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Emotional Intelligence Assessment

Welcome to the Emotional Intelligence Assessment! Emotionally intelligent individuals excel in managing their feelings. They remain composed during crises, make thoughtful decisions under stress, and empathize with others effortlessly. Their high emotional intelligence (EI) fosters strong relationships, skillful conflict resolution, and adaptability in tough times. Adapted from Emily A. Sterrett, this survey will assess your

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Welcome to the Self-Compassion Scale! Embracing self-compassion involves acknowledging and adapting to personal struggles. Developed by Dr. Kristin Neff, the Self-compassion scale gauges your compassionate frame of mind with factors like self-judgement, common humanity, isolation, mindfulness, and over-identification. Instructions: There are 26 statements to answer. Evaluate each statement as you actually are, rather than as

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Grit Scale

Welcome to the Grit Scale! Angela Duckworth's research suggests that when it comes to high achievement, grit may be as essential as intelligence. She defines grit as "sticking with things over the very long term until you master them". This scale is a measure of both passion and perseverance. Instruction: Here are 10 statements that

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Welcome to your Assertiveness Assessment Form Name Age Email Q.1: When talking to people, do you look them in the eye? Yes No None Q.2: Do you project your voice as you speak? Are you clear and loud enough to be heard? Yes No None Q.3: Are you confident? Or are your sentences filled with

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Self-Efficacy Survey

Welcome to Self-Efficacy Survey! Self-Efficacy is your ability to successfully achieve your goals. This survey measures your confidence in various situations, offering insights into areas of your competence. Instructions: Answer the 10 questions to identify your self-efficacy levels. Evaluate each statement as you actually are, rather than as you think you should be. Name Age

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Answer each of these ten questions on a scale from 1-8 to identify your current mindset. Please answer as honestly as possible to get accurate results. Name Age Email Q.1: Accept responsibility for what she/he did? Never Rarely Occasionally Frequently Very Frequently None Q.2: Do something nice for somebody? Never Rarely Occasionally Frequently Very Frequently

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What's your mindset?

Mindset is a way of thinking. Your mindset is your collection of thoughts and beliefs that shape your actions. These beliefs affect how you think, what you feel, and what you do. We can have either a ‘Fixed Mindset’ or a ‘Growth Mindset.' The Mindset Assessment is a quick diagnostic tool drawn from research-validated measures

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