OPTMISM, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND SELF
EFFICACY
Positive Psychology
Levels of Positive Psychology

Valued Subjective Experiences
Positive individual Traits
Civic Virtu...
Optimism
The Dimensions of Optimism
 Optimism as human nature

 Optimism as an individual difference
 Little VS Big Opt...
Optimism
Optimism in the Workplace
 The Downside of Optimism

 Selegman’s Met Life Studies
 Other Research and applicat...
Optimism
Happiness or Subjective well-being
(SWB)
The background on SWB
 Life satisfaction
 Satisfaction with important ...
Optimism
SWB
 Temperament and Personality Disposition

 The Role Of Goals
 Adapting and Coping
 SWB across Cultures

...
Emotional Intelligence (E.I)
Capacity of understanding one’s own and
others emotions
Powerful positively oriented construc...
Positive and negative primary emotions
Positive Primary
Love/affection
Happiness/joy

Surprise
Negative Primary Emotions

...
Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences
Original Intelligences

Characteristics

1. Logical/mathematical Processes analytically, ...
Cognitive Abilities related to Job Performance
Mental Ability

Characteristics of Ability

Verbal comprehension Comprehend...
Self Efficacy
Theoretical Background and Meaning of S.E.
How S.E differs from Established O.B Concepts.
 Self Efficacy VS...
Self Efficacy
The process and Impact of Self Efficacy

 Choice Behaviors

 Motivational Efforts
 Perseverance (Persiste...
Sources Of Self Efficacy
Mastery Experiences
or Performance
Attainments

Vicarious
Experiences or
Modeling

SelfEfficacy

...
Self Efficacy
Implications for Self efficacy in the Workplace

 Selection of Human Resources
 Training and Development
...
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  1. 1. OPTMISM, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND SELF EFFICACY
  2. 2. Positive Psychology Levels of Positive Psychology Valued Subjective Experiences Positive individual Traits Civic Virtues
  3. 3. Optimism The Dimensions of Optimism  Optimism as human nature  Optimism as an individual difference  Little VS Big Optimism  Optimism VS Pessimism  Learning and sustaining optimism
  4. 4. Optimism Optimism in the Workplace  The Downside of Optimism  Selegman’s Met Life Studies  Other Research and applications in the Workplace  Hope
  5. 5. Optimism Happiness or Subjective well-being (SWB) The background on SWB  Life satisfaction  Satisfaction with important Domains  Positive affect  Low Levels of negative affect
  6. 6. Optimism SWB  Temperament and Personality Disposition  The Role Of Goals  Adapting and Coping  SWB across Cultures  SWB in Work
  7. 7. Emotional Intelligence (E.I) Capacity of understanding one’s own and others emotions Powerful positively oriented construct for understanding the application of behaviour  Emotions: what persons feels about something  Affect: result of your feelings (positively & negatively  Mood: emotions into mood when u lose your focus on object.
  8. 8. Positive and negative primary emotions Positive Primary Love/affection Happiness/joy Surprise Negative Primary Emotions Emotions Other Descriptors Acceptance, adoration, longing, devotion, Cheerfulness, contentment, bliss, delight, enjoyment, thrill, Amazement, wonder, astonishment, shock Other Descriptors Fear Anxiety, alarm, concern, fright, terror Sadness Grief, disappointment, sorrow, gloom, despair, suffering, dejection Anger exasperation indignation, hostility, irritability Disgust Shame Contempt, abhorrence, revulsion, Guilt, regret, embarrassment, humiliation
  9. 9. Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Original Intelligences Characteristics 1. Logical/mathematical Processes analytically, calculates, quantifies 2. Verbal/linguistic Thoughts through words, uses word to nurture 3. Interpersonal Understands others, processes through interaction, empathizes, humor 4. Intrapersonal Thinks in quiet, likes to be alone, goal oriented 5. Visual/spatial Uses mental models, thinks three dimensionally, pictures how to get places or solve problems 6. Musical Sensitivity to pitch, melody, rhythm 7. Bodily/kinesthetic Physical movement, involves the whole body, processes by jumping or dancing “New” Intelligences 8. Naturalist 9. Existential 10. Anger Characteristics Need to be with/survive in nature, strength in categorization in nature or urban world knowing why you are here, personal mission Emotionally mature, recognize own anger, reacts to emotions of self and others
  10. 10. Cognitive Abilities related to Job Performance Mental Ability Characteristics of Ability Verbal comprehension Comprehend what is read or heard, understand what words mean and the relationships to one another Numerical Make fast and accurate arithmetic computation Spatial visualization Perceive spatial patterns, imagine how an object Would look if position in space were changed Perceptual speed Quickly identify visual similarities and differences, carry out tasks needing visual perception Memory Rote memory, retain and recall past incidents/experiences Inductive reasoning Identify logical sequence from specific to general
  11. 11. Self Efficacy Theoretical Background and Meaning of S.E. How S.E differs from Established O.B Concepts.  Self Efficacy VS Self Esteem  Self Efficacy VS Expectancy Concepts  Self Efficacy VS Attribution/Locus of Control
  12. 12. Self Efficacy The process and Impact of Self Efficacy  Choice Behaviors  Motivational Efforts  Perseverance (Persistence)  Facilitative Thought Patterns  Vulnerability to Stress
  13. 13. Sources Of Self Efficacy Mastery Experiences or Performance Attainments Vicarious Experiences or Modeling SelfEfficacy Physiological and Psychological Arousal Social Persuasion
  14. 14. Self Efficacy Implications for Self efficacy in the Workplace  Selection of Human Resources  Training and Development  Other Applications like….stress management, self management, leadership,
  15. 15. Videos in this presentation are downloaded from YouTube
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