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This is a unique presentation about Emotional Intelligence and its importance for personal and professional success. Learn about 5 components of EQ and see where YOU stand!

This is a unique presentation about Emotional Intelligence and its importance for personal and professional success. Learn about 5 components of EQ and see where YOU stand!

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  • My name is Anna Stevens, and I am the owner of "EQ for Success" - an Atlanta-based company that provides training and coaching in Emotional Intelligence. \n\nMy greatest desire is to help as many people as possible uncover their potential and achieve their goals through Emotional Intelligence. One thing I know for sure: successful people are willing to do the work that unsuccessful people are not.\n \nPlease refer to your hangout that’s called Five Most Important Factors For Senior Leaders:\nYou can see that the most valuable qualities of a senior leader are Self-Actualization, Happiness, Optimism, Self-Regard, and Assertiveness. \n\nYou can also see that 23.8% of people being HIRED for their ability to build good relationships, BUT 45.3% are being FIRED for the lack of this ability. You can also see that technical abilities play a very small role in one’s capacity to succeed. Self-Management, Decisiveness, and Communication skills play way significant role in hiring decisions.\n\n I know that everybody in this room is driven to succeed, otherwise why would you pay for this training? I assume you came here because you ARE open-minded and want to gain more knowledge and develop new skills that will help you meet your highest goals.\n\nMy agenda today is to introduce you to the concept of Emot. Intelligence and supply you with unique tools that will assist you in creating a more meaningful life for yourself and those whom you care for.\n\nOur time together is limited to 90 min. We have a lot to talk about, plus I have a several exercises for you to practice. If we have time IN THE END, I will answer your questions. If not, I will be available in the hallway after this worshop, and here’s is my contact information if you need me in the future.\n
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  • Emotional Intelligence (EQ/EI) was first mentioned in the 1920s by Edward  Thorndike. He referred to it as "social intelligence; emotional factors".\n
  • However, Daniel Goleman, Ph.D. is being considered as the father of Emotional Intelligence, which some people call a new science of interpersonal relationships, since his book "Emotional intelligence: Why It Can Matter More than IQ" was published in 1995.\n
  • There are a several different definitions of Emot. Int. You can refer to them later in the hangout. We use the definition that has been developed by Multi-Health System, Inc - a company that created a new Emotional Intelligence Model which I will introduce to you in a few min.\n
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  • Total EQ is at the core\n Subscales roll up into composite scales\n Composite scales roll up into overall well being (which includes happiness)\n These all impact Performance and Emotional and Social Functioning\n
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  • We can feel happy, sad, excited, bored, angry, scared, satisfied, relaxed, frustrated, unsure, insecure, enthusiastic, amazed, confused, anxious, surprised, nervous, disappointed, frustrated, irritated, upset, depressed, stressed, thrilled, overjoyed, calm, optimistic, pleased, and so forth\n
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  • Now, when you’ve learned about 5 components and 15 subcomponents of Emot. Intel., you probably wonder how they are being measured. The newest EQ assessment that has been developed by MHS, Inc is called EI-i 2.0. \nMeasuring EQ uncovers your Emotional Intelligence abilities and skills and allows you to focus on developing those you need most to achieve your success. We deal with our emotions on a regular basis, there is no way we can avoid them. However, emotions can have a good or a bad impact on our behavior which can either help us achieve our goals or otherwise. If you can become aware of your emotions, your behavioral patterns, your mental habits, then you can manage and guide them to take you where you want to be in your life.\n
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  • Anna Stevens, JD, BBA www.eqforsuccess.com anna@eqforsuccess.com 770.633.0115 EQ for Success EQ for Success TWITTER EQ for Success
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help:
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being.
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help:
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall; Reduce the level of domestic violence in the society as a whole.
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall; Reduce the level of domestic violence in the societyEmotional Intelligence in business will help: as a whole.
