EQ360 Leadership Report

Leadership & Management
Assessment Tool

The EQ360 Leadership Report includes features from both the EQ-i 2.0 Leadership and the EQ360 Workplace Reports. The report accounts for the self-report ratings and the feedback provided by raters, but presents the interpretation from a leadership perspective.

The Leadership Sample consisted of 221 leaders from a variety of organizations, majority being CEOs, Directors or Managers of large firms. The Leadership Bar appears above all other bars graphs consists of the top 50% of the leadership sample.


The EQ360 Leadership offers the single, most comprehensive view of an individual’s Emotional Intelligence results through four key dimensions of leadership. The report helps you to view your client’s scores through a leadership lens, as well as understand how others see your client as a leader.                                           

 Key Features of the EQ360 Leadership report include:

  • Executive Summary: Showcases the client’s three highest and three lowest scoring subscales by quickly pinpointing areas where the client excels (to help fuel organizational and personal performance) and areas in need of development (to harness the client’s leadership ability). The summary will also specify where each score falls in relation to the Leadership Bar (if this feature is turned on), and the level of agreement between the individual’s scores and the scores provided by his/her raters.
  • Leadership Potential Sections: Examines the client’s subscale scores based on ratings in the context of four key leadership dimensions (Authenticity, Coaching, Insight, and Innovation) with the new "Rater-based Leadership Potential" section. 
  • Leadership Bar: Highlights how the client’s scores compare to top leaders with a yellow leadership bar that appears above other bar graphs.  The client can focus development efforts in areas in which he/she scored lower than other successful leaders to maximize leadership capability.
  • Profile Gap Analysis: Provides a general overview of the level of agreement between your client and his/her raters by outlining areas where your client has a healthy level of awareness (a high level of agreement between the client and rater ratings), and those in which an awareness gap exists (a low level of agreement between the client and rater ratings). These awareness gaps may consist of areas in which your client actually excels (but does not use to his/her full potential due to a lack of awareness), or they may be areas requiring improvement.