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K-A-B model of emotional intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence Emotional Intelligence Presentation Transcript

  • EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Knowledge Self-Awareness Attitude Self-Confidence Behaviour Self-Control Behaviour Social Competency Attitude Motivation Knowledge Empathy
  • EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Knowledge Empathy
    • Correctly identifying your own feelings
    • Identifying your preferences
    • Identifying your goals and values
    • Sensing how other feel about you, and using that information to
    • guide your behaviour
    • Having and maintaining a “can do” attitude
    • Belief in yourself
    • Overcoming self-doubt and taking reasonable risks
    • Being assertive vs being aggressive
    • Being goal directed
    • Admitting mistakes and failures and accepting these as challenges
    • Dealing well with stress
    • Controlling emotional moods or outbursts without over control
    • Being adaptable to given situations
    • Balancing rational and emotional consideration
  • EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
    • Easily reading and understanding people
    • Having empathy
    • Listening well to others
    • Identifying and reading non-verbal cues
    • Taking initiative
    • Having a positive outlook and sharing the outlook
    • Being creative
    • Inspiring others
    • Doing things you believe in and are committed to
    • Finding common group to establish rapport and minimizing conflict
    • Persuading and influencing others
    • Being likeable and having positive relationships
    • Having integrity