Final Exam
Social Intelligence Profile
Certification Course

This is your "moment of truth" - when you demonstrate that you have mastered the basic concepts and practices of Social Intelligence.

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1 The theory of multiple intelligences suggests that:
 Several people are more intelligent than any one person.
 One person is more intelligent than several people.
 Intelligence is not a single, fixed attribute, but a collection of competencies.
 A person with multiple intelligences has multiple personalities.
2 Karl Albrecht's model of multiple intelligences offers six components, which are:
 Mathematical, Musical, Spiritual, Cosmic, Emotional, and Practical.
 Social, Political, Aesthetic, Spiritual, Practical, and Emotional.
 Abstract, Social, Practical, Emotional, Aesthetic, and Kinesthetic.
 Logical, Emotional, Spiritual, Social, Musical, and Aesthetic.
3 Karl Albrecht's triune intelligence model brings together three selected intelligences, which are especially relevant to businesses and the workplace. They are:
 Spiritual Intelligence, Social Intelligence, and Business Intelligence.
 Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, and Practical Intelligence.
 Abstract Intelligence, Social Intelligence, and Aesthetic Intelligence.
 Abstract Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, and Kinesthetic Intelligence.
 Logical Intelligence, Cosmic Intelligence, and Emotional Intelligence.
4 According to Dr. Karl Albrecht, social intelligence is defined as (SI Profile, p. 1):

5 Social intelligence is an in-born trait, and does not change during a person's life.
 True.
 False.
6 Emotional intelligence and social intelligence are basically the same thing.
 True.
 False.
7 A person who has high emotional intelligence will also have high social intelligence.
 True.
 False.
 Not Necessarily.
8 Toxic behavior tends to cause others to feel (SI book, p. 13):

9 Nourishing behavior tends to cause others to feel (SI book, p. 13):

10 The five components of Karl Albrecht's "S.P.A.C.E." model of social intelligence are:
 Self-esteem, Power Orientation, Authority, Charisma, and Energy.
 Situational Radar, Presence, Authenticity, Clarity, and Empathy.
 Self-awareness , Proactiveness, Autonomy, Clarity, and Energy.
 Situational Radar, Proactiveness, Authenticity, Charisma, and Empathy.
 Self-confidence, Persistence, Aggressiveness, Charisma, and Ego Strength.
11 Proxemics is the study of (SI book, p. 40):

12 The four primary proxemic zones are:
 Public, private, shared, and off-limits.
 Personal, impersonal, shared, and private.
 Public, social, personal, and intimate.
 Public, private, shared, and intimate.
13 In a conversation or discussion of any kind, "dirty" language is language that is (SI book, p. 119):

14 In a conversation or discussion of any kind, "clean" language is language that is (SI book, p. 119):

15 The four primary social styles, portrayed in the Social Intelligence Profile, are:
 Mover, Shaker, Organizer, and Follower.
 Driver, Energizer, Diplomat, and Loner.
 Leader, Follower, Thinker, and Doer.
 Innovator, Imitator, Pioneer, and Advocate.
16 The Social Intelligence Profile defines Social Energy as (SI Profile, p. 16):

17 The Social Intelligence Profile defines Results Focus as (SI Profile, p. 16):

18 The notable behavioral tendency of the Driver's social style is that he or she (SI Profile, p. 16):

19 The notable behavioral tendency of the Energizer's social style is that he or she (SI Profile, p. 17):

20 The notable behavioral tendency of the Diplomat's social style is that he or she (SI Profile, p. 17):

21 The notable behavioral tendency of the Loner's social style is that he or she (SI Profile, p. 17):

22 The strength-weakness irony means that (SI book, p. 177):

23 The "double spiral of conflict" model illustrates that (SI book, p. 234):

24 The Social Intelligence Profile is suitable for use in employment screening, i.e. selecting the right person for a job.
 True.
 False.
25 Do you promise to use the Social Intelligence Profile professionally, considerately, and ethically, and to respect all copyright provisions?
 Yes
 No (disqualifies you)