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  • 1. "
    EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND WAYS OF USING IT
  • 2. 2010-CH-71 ( Imtiaz Ali )
    2010-CH-119 ( NisarMahsood)
    2010-CH-87 ( Shiraz Daud )
    Group Members
  • 3. What is Emotional Intelligence?
    Different Models of Emotional Intelligence.
    Characteristics of Emotional Intelligence.
    How to improve Emotional Intelligence?
    Six strategies for promoting Emotional intelligence..
    How to use Emotional Intelligence?
    Why Emotional Intelligence is more important than Intelligence Quotient?
    Conclusion.
    EI presentation Cover's
  • 4. Emotional intelligence is not the triumph of heart over head it is actually the unique intersection of both.
    Quote
  • 5. The ability to…..
    • Understand the needs and feelings of oneself and others
    • 6. Manage one’s own feelings
    • 7. Respond to others in a suitable way
    What is Emotional Intelligence?
  • 8.
    • Here are two of many definitions out there…
    Emotional intelligence also called EI describes an ability, capacity, and skill to identify and control emotions of oneself, others and group
    EI involves emotions to enhance the thought ability to accurately perceive emotions , access, and generate emotions to convey the thought
    Definition Of EI
  • 9. Important Aspects of EQ
  • 10. we will discuss three models of emotional intelligence.
    1) Ability Model.
    2) Mixed Model.
    3) Trait Model.
    But Here we will focus on ability model.
    Different Models of Emotional Intelligence
  • 11. The ability-based model views emotions as useful sources of information that help one to make sense of and navigate the social environment.
    Aspects:
    A) Perceive emotions.
    B) Understanding emotions.
    C) Using emotions.
    D) Managing emotions
    ABILITY MODEL
  • 12. the ability to detect and decipher emotions in faces, pictures, voices, and cultural artifacts—including the ability to identify one's own emotions.
    Oneself…
    Others…
    Perceive Emotions
  • 13.
  • 14.
    • The ability to harness emotions to facilitate various cognitive activities, such as thinking and problem solving.
    • 15. positive and negative moods…
    USINGEMOTIONS
  • 16. the ability to comprehend emotion language and to appreciate complicated relationships among emotions.
    Be clear of yourself..
    Understand feelings of others..
    Understanding Emotions
  • 17. the ability to regulate emotions in both ourselves and in others. Therefore, the emotionally intelligent person can harness emotions, even negative ones, and manage them to achieve intended goals.
    Four steps: awareness, acceptance, adjustment, action
    Managing Emotions
  • 18. .Characteristics of Emotional Intelligence
  • 19. Self-aware people are able to acknowledge their feelings, while they control their emotions and respond appropriately
    A).Self Awareness.
  • 20. Helping people
    learn constructive responses to negative feelings will help them develop and maintain stronger relationships with others.
    B).Mood Management.
  • 21. listening attentively
    making eye contact
    reading facial cues
    sharing
    compromising
    cooperating
    making appropriate jokes
    being able to disagree without becoming angry
    C)Social Skills
  • 22. Young people can learn as they develop self-awareness how rewarding it is to work hard for something and then to receive it.
    Focusing on and discussing on how good the person feels when accomplishing something, helps them develop the motivation and persistence they’ll need.
    Motivation
  • 23. Empathy is the ability to understand the feelings of others, and empathetic people will often seek to do good for others out of genuine compassion for their situations.
    Empathy also allows a person to step aside from a conflict and see the problem from another point of view.
    Empathy
  • 24. How to improve Emotional Intelligence?
  • 25. One can easily improve Emotional Intelligence by doing:
  • 26. Reflective analysis of past incidents where emotional reactions played a critical role can help to provide material for study of one's own EQ and the areas in which one may wish to develop further.
    Reflective analysis of past
  • 27.
  • 28.
  • 29. You might think you already pay attention to your feelings but you are more likely paying attention to what you "think" not what you feel.
    Paying Attention To Your Feelings
  • 30. Whenever we talk about emotional intelligence there is an immediate “click” in the mind we recognize it as the “missing piece”.
    Some of the ways of using emotional intelligence are:
    How to use Emotional Intelligence?
  • 31. To be emotionally intelligent, you must be able to accurately identify your feelings and emotions
    Know what you are feeling.
  • 32.
  • 33. it is important to share your feelings with others regularly. Be sure you are asserting your feelings, not only complaining about a situation or problem
    An emotionally intelligent statement might be, "This long project is making me frustrated.
    Share your feelings with others
  • 34.
  • 35. Step outside of your own views and try to identify with the ideas and beliefs of others. Your perception of the situation will be widened, allowing more solutions to be presented
    Try to understand others.
  • 36. Keeping your sights on self improvement and taking positive steps in the direction of your goals is important, even if the goal is small and insignificant to others.
    Have realistic goals
  • 37. Looking at things with a "glass half full" approach will help you to access your emotions, identify others and be proactive in dealing with others and your own personal goals.
    Be optimistic
  • 38.
  • 39. Taking the time for mindfullness
    Understanding the causes of feelings
    Differtiating between emotion and need to take actions
    Preventing depression through learnt optimism
    Listening for the lessons of feelings
    Using gut feelings in decision making
    Six strategies for promoting EI
  • 40. EI V/S IQ
    Emptional Intelligence vsIntelligenc Quotient
  • 41. IQ means
    Intelligence Quotient
    EQ means
    Emotional Quotient
    EI means
    Emotional intelligence
  • 42. It has been said that your IQ can land you a job but your lack of Emotional intelligence can get you fired.
    1).Overall impact on success.
  • 43. There is a direct connection between our emotional health and our physical health.
    If our lives are filled with stress, our physical health suffers. It has been estimated that well over 80% of our health problems are stress related.
    . Impact on our health
  • 44. There is a direct connection between poor emotional skills and the rising crime rate. Children who have poor emotional skills become social outcast at a very young age.
    They have learned to react with their fist rather than reason.
    The connection between poor EQ and rising crime
  • 45. Experiencing one's self in a conscious manner--that is, gaining self-knowledge--is an integral part of learning."
    CONCLUSION
  • 46.
  • 47. So what do you think???
  • 48. THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE