You may know your IQ (Intelligence Quotient). You have some sense of your EQ (Emotional Intelligence).
But what about your TQ — your Trust Quotient?
I’m excited to announce here the launch of an of a new online self-assessment tool: The Trust Quotient Self-Diagnostic to answer that question. It’s been in development for several weeks now, and I’m sharing it first only with readers of Trust Matters.
(Credibility + Reliability + Intimacy)
The Trust Quotient Self-Diagnostic measures your Trust Quotient Score—your TQ—and compares it with all other test-takers to date. The database will get better as it gets larger, but early returns suggest it fits very well with commonsense assessments.
The Trust Quotient Self-Diagnostic also then gives you practical advice and suggestions on how to leverage your strengths, and how to address on your weaknesses.
And if you don’t mind, drop us a note to say what you think of The Trust Quotient Self-Diagnostic, including how to make it better and more useful.
1see The Trusted Advisor, by David Maister, Charles Green, Robert Galford; Free Press, 2000