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Why Smart People Fail: The role of emotional intelligence in project success.

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This talk explores the role emotional intelligence plays in delivering successful projects. It uses the Bar-On dimensions and cites a cool project by Dr. Ashlea Troth at Griffin University in Australia. I preface it by talking about what a galactic nerd I was and how difficult it was to fit in. We all relate, right? :-)

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Why Smart People Fail: The role of emotional intelligence in project success.

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  7. 7. THE GREAT TRAIT VS. ABILITY
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  9. 9. self-awareness and self-concept nondestructive expression effective goal setting er 8 Q/ , self-management self-reliance Bar-On / MHS: Dimensions of El ,9 *9
  10. 10. 5 ; J) interpersonal" — recognition of j others’ emotions , ~’ management of others’ emotions creating effective relationships
  11. 11. V. ’ adaptahili change management coping skills problem solving skills at fear-on / MHS: Dimensions of El
  12. 12. controlling emotions retaining logic in the face of stress “| et emotions work for, and not against you”
  13. 13. ersonal‘ interp I‘ ~ 1, __ Bar-On / MHS: Dimensions of El — 5%? % I L '- ‘OOCDW r’. _L
  14. 14. a. k.a. why does this matter?
  15. 15. ILVAI S‘N'.5Eli-$I'$ P: - the tPotl3I PxFPlQTlllPii’[ Dr. Ashlea Troth Griffith University Brisbane, Australia s
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  19. 19. trust your team a - —4. '. _ an pooled resources theory: (Dr. Suzanne Bell. DePaul University. Chicago. Illinois) team members will naturally pick up each others’ “emotional slack”
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  23. 23. Further Reading: Bar-On. R. & Parker, J. D.A. (2000). Handbook of emotional intelligence. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Bell, S. T. (2007). Deep-level composition variables as predictors of team performance: a meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92(3). 595-615. Bracken, M. . Rivers, S. E., & Salovey, P. (2011). Emotional intelligence: implications for personal, social, academic, and workplace success. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 5. 88-103. Dacre Pool, L. , & Qualter, P. (2013). Emotional self-efficacy, graduate employability. and career satisfaction: Testing the associations. Australian Journal of Psychology, ahead of print. Keefer, K. V., Parker, J. D.A. . & Wood. LM. (2012). Trait emotional intelligence and university graduation outcomes: Using latent profile analysis to identify students at risk for degree non-completion. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 30. 402-413. Mayer. J. D., Caurso. D. R. & Salovey. P. ( 1999). Emotional Intelligence meets traditional standards for Intelligence. Intelligence. 27. 267-298. Nelis, D. . Kotsou, I. , Quoidbach, 1., Hanscnne. M. , Weytens. F. . Dupuis. R, & Mikolaiczak. M. (2011). Increasing emotional competence improves psychological and physical wellbeing, social relationships and employability. Emotion. I I . 354-366. Perera, H. N. & DiGiacomo, M. (2013). The relationship of trait emotional intelligence with academic performance: A meta- analytic review. Learning and Individual Differences, 28, 20-33. Salovey, P. . & Mayer, J. D. (1990). Emotional intelligence. Imagination. Cognition. and Personality, 9, 185-211. Troth. A. C.. Jordan, P. J., Lawrence. S. A. & Tse. H. M. (2011). A multilevel model of emotional skills, communication performance, and task perfonnance in teams. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 33(5), 700-722.
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