Emotional Intelligence looks at your ability to recognize, understand, and harness your own feelings and the feelings of others. It asks the question: "How intelligently aware are you of your own emotional reactions and those of others, and how effective are you at putting that information to good use?"
Contextual Thinking looks at the extent to which you put specific events, tasks, and actions into a wider perspective or pattern. It asks the question: "How effectively do you connect related and unrelated information in order to make sense out of what you experience?"
Directional Clarity looks at your ability to identify a credible destination and determine and communicate how to get there in a straightforward and simple way. It asks the question: "How clearly, credibly, and unequivocally do you point the way for people to want to travel with you and stay on track?"
Creative Assimilation looks at how well you creatively draw together disparate information to arrive at robust and clear decisions or courses of action. It asks the question: "How challenging and/or innovative is your approach to processing different or conflicting data in order to make sense of it and act upon it wisely?"
Change Orchestration looks at how well you anticipate and plan for future change and then manage yourself and others to handle it well. It asks the question: "How effectively do you manage personal and widespread change in order to actively steer the process to positive and beneficial ends?"
People Enablement looks at the extent to which you trust, coach, and guide people in order to influence and help them control their own destiny through their own efforts. It asks the question: "How well do you empower individuals and teams so that they believe that the consequences of their actions are their own?"
Reciprocal Communication looks at the extent to which you communicate with economy and clarity and welcome feedback. It asks the question: "How well do you design and send your message and then attentively listen to people’s responses in order to adjust?"
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Driving Persistence looks at the extent to which you tenaciously stay on track and maintain a persistent focus on your goals. It asks the question: "How relentlessly do I pursue my targets, even in the face of challenge and/or adversity?"