A Comparative Study between Intellectual Quotient and Emotional Quotient of Employees as Perceived by the Human Resource Manager of Selected Private Companies in Ortigas, Pasig City
PART I. Personal Information
Directions: Put a check (√) to your corresponding answer. Only one (1) answer per question is allowed.
Name (Optional): ________________________________________________________Age: _________
Sex: _____ MaleCivil Status: ______ Single
_____ Female______ Married
Length of Service as an HR Manager:
_____ Less than (6) months_____ More than (6) months
Directions: Put a check (√) to the column that best describe your reaction to the following. Check YES if you AGREE and NO if you DISAGREE.
|I. Differences of IQ and EQ |YES |NO | |1. IQ is an indicator of mental strength and capability while EQ is an indicator of | | | |emotional strength and capability. | | | |2. IQ tells how intellectually smart a person is while EQ tells how emotionally smart | | | |he/she is. | | | |3. We demonstrate IQ when we speak, write and solve mental challenges. We demonstrate EQ| | | |through our attitudes, which include our thoughts, feelings and behavior. | | | |4. IQ measures one’s cognitive abilities only while EQ is a measure of both emotional | | | |and cognitive abilities. | | | |*Cognitive abilities (ability to learn or understand situations, logic and analytical | | | |skills, etc.) | | | |II. Measuring IQ and EQ of an Employee |YES |NO | |Do you agree that appropriate training programs and workplace activities help improve | | | |the employee’s IQ and EQ? | | | |2. In your company, do you provide programs/ activities for either IQ or EQ | | | |improvements? | | | |3. For those who answered YES in the above question. | | |What are the common IQ and EQ improvement tools given in your company? Check YES if you | | |have it and NO if none. | | |a. IQ tests | | |b. Personality tests | | |c. Leadership tests | | |d. Team-building activities | | |e. Emotional Competency Profiler (ECP) |...