Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence it's very important these days but not all of us know exactly how to take advantage of it or even improve it. So this slide is going to help you do that

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Emotional Intelligence

  1. 1. Emotional Intelligence<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />What is Emotional Intelligence ?<br /> The capacity to know what you are feeling, to understand and generate emotions in a way that will work for you.<br />
  3. 3. First Steps<br />In 1980, Dr. Reuven Bar-On started the work in this area, and he noticed that some people who are not necessarily very smart have successful life, and the others who have all the intellectual capabilities have problems at some point.<br /> He defined the EQ-Emotional Intelligence Quotient which measures the level of emotional intelligence that a person has.<br />
  4. 4. EQ vs. IQ<br />IQ<br /> Cognitive intelligence refers to the capacity to:<br /> -concentrate<br />-plan<br />-organize<br />-use the words(and the vocabulary)<br />-understand and assimilate facts<br />IQ: measures the individual informational base that a person has –memory, vocabulary, logic and coordination .<br />
  5. 5. EQ vs. IQ<br />2. EQ <br />It measures the human capacity to :<br />-deal with emotions<br />-interact with others<br />-intrapersonal knowledge<br />-interpersonal knowledge<br />-making feeling and emotions to work for you.<br />EQ is directly responsible for 25-45% of work/career success<br />
  6. 6. A close up on EI<br />Mixed models of EI<br />1. The Emotional Competencies (Goleman) model<br /> The model introduced by Daniel Golemanfocuses on EI as a wide array of competencies and skills that drive leadership performance. Goleman&apos;s model outlines four main EI constructs:<br />Self-awareness<br />Self-management<br />Social awareness<br />Relationship management <br />
  7. 7. A close up on EI and EQ<br />2. The BarOn model for emotional Intelligence:<br />Intrapersonal<br />Interpersonal<br />Stress Management<br />Adaptability<br />GENERAL STATE<br />ACTUAL PERFORMANCES<br />
  8. 8. A close up on EI and EQ<br />
  9. 9. A close up on EI and EQ<br />1.Intrapersonal area refers self knowledge and self control. <br />It’s composed by:<br />-assertive character<br />-independence<br />-self respect<br />-self accomplishment<br />-self emotional conscience <br />
  10. 10. A close up on EI and EQ<br />2.Intrapersonal area refers to our capacity to work and interact with other people<br />It is composed by:<br />-empathy<br />-social responsibility<br />-interpersonal relations <br />
  11. 11. A close up on EI and EQ<br />3. Stress management area refers to the capacity to tolerate stress and control the so called “no-brain actions” ( impulsive actions).<br /> - Stress toleration: staying calm and focused during a conflict or a difficult situation.<br />- Impulsive actions: the ability to control yourself, and delay an impulse.<br />
  12. 12. A close up on EI and EQ<br />Adaptability refers to the capacity of being flexible, with a good developed sense of reality and a problem solver.<br />It is composed by:<br />-Reality testing<br />-Flexibility<br />-Problem solving<br />
  13. 13. A close up on EI and EQ<br />5. General State: has two steps<br /> 5.1. Optimism<br />5.2. Happiness<br />
  14. 14. Tips and Tricks<br />Developing the EQ:<br />ABCDE method: building a chart<br />Step 1- A: the start element<br />Step 2 -C: consequences and the bad feelings<br />Step 3 –B: negative thinking(your own ideas )<br />Step 4 –D: positive thinking( develop some explanations and try to imagine what will others say about your problem). <br />
  15. 15. Tips and Tricks<br />2.“HOT” Feeling and “COLD” Feelings<br />The main idea is to convert strong , hot, bad feelings into more calm , less harmful , cold ones.<br />
  16. 16. Tips and Tricks<br />3. Self Evaluation Table<br />Complete a table like<br /> So that you will be forced to find a strategy and a way to defeat your weak points<br />
  17. 17. Tips and Tricks<br />4. Change the way you act or react<br /> Change an aggressive or passive behavior into an assertive one, by trying to tell exactly what you feel(speak your mind) and negotiate what you want until you obtain it.<br />5. Blame others or other things and not yourself<br /> Create an imaginary character and blame him, or blame the day, the weather, etc<br />Ex: Bad Friday? Blame OLD LADY FRIDAY.<br />
  18. 18. EQ and career success<br />Directors<br />-Self Respect<br />-Happiness<br />-Interpersonal relations<br />-Reality testing<br />-Self accomplishment <br />Average facts:<br /><ul><li>Self accomplishment 
  19. 19. Happiness
  20. 20. Optimism
  21. 21. Self respect
  22. 22. Assertive Character</li></ul>Marketing area<br />-Optimism<br />-Reality testing<br />-Independence<br />-Self management<br />-Social responsability<br />IT managers<br />-Self Respect<br />-Independence<br />-Reality testing<br />-Interpersonal relations<br />

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