LEQ

The Life Effectiveness Questionnaire (LEQ) Factor Definitions

James Neill
Last updated:
16 May 2006

LEQ-H Factor Definitions

The LEQ-H consists of 8 factors, each measured by 3 items.  The factors are defined as follows:
 

LEQ Factor

Description

Time Management

The extent that an individual perceives that he/she makes optimum use of time.

Social Competence

The degree of personal confidence and self-perceived ability in social interactions.

Achievement Motivation

The extent to which the individual is motivated to achieve excellence and put the required effort into action to attain it.

Intellectual Flexibility

The extent to which the individual perceives he/she can adapt his/her thinking and accommodate new information from changing conditions and different perspectives. 

Task Leadership

The extent to which the individual perceives he/she can lead other people effectively when a task needs to be done and productivity is the primary requirement.

Emotional Control

The extent to which the individual perceives he/she maintains emotional control when he/she is faced with potentially stressful situations.

Active Initiative

The extent to which the individual likes to initiate action in new situations.

Self Confidence

The degree of confidence the individual has in his/her abilities and the success of their actions.

 

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