This requires the candidate to accurately decode emotional signals in facial expressions and select the most appropriate “match” to the emotion on display.
Measure emotional understanding
In Emotional Ties, the candidate needs to read a number of everyday situations and predict the types of emotional consequences that may arise as a result of these situations