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Emotional Intelligence PowerPoint and Emotional Intelligence Training


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Emotional Intelligence PowerPoint Training - This PowerPoint is 40 slides and it is professional narrated. You will see 20 slides in this introduction but the full program can be viewed at COPY WITH MOUSE-->

Emotional Intelligence PowerPoint is available as a DVD movie, Video, Web Course with Test and Certificate of Completion, or Sound-narrated PowerPoint Show. You own it. You keep it. We discuss the definition of emotional intelligence in this PowerPoint and how the model of Goldman who saw emotions as tools for people to use as way they can relate to and understand the world around them and how to employ this skill to more effective in ones social and occupational functioning. We discuss how emotional intelligence means the ability to perceive the emotions of others. We examine how being able to identify and be aware of one's own emotions, and how this ability relates to success in the business world. This emotional intelligence powerpoint also discusses how people who have high emotional intelligence use their emotions to better problem solve and relate to others at home and at work. A key aspect of emotional intelligence is the ability to read people like a book, but more precisely this comprehend others emotions in order understand how to adapt in a situation to match the expectations of others and what they need from you in order to be able to more effectively relate and communicate. Another aspect of emotional intelligence training in this PowerPoint is one's ability to manage one's emotions effectively so we tackle the issues of regulate emotions--controlling them consciously, which is a powerful skill to better manage one's stress, disallow emotions from getting in one's way of important tasks, and accomplish more because one's emotions are not weighing down the ability to cognitively consider steps, options, choices in personal and workplace achievement. If you want a PowerPoint Show on emotional intelligence, you will love this training program.

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Emotional Intelligence PowerPoint and Emotional Intelligence Training

  2. 2. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS2 INTRODUCTION One way to supercharge your effectiveness as a supervisor is by tapping into an area that you’ve probably never even heard of—your emotional intelligence. [ ] - see full program
  3. 3. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS3 INTRODUCTION Everyone has heard of IQ, but research suggests that your emotional intelligence, or EI, may be even an even greater predictor of success. [ ] - see full program
  4. 4. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS4 INTRODUCTION The more frequently you interact with people, the more your EI matters; which is why supervisors who have a high EI tend to outperform those who don’t. [ ] - see full program
  5. 5. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS5 WHAT IS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE? The idea of emotional intelligence has been around since the early 1990’s when author Daniel Goleman popularized the term in the title of his book, Emotional Intelligence. [ ] - see full program
  6. 6. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS6 WHAT IS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE? Goleman’s best seller built upon the work of two psychologists, John D. Mayor and Peter Salovey, who divide EI into four areas: 11 22 33 44 [ ] - see full program
  7. 7. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS7 WHAT IS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE? The capacity to accurately perceive emotions. 11 The capacity to use emotions to facilitate thinking. 22 The capacity to understand emotional meanings. 33 The capacity to manage emotions. 44 [ ] - see full program
  8. 8. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS8 WHAT IS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE? If that seems too academic for you, here’s the short of it—if you know anyone who’s a “people person,” then you’re most likely looking at someone who has a high EI. [ ] - see full program
  9. 9. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS9 WHY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE MATTERS Emotional intelligence isn’t about being soft or running a “feel good” operation. Rather, it’s a set of skills you can draw upon in order to get the most out of yourself and those around you. [ ] - see full program
  10. 10. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS10 WHY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE MATTERS Because people respond emotionally as well as logically to the world around them, you’re drawing on your emotional intelligence every time you deal with your employees, peers, and superiors. This is inescapable. [ ] - see full program
  11. 11. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS11 WHY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE MATTERS The only question is how well you’re able to use your EI to get the results you want. [ ] - see full program
  12. 12. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS12 THE ADVANTAGES OF DEVELOPING YOUR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE While some people are born with high emotional intelligence, it can also be developed through practice. Increasing your EI gives you several personal and professional advantages including: [ ] - see full program
  13. 13. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS13 THE ADVANTAGES OF DEVELOPING YOUR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Deeper personal relationships: Having a high EI allows you to be “in tune” with others, allowing for more meaningful, honest, and productive personal interactions. [ ] - see full program
  14. 14. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS14 THE ADVANTAGES OF DEVELOPING YOUR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Greater adaptability: Being able to read and understand the emotions of others helps you fit in quickly to new work cultures and understand how to work effectively with others. [ ] - see full program
  15. 15. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SUPERVISORS15 THE ADVANTAGES OF DEVELOPING YOUR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Increased personal insight: The quickest way to understand your own emotional triggers is to understand them in others. The more you develop your EI, the greater sense of self awareness you will have. [ ] - see full program