REPORT ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

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Arvind Jalan Rajat Varshney Anurag Sharma Pranav Gupta Rahul Mittal Gaurav Jain Naveen Sharma Vaibhav Sachdeva Jaipal Singh Devasheesh

Emotions       Surprise Happiness Fear Sadness Anger Disgust .

Effective control over yourself and your impact on others. .Emotional Intelligence    The ability to acquire and apply knowledge from your emotions and the emotions of others. Skill to use your emotions to help you make choices.

Emotional Intelligence Competencies  Intra-personal. invisible to others and occur inside of us ± ± ± Emotional Self-Awareness Emotional Self-Regulation Emotional Self-Motivation Empathy Nurturing Relationships  Inter personal ± ± .

Improve your personal productivity. Increase Job Satisfaction.Why Emotional Intelligence?      Enhance your career and success potential. . Improve work /life balance so you can enjoy your personal life. Work easily with demanding clients and team members.

Executives      Make decisions Rely on more people Accountable Lead organizational change Inspiring and energizing .

turnover and retention Influence attitudes. and satisfaction of employees Firm and caring at the same Employees want a supportive.Managers & Supervisors     Behavior treatment. caring Supervisor or Manager . performance.

Teams        To work smoothly with people Resources are scarce. Team members changing A team member doesn't deliver Resources are taken away Still expected to meet tight deadlines . Technology advancing.

Emotional intelligence explained nearly 60% of job performance across companies in the study.  AT&T participated in a large. Ninety-one percent of top performers were high in EQ. and focus on results. .EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE CASE STUDY  Hallmark Communities sales staff who developed emotional intelligence were 25% more productive than their low EQ counterparts and EQ was more important to executive job performance than character. cross-industry study that found in all levels of management (from line supervisors to senior executives) increased emotional intelligence. while only 26% of low performers were high in EQ. measured through the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal. accounted for 20% more productivity than low EQ leaders. strategic thinking.

Medrad employs more than 1. . MEDRAD products are sold to hospitals and medical imaging centers in over 85 countries. employees. Annual sales are approximately $300 million. Medrad Values: MEDRAD performance is a result of an unrelenting commitment to improving healthcare. as well as our ethical and corporate responsibility policies.Case Study Continues««. and to responsible activities for the benefit of our customers. shareholders. and communities.300 people based in 15 locations around the world. to upholding standards of excellence. These values are expressed through our culture and philosophy.

The training session was offered after each high potential completed the 360 emotional intelligence assessment. they ask The Adele Lynn Leadership Group to assist in the process. Feedback from the program has been consistently positive . each high potential candidate received a comprehensive feedback report and developed action plans for development in the areas of emotional intelligence. The solution: The Adele Lynn Leadership group filled a gap in their leadership development program by offering A Different Kind of Smart Applying Emotional Intelligence at Work. The Result: The high potential leaders are better equipped in the area of emotional intelligence to address the demands of leadership.ADELE LYNN GROUP The Challenge: As a huge aerospace manufacturer searches for ways to prepare their high potential candidates for senior leadership assignments. The Index for Emotional Intelligence. Culminating the training and the assessment.

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