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall; Reduce the level of domestic violence in the societyEmotional Intelligence in business will help: as a whole. Discover and develop your identity as a leader;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall; Reduce the level of domestic violence in the societyEmotional Intelligence in business will help: as a whole. Discover and develop your identity as a leader; Learn how to create positive, lasting change in yourself, those whom you lead, and your organization as a whole;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall; Reduce the level of domestic violence in the societyEmotional Intelligence in business will help: as a whole. Discover and develop your identity as a leader; Learn how to create positive, lasting change in yourself, those whom you lead, and your organization as a whole; Inspire and motivate those who follow you and keep them committed to achieving common business success;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall; Reduce the level of domestic violence in the societyEmotional Intelligence in business will help: as a whole. Discover and develop your identity as a leader; Learn how to create positive, lasting change in yourself, those whom you lead, and your organization as a whole; Inspire and motivate those who follow you and keep them committed to achieving common business success; Cultivate creativity, innovation, and customer loyalty;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall; Reduce the level of domestic violence in the societyEmotional Intelligence in business will help: as a whole. Discover and develop your identity as a leader; Learn how to create positive, lasting change in yourself, those whom you lead, and your organization as a whole; Inspire and motivate those who follow you and keep them committed to achieving common business success; Cultivate creativity, innovation, and customer loyalty; Improve decision-making process: use emotions in the best way to solve problems and make optimal choices;
  • Emotional Intelligence at school will help: Reduce depression, abuse and violence among teens andincrease optimism toward life; Overcome self-criticism and victim-mentality, anddevelop self-confidence and responsibility; Become proactive about success, set meaningful goals,make commitments and follow through; Enhance academic performance and improve relationshipbuilding skills; Develop and maintain healthy habits and increase overallwell-being. Emotional Intelligence for family will help: Build stronger family relationships to achieve happiness; Become a trusted friend and a mentor to your children; Develop and maintain a healthy home environment; Stimulate an ongoing learning process within a family to achieve common success; Lower the level of stress in your life overall; Reduce the level of domestic violence in the societyEmotional Intelligence in business will help: as a whole. Discover and develop your identity as a leader; Learn how to create positive, lasting change in yourself, those whom you lead, and your organization as a whole; Inspire and motivate those who follow you and keep them committed to achieving common business success; Cultivate creativity, innovation, and customer loyalty; Improve decision-making process: use emotions in the best way to solve problems and make optimal choices; Reduce stress and enhance resilience.
  • Emotional Intelligence EQ/EI the 1920s by Edward  Thorndike
  • Daniel Goleman, Ph.D. is the father of Emotional Intelligence -a new science of interpersonal relationships since 1995
  • five definitions ofemotional intelligence
  • according to MHS, Inc
  • Emotional intelligence according to MHS, Inc
  • Emotional intelligence according to MHS, Inc is a set ofemotional and social skillsthat collectively establish how well we:
  • Emotional intelligence according to MHS, Inc perceive and express ourselves is a set ofemotional and social skillsthat collectively establish how well we:
  • Emotional intelligence according to MHS, Inc perceive and express ourselves is a set ofemotional and social skills develop and maintain social relationshipsthat collectively establish how well we:
  • Emotional intelligence according to MHS, Inc perceive and express ourselves is a set ofemotional and social skills develop and maintain social relationshipsthat collectively establish cope with challenges how well we:
  • Emotional intelligence according to MHS, Inc perceive and express ourselves is a set ofemotional and social skills develop and maintain social relationshipsthat collectively establish cope with challenges how well we: use emotional information in an effective & meaningful way
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not1. Cognitive Intelligence (IQ)
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not1. Cognitive Intelligence (IQ)Emotional Quotient (EQ) is estimated to account for 27 to 45% of job success
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not1. Cognitive Intelligence (IQ)Emotional Quotient (EQ) is estimated to account for 27 to 45% of job successEQ and IQ are not highly correlated, meaning that there is nothing to suggestthat if IQ is high then EQ will be high or inversely if IQ is low, EQ will be low
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not1. Cognitive Intelligence (IQ)Emotional Quotient (EQ) is estimated to account for 27 to 45% of job successEQ and IQ are not highly correlated, meaning that there is nothing to suggestthat if IQ is high then EQ will be high or inversely if IQ is low, EQ will be lowIQ is set and peaks around 17 years of age, EQ is not fixed and rises steadilywith age
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not 2. Aptitude A written, oral, or performance test designed to measure a person’s potential ability for performing well in some future selected skill or activity (e.g. musical aptitude)
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not 2. Aptitude 3. Achievement A written, oral, or A standardized performance test examination that designed to measure assesses the a person’s potential proficiency level ability for already attained in performing well in specific performance some future selected (e.g. school grades, skill or activity (e.g. musical aptitude) SAT scores)
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not 4. Vocational Interest Does not assess a person’s interests in order to help choose, prepare for, enter upon, and progress in an occupation
  • What Emotional Intelligence is Not 4. Vocational Interest 5. Personality Does not assess a Distinctively different person’s interests in characteristic or sum order to help choose, total of a person, prepare for, enter upon, including his or her and progress in an behavior and character occupation traits (honesty, loyalty, introversion)
  • Self- Perception Designed to assess feelings of inner strength andconfidence, persistence in the pursuit of personallyrelevant and meaningful goals while understandingwhat, when, why, and how different emotions impactthoughts and actions
  • Self-RegardSelf- Perception Self-Actualization Emotional Self-Awareness
  • Self- Regard Respecting oneself while understanding andaccepting one’s strengths and weaknesses Often associated with feelings of inner strength andself-confidence
  • Self- Regard
  • Self- Actualization Willingness to persistently try to improve oneselfand engage in the pursuit of personally relevant andmeaningful objectives that lead to a rich andenjoyable life
  • Self- Actualization
  • Emotional Self-Awareness Ability to recognize and understand one’s own emotions Ability understand the cause of these emotions and theimpact they have on the thoughts and actions of oneself andothers
  • What AreSome of Humans’ Emotions?
