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Presented By .
Santosh Hanchanal
Dayanand sagar college Of Engineering
MBA (vtu)
Meaning
A strong feeling deriving from one's circumstances,
mood, or relationships with others.

Definition of Emotion
Acc...
Significance of Emotion
 Motivation
 Internal Signal

 Social Signal
 Leadership & Team Work
Significance of Emotion
 Conflict Management

 Decision Making
Positive Emotion Led to Organization Growth
Affect, Mode And Emotion and Their Significance
 Affect, Mode And Emotion are closely Intertwined
 Affect : affect is a ...
Mood
 Moods states like emotional responses to an object are

transistor or episodic affective reactions that occurs for
...
Mood
Mood
Mood
Emotions
 Emotions are reactions to a person.

 emotions when you are “happy about some thing,

angry at someone afraid ...
1)
2)
3)

4)
5)

Emotions
Caused by specific Event
Very brief in Duration
Specific and numerous in
nature (anger, fear , s...
Significance of Affect, Mode And Emotion in
organizations
1)
2)
3)
4)

5)
6)
7)

Job performance
Income
Distraction
Memory...
Basic Emotions
Dislike
Anger
Joy
Fear
Distress
Happiness

Affection
Surprise
Shame
Negative Emotions leads to Stress

Happiness
Negative Emotion May Demotivate People

Angriness
Emotions Build Relationship

Joy
Positive Emotions increases employ efficiency
Negative Emotions leads to Conflict
Video On Emotional Behavior

Original Link
Emotional Intelligence
 Definition
 According to Daniel Goleman

“Emotional Intelligence is the capacity for
recognizing...
Emotional Intelligence
 Involve a set of personal And social Ability of an

Individual in Increasing Organization efficie...
Emotional Intelligence
Self-awareness
Social awareness
Self-management

Relationship management
SELF-AWARENESS
“ NO ONE CAN MAKE YOU FEEL INFERIOR
WITHOUT YOUR PERMISSION”-ELEANOR
ROOSEVELT
Meaning of Self-awareness
 Knowing your own emotions.
 Understanding your thinking patterns and knowing

thinking patter...
Being Self-aware is to know:
 Our wants Vs needs
 Our strengths and weaknesses
 What motives us?
 Our achievements so ...
COMPONENTS OF SELF-AWARENESS

Learning
styles
Aptitudes
for specific
career

values

SELFAWARENESS

Academic
ability

habi...
WHY TO BE SELF-AWARE









Enhancing our thinking skills
Predicting and dealing with problems
Managing emotions...
Self-management
 Adaptability
 Achievement
 Optimism
 Initiative
 Emotional Self-Control Competence
 Conscientiousne...
Social awareness
 Empathy
 Service orientation

 Organization Awareness
Relationship management
 Inspiration
 Influence
 Change Catalyst
 Teamwork And Collaborations

 Developing others
 C...
Video On Emotional Behavior

Original Link
Video On Emotional Behavior

Charlie Chaplin (with
Serbian sub).mp4
Queries ???
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  1. 1. Presented By . Santosh Hanchanal Dayanand sagar college Of Engineering MBA (vtu)
  2. 2. Meaning A strong feeling deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others. Definition of Emotion According MC Dougal “Emotion is a mode of Experience that accompanies The Working Of an Instinctive Act”
  3. 3. Significance of Emotion  Motivation  Internal Signal  Social Signal  Leadership & Team Work
  4. 4. Significance of Emotion  Conflict Management  Decision Making
  5. 5. Positive Emotion Led to Organization Growth
  6. 6. Affect, Mode And Emotion and Their Significance  Affect, Mode And Emotion are closely Intertwined  Affect : affect is a generic term that covers a broad range of a feelings that people experience,  It refers any evaluative (positive or negative)orientation toward any object  It may be viewed as a quality (goodness or badness)
  7. 7. Mood  Moods states like emotional responses to an object are transistor or episodic affective reactions that occurs for Long Period
  8. 8. Mood
  9. 9. Mood
  10. 10. Mood
  11. 11. Emotions  Emotions are reactions to a person.  emotions when you are “happy about some thing, angry at someone afraid of something”
  12. 12. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Emotions Caused by specific Event Very brief in Duration Specific and numerous in nature (anger, fear , sadness, happiness , disgust, Surprise) Usually accompanied by distinct facial expressions Action oriented in nature Moods 1) Cause is often general and unclear . 2) Last longer than emotions (hours or days). 3) More general (two main dimensions – positive effect and negative effect – that are composed of multiple specific emotions). 4) Generally not indicated by distinct expressions. 5) Cognitive in nature.
  13. 13. Significance of Affect, Mode And Emotion in organizations 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Job performance Income Distraction Memory Decision Quality Evaluation Cooperation
  14. 14. Basic Emotions Dislike Anger Joy Fear Distress Happiness Affection Surprise Shame
  15. 15. Negative Emotions leads to Stress Happiness
  16. 16. Negative Emotion May Demotivate People Angriness
  17. 17. Emotions Build Relationship Joy
  18. 18. Positive Emotions increases employ efficiency
  19. 19. Negative Emotions leads to Conflict
  20. 20. Video On Emotional Behavior Original Link
  21. 21. Emotional Intelligence  Definition  According to Daniel Goleman “Emotional Intelligence is the capacity for recognizing our own fallings and those of others, for managing our emotions and motivating our self ”
  22. 22. Emotional Intelligence  Involve a set of personal And social Ability of an Individual in Increasing Organization efficiency  It is the Tool of Motivation
  23. 23. Emotional Intelligence Self-awareness Social awareness Self-management Relationship management
  24. 24. SELF-AWARENESS “ NO ONE CAN MAKE YOU FEEL INFERIOR WITHOUT YOUR PERMISSION”-ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
  25. 25. Meaning of Self-awareness  Knowing your own emotions.  Understanding your thinking patterns and knowing thinking pattern you use in certain events.  Understanding your strengths and weaknesses.  Knowing what motives you and what you want.  Awareness of how impact/influence other.
  26. 26. Being Self-aware is to know:  Our wants Vs needs  Our strengths and weaknesses  What motives us?  Our achievements so far  How to relate to others?  Our needs to improve as a person  Our most important beliefs and values
  27. 27. COMPONENTS OF SELF-AWARENESS Learning styles Aptitudes for specific career values SELFAWARENESS Academic ability habits personality
  28. 28. WHY TO BE SELF-AWARE         Enhancing our thinking skills Predicting and dealing with problems Managing emotions Managing stress Maintaining a high level of emotion Developing leadership skills Being confident and openminded and Make informed decision.
  29. 29. Self-management  Adaptability  Achievement  Optimism  Initiative  Emotional Self-Control Competence  Conscientiousness
  30. 30. Social awareness  Empathy  Service orientation  Organization Awareness
  31. 31. Relationship management  Inspiration  Influence  Change Catalyst  Teamwork And Collaborations  Developing others  Conflict Management
  32. 32. Video On Emotional Behavior Original Link
  33. 33. Video On Emotional Behavior Charlie Chaplin (with Serbian sub).mp4
  34. 34. Queries ???
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