Test for Measuring Emotional Intelligence
The MSCEIT is a useful tool for school teenagers, university students, executives and entrepreneurs who either are looking for training and preparation for their workplace, or, pursuing improvement or personal development, or, even preparing for team building in their companies.
Suitable to be applied from 17 years up, the MSCEIT (Test of Emotional Intelligence from Mayer, Salovey and Caruso) developed at the Center of Emotional Intelligence in Yale University by the current President of Yale University, Peter Salovey, PhD, is used to assess emotional intelligence. The
MSCEIT is a test designed to evaluate emotional intelligence understood as the ability of a person to identify the emotions of others; to use emotions to assist thought; to understand simple and complex emotions, and to manage one's emotions and others.
MSCEIT is the first test that provides reliability and validity in each of the four main areas of emotional intelligence on the model of Mayer and Salovey: 1) Perceiving emotion, 2) Using emotion to facilitate thought, 3) Understanding emotions and 4) Managing emotions.
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Coaching & Psychology
Due to her years of experience with multicultural university students, Jassel Arzuza uses her knowledge to coach and guide young people. Through coaching or psychology processes together they develop strategies and goals which allows these students to adjust to college or work life; especially when they are studying abroad. This process includes preparing to start college internships and preparing for their first job interview after graduating from college.
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