  • Emotional Self-Awareness
  • Self- Expression One’s ability to openly express feelings,both verbally and non-verbally
  • Emotional ExpressionSelf- Expression Assertiveness Independence
  • Emotional Expression Ability to effectively send messages to others onemotional level through the words we say, theirmeaning, the tone and the volume of speech, our facialexpression, and body language.
  • Emotional Expression LOW HIGHEmotions somewhat private Express self easily BusinesslikePrefer to keep feelings to An open book yourselfDon’t feel need to express emotions
  • Assertiveness Ability to communicate feelings, beliefs andthoughts Ability to defend personal rights and values
  • Assertiveness
  • Independence Ability to be self directed and free fromemotional dependency on others Decision-making, planning, and daily tasks are
  • Independence
  • Interpersonal ComponentReflects one’s ability to: Develop and maintain relationships based on trust and compassion Articulate an understand others’ perspective Act responsibly while showing concern for others
  • Interpersonal RelationshipsInterpersonal Empathy Component Social Responsibility
  • Interpersonal Relationships Ability to develop and maintain mutuallysatisfying, long-lasting relationships
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Empathy Ability to recognize, understand, and appreciate howothers feel Used to create a strong connection with people
  • EmpathyLOW HIGHCan’t understand people’s Sensitive to feelings of others feelingsHas difficulties relating to Able to put self in “others’ others shoes”Surprised by others’ reactions Anticipates others’ reactionsMisreads social cues Picks up on social cues
  • Social Responsibility Ability to willingly contribute to the society, to socialgroups, and to the welfare of others Involves acting responsibly, having socialconsciousness, and showing concerns for a greatercommunity
  • Social Responsibility
  • John C Maxwell about Significance
  • Decision Making Reflects The way in which one uses emotional information How well one understands the impact emotions have ondecision-making, including the ability to resist or delayimpulses and remain objective so to avoid rash behaviors andineffective problem solving
  • Problem SolvingDecision-Making Reality Testing Impulse Control
  • Problem Solving Ability to find solutions to problems in situationswhere emotions are involved Ability to understand how emotions impact decision-making process
  • Problem Solving
  • Reality Testing Capacity to remain objective by seeing things asthey really are Recognizing when emotions can cause one to be lessobjective
  • Reality Testing
  • Impulse Control Ability to resist or delay an impulse, drive ortemptation to act Involves avoiding rash behaviors and decision-making
  • Impulse Control
  • Stress ManagementReflects How well one can cope with the emotions associatedwith change, and unfamiliar and unpredictablecircumstances, while remaining hopeful about thefuture and resilient in the face of setbacks andobstacles
  • FlexibilityStress Management Stress Tolerance Optimism
  • Flexibility Adapting emotions, thoughts and behaviors tounfamiliar, unpredictable, and dynamic circumstances orideas
  • Flexibility LOW HIGH Stick to your guns Going with the flow Able to adopt to changingNot overly influenced by others conditions
  • Stress Tolerance Coping with stressful or difficult situations andbelieving that one can manage or influence situations ina positive manner
  • Stress Tolerance
  • Optimism Indicator of one’s positive attitude and outlook onlife Ability to see a silver lightning in every cloud
  • Optimism
  • HAPPINESS
  • HAPPINESS