Emotional Intelligence


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This presentation explains what emotional intelligence (EI) is and how it affects the people in business. By understanding what your EQ you best understand how you relate to employees, vendors and clients. You will also understand what levels of EQ you require of your employees.

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  • This tree represents Emotional Intelligence. EI is broken down into four main branches each branch represented by one of the four elements of Earth, Wind, Water & Fire.
  • Perceiving emotions is represented by Earth as it is the first branch of Emotional Intelligence and is the root of being emotional self-aware. Without the ability to realized one’s own emotions accurately Emotional Intelligence is very limited.
  • Emotional Intelligence

    1. 1. Emotion An affective state of consciousness in which joy, sorrow, fear, hate, or the like, is experienced.
    2. 2. Knowledge Understanding Ability Strategy Creativity Comprehension Imagination Discernment Reason Perception ConceptualizationBrilliance Intellect Intelligence
    3. 3. These Four Branches Will Be Explained Through the Elements: • Earth • Wind • Water and • Fire
    4. 4. Perceiving Emotion
    5. 5. Perceiving Emotions Received by observing the mannerisms and expressions of the body Sets the tone for how the emotion will manifest Each person can recognize there own emotions accurately The ability to interpret emotions accurately
    6. 6. Reasoning With Emotion
    7. 7. Reasoning With Emotion Connects the thought process and how the brain processes emotions
    8. 8. Understanding Emotion
    9. 9. Understanding Emotion Emotions are in charge of our behavior UNDERSTANDING how they affect us and how we react is crucial to becoming emotionally self aware
    10. 10. Managing Emotion
    11. 11. Managing Emotion A person needs to exhibit voluntary control of their emotions. For that a person should be aware of their emotional signals even those that are painful, and should block out those that are overwhelming. A person need have the ability regulate and manage one's own and others' emotions.
    12. 12. Emotional Intelligence is a Better Predictor of Success than IQ
    13. 13. Sales agents weak in emotional competencies such as self-confidence, initiative, and empathy sold policies with an average premium of $54,000. Compared to agents who scored high in a majority of emotional competencies, they sold policies worth an average of $114,000. - Cooper, Forbes
    14. 14. Bar-On Competency Test Consists of 133 items with four validity indices and a sophisticated correction factor rendering scores for the following components: • Intrapersonal (Self-Regard, Emotional Self- Awareness, Assertiveness, Independence, and Self- Actualization) • Interpersonal (Empathy, Social Responsibility, and Interpersonal Relationship) • Stress Management (Stress Tolerance and Impulse Control) • Adaptability (Reality Testing, Flexibility, and Problem Solving) • General Mood Scale (Optimism and Happiness)
    15. 15. Emotional Intelligence Sets the Standard for Success
    16. 16. For More Information Call: 845-206-4602 or visit www.Aspire4Business.com