EI Assessment

We deploy various supporting assessments like;

The DISC profile is a non-judgmental tool used for analyzing people’s strong and weak behavioral tendencies which affects their relational and task pursuit Deploying the DISC Profile with our Emotional Intelligence “Know Yourself – Choose Yourself -Give Yourself Model shines the light on behavioral tendencies that affect performance and relationships from where a powerful equation for personal productivity enhancement is formulated

S.P.E.A.R. Emotional Intelligence I Profile is the S.P.E.A.R. Profile is another assessment tool that reveals |Self-Understanding | Patience & Perseverance | Expectation Management |Awareness of Others | Relationship Management and Reaction

The Profiles offer a simple-but-serious approach to turn Emotional Intelligence into tangible value. In the words of an operations manager at FedEx: “Finally, we’re not just TALKING about emotional intelligence – now I have something I can actually use.”…six seconds In just a page, each profile provides powerful insight to put EQ into action.

DISC Assessment
DISC Assessment
Dashboard 1-page summary of a group showing the link from EQ & Brain Style to Talents and then to Performance.
Brain Discovery Profile Linking Brain Style and Talents to performance
Brain Talent Profile Key capabilities to generate results and create the future.
Brain Brief Profile Synthesis of how our brains process essential data.
















At Pause Factory, we deploy the Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence Model.

Emotional intelligence is the capacity to blend thinking and feeling to make optimal decisions — which is key to having a successful relationship with yourself and others; a catalyst to improved productivity.

To provide a practical and simple way to learn and practice Emotional Intelligence, Six Seconds developed a three-part model in 1997 as a process – an action plan for using emotional intelligence in daily life.





This model of EQ-in-Action begins with three important pursuits: to become more aware (noticing what you do), more intentional (doing what you mean), and more purposeful (doing it for a reason).



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