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Emotional Intellegence

Emotional Intellegence

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Published by Girish Subramanian
A brief presentation on Emotional Intellegence
A brief presentation on Emotional Intellegence

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Emotional Intelligence

By Sanu.P.S & Girish Subramanian

1997. to access and generate emotions so as to assist thought. .Mayer & Salovey. and to reflectively regulate emotions so as to promote emotional and intellectual growth . to understand emotions and emotional knowledge.Emotional Intelligence Definition • Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive emotions.

the ability which allows you to manage emotions in your self and in others.the ability to generate an emotion. • Understanding Emotions . . • Using Emotions to Facilitate Thought . and then reason with this emotion.the ability to understand complex emotions and emotional "chains". how emotions transition from one stage to another. • Managing Emotions .the ability to recognize how you and those around you are feeling.Four Areas of EI defined further: • Identifying Emotions .

premadonnas or have temper tantrums. • EI is quite different from IQ. • These "emotional intelligence" skills can count for far more when it comes to being a "star performer" or excelling at just about any job.EI at Workplace: • Emotional Intelligence (EI) has been recently validated with about 25 major skill areas that can influence your career and create abilities that improve your worth at work. People with emotional intelligence have tremendous advantages that far outweigh highly intelligent people who may be moody. .

Daniel Goleman reports that. are empathetic and are adept interpersonally. adapt easily. . and handle stress better. women are more aware of their emotions. optimistic. • Whereas. men appear more self-confident. • Researcher Dr.EI at Workplace: • Successful people use their EI to manage feelings both appropriately and effectively so that the common good and goals of the work group can be readily achieved.

understanding others. • There are only about two dozen emotional intelligence skills that affect all aspects of work. Self-Regulation. innovation. self-confidence. Motivation. and the ability to initiate or manage change. and Social Skills. • Some of them are: accurate self-assessment. communication. team capabilities. commitment. optimism.EI Categories: • The five major categories of EI include : SelfAwareness. conflict management skills. adaptability. Empathy. . initiative. political awareness.conscientiousness.self-control.

• EQ is the pattern of how people's biases in their thinking leads them to think one thing or choice is better than another. moods. as well as their clarity in differentiating within those biases to exercise clear and sound judgment.Emotional Quotient (EQ) : • Emotional Intelligence Quotient is defined as a set of competencies demonstrating the ability one has to recognize his or her behaviors. and to manage them best according to the situation. and impulses. .

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