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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”
Significance of Emotion
Leadership & Team Work
Significance of Emotion
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
It refers any evaluative (positive or negative)orientation toward any object
It may be viewed as a quality (goodness or badness)
Moods states like emotional responses to an object are
transistor or episodic affective reactions that occurs for
Emotions are reactions to a person.
emotions when you are “happy about some thing,
angry at someone afraid of something”
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
1) Cause is often general and
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
4) Generally not indicated by
5) Cognitive in nature.
Significance of Affect, Mode And Emotion in
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 ”
Involve a set of personal And social Ability of an
Individual in Increasing Organization efficiency
It is the Tool of Motivation
“ NO ONE CAN MAKE YOU FEEL INFERIOR
WITHOUT YOUR PERMISSION”-ELEANOR
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.
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
COMPONENTS OF SELF-AWARENESS
WHY TO BE SELF-AWARE
Enhancing our thinking skills
Predicting and dealing with problems
Maintaining a high level of emotion
Developing leadership skills
Being confident and openminded and
Make informed decision.