Margaret Chapman-Clarke explains how the Emotional Judgment InventoryTM can offer practitioners a robust measure of emotional intelligence Despite academic debates as to what emotional intelligence (EI) is, eg, trait or ability or a combination, it is widely accepted that our ability to notice, understand, manage and use our emotions is a critical success factor in leadership and wellbeing, and in coaching. The Emotional Judgment Inventory (EJI) is OPP’s latest assessment tool, designed to offer practitioners a “robust measure of emotional intelligence”. The tool The EJI is a brief self-report measure that draws on ideas from the original theory of EI […]

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