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Emotional intelligence @ workplace

  1. 1. Emotional beingPhysical being
  2. 2. If askedwho are you?
  3. 3. We all represent energy manifested in someunique structured form
  4. 4. Physical Energy - Motion
  5. 5. Mental Energy - Intellect
  6. 6. Emotional Energy - Relationships
  7. 7. Spiritual Energy - Experiences
  8. 8. EveryExperience is Expression ofour Energy.
  9. 9. Angry
  10. 10. Calm
  11. 11. Happy
  12. 12. We all represent energy manifested in someunique structured form
  13. 13. Unique Structured Form
  14. 14. Personality
  15. 15. Personality represents
  16. 16. Combination
  17. 17. Emotional
  18. 18. Attitudinal
  19. 19. Behavioral
  20. 20. Personalityrepresents a particular combination of Emotional, Attitudinal and Behavioral response pattern
  21. 21. As Personality becomesstronger it develops strong beliefs about what is RIGHT and what is WRONG?
  22. 22. Emotion
  23. 23. Attitude Feel ActThink
  24. 24. Behavior
  25. 25. EmotionAttitude Behavior
  26. 26. EmotionAttitude Behavior
  27. 27. EmotionalIntelligence
  28. 28. Capacity to Perceive Emotions,Assimilate Emotion-related feelings, Understand the Emotions and Manage them.
  29. 29. EmotionalIntelligence
  30. 30. We all working for a very noble profession
  31. 31. EmotionalIntelligence
  32. 32. Intrapersonal InterpersonalAdaptability Relationships
  33. 33. The Intrapersonal
  34. 34. The IntrapersonalOur ability to know and manage ourselves.
  35. 35. Self Awareness Assertiveness Independence Self-RegardSelf-Actualization
  36. 36. Self Awareness Assertiveness Independence Self-RegardSelf-Actualization
  37. 37. We can only give our best to others when we are in touch with ourselves.
  38. 38. Self Awareness Assertiveness Independence Self-RegardSelf-Actualization
  39. 39. Giving up doesn’t always mean that you are weak, Sometime it justmeans that you are strong enough to LET GO…
  40. 40. Self Awareness Assertiveness Independence Self-RegardSelf-Actualization
  41. 41. Self Awareness Assertiveness Independence Self-RegardSelf-Actualization
  42. 42. The greatest success is successful self- acceptance
  43. 43. Self Awareness Assertiveness Independence Self-RegardSelf-Actualization
  44. 44. We are born to add value to the World.
  45. 45. The Interpersonal
  46. 46. The Inter-personalConcerned with our "people skills" — our ability to interact and get along with others.
  47. 47. Empathy Social ResponsibilityInterpersonal Relationship
  48. 48. The best way to find yourself is tolose yourself in service of others
  49. 49. Empathy Social ResponsibilityInterpersonal Relationship
  50. 50. The welfare of each one of us isbound up in the welfare of all of us.
  51. 51. Empathy Social ResponsibilityInterpersonal Relationship
  52. 52. Adaptability
  53. 53. The AdaptabilityOur ability to be flexible and realistic,and to solve a range of problems as they arise.
  54. 54. Reality Testing FlexibilityProblem Solving
  55. 55. When we give importance to peoplethey think that we are always free, BUT they fail to realize that wemake ourselves available for them Every time!.
  56. 56. Reality Testing FlexibilityProblem Solving
  57. 57. Do what you can with what you have, where you have.
  58. 58. Reality Testing FlexibilityProblem Solving
  59. 59. If I had 60 min to solve problem, I’dspend 55 minutes defining it, and 5 minutes solving it. - AE
  60. 60. Intrapersonal InterpersonalPersonal Competence Social Competence Self Awareness Social Awareness Self Management Relationship Mgt. Adaptability Relationships
  61. 61. Emotional Competence PersonalCompetence Social Competence
  62. 62. Low EIHigh EI
  63. 63. Low EIUse blame statements.Is not perceptive of othersfeelings.Carries grudges – unforgiving.Fails to accept responsibilities.Poor Listener…..
  64. 64. Uses “I” messages.Can identify the feelings for others.Forgiving.Accept self as others.Good Listener….High EI
  65. 65. WHYDEVELOPEMOTIONALINTELIGENCE?
  66. 66. More than 50% ofTeachers lack themotivation to keeplearning andImproving (C2E)
  67. 67. Four in 10 people cannot workcooperatively.
  68. 68. 70% of all change initiatives fail because of people issues – inability to lead, lack of teamwork, unwillingness to take initiative, and inability to deal with change.
  69. 69. Bring people together and motivate them.
  70. 70. Build productive relationships.
  71. 71. EMOTIONALINTELLIGENCE
  72. 72. Recognizing emotions we feel.
  73. 73. Connecting feelings,thoughts and actions
  74. 74. Recognize how feelings affect our performance
  75. 75. Acknowledging our strengths and weaknesses withoutjudgment is a key sign of being Emotionally Intelligent.
  76. 76. Emotionally Literate people labeltheir feelings, rather than labeling people or situations
  77. 77. Emotionally Literate peopledistinguish between thoughts and feelings
  78. 78. They Don’t Advise, Command, Control, Criticize or Judge
  79. 79. They take responsibility for their feelings
  80. 80. They use feelings to show respect for others.
  81. 81. They know how to AVOID people who invalidate them
  82. 82. Emotional Intelligence and Schools
  83. 83. Happy Children Learn FAST
  84. 84. Education is about emotionalunderstanding, self determinationand motivation to learn
  85. 85. Teachers with High EI ..
  86. 86. Address Behavior NOT Student
  87. 87. Help!
  88. 88. And above all …
  89. 89. NEVER create a Win/Lose situation
  90. 90. “If there is anything that we wish tochange in the student, we should first examine it and see whether it is not something that could better be changed in ourselves.” Carl Jung
  91. 91. Change the way we feel, bychanging the way we think.
  92. 92. Management Presentations Series Thank You! You can reach me at: Vinod.kr.sharma@gmail.com

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