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BARRIERS IN
DEVELOPING
EI
Meken Zhetibayev
Makhambet Khairulla
01
Causes of low emotional intelligence can be
attributed to various factors, including genetics,
upbringing, social environment, personal habits
and lifestyle, and mental health.
Emotional intelligence, also known as emotional quotient (EQ), is the ability to
recognize, understand, and manage one's emotions, as well as the emotions of others.
People with high emotional intelligence are able to regulate their emotions effectively,
communicate well with others, and handle interpersonal relationships with ease.
However, individuals with low emotional intelligence may struggle with these skills,
which can impact their personal and professional lives.
02
Genetics
1.
03
Like many other personality traits,
emotional intelligence can be
partially influenced by genetic
factors. Studies have found that
certain genes may be associated
with emotional intelligence, but the
extent of their influence is still
unclear.
2. Upbringing and
childhood
experiences
04
Statement 1
Childhood experiences, such as a lack of emotional
support, neglect, or abuse, can contribute to difficulties
in understanding and managing emotions later in life.
Statement 2
Children who do not receive adequate emotional
support and attention from their parents may struggle
with emotional regulation and may have difficulty
expressing their feelings.
3. Social environment
Social factors such as culture, family values, and education
can also impact emotional intelligence. Growing up in an
environment where emotions are suppressed or not
discussed openly can lead to difficulties in recognizing and
managing emotions. Additionally, cultural factors may
influence how emotions are expressed and perceived, which
can impact emotional intelligence.
05
4. Personal habits and
lifestyle
Lifestyle factors such as lack of sleep,
poor nutrition, and high levels of stress
can interfere with emotional processing
and decision making. Chronic stress, in
particular, can impact emotional
intelligence by impairing the ability to
regulate emotions and make clear
decisions.
06
5. Mental health
Certain mental health conditions, such as
depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress
disorder (PTSD), can impair emotional
intelligence. Individuals with these conditions
may struggle with emotional regulation, have
difficulty expressing their emotions, and may
experience social isolation as a result.
07
6.
EMOTIONAL
EXPRESSION
Social norms can impact how individuals
express their emotions. In some cultures,
emotional expression is encouraged, while
in others, it may be considered
inappropriate or even shameful. People
who grow up in cultures that discourage
emotional expression may struggle with
recognizing and managing their own
emotions, which can lead to low emotional
intelligence.
08
BTW
In addition to these factors, there are other
potential causes of low emotional intelligence
that should be considered. For example,
individuals who lack self-awareness may have
difficulty recognizing their own emotions, which
can impact their ability to regulate them.
Additionally, individuals who lack empathy or
have difficulty understanding the emotions of
others may struggle with interpersonal
relationships.
Self awareness
Empathy
09
7. EMPATHY
Understanding
other's
emotions
Social norms can influence the development of
empathy, which is a key component of emotional
intelligence. In cultures that prioritize
individualism over collectivism, individuals may be
less likely to consider the feelings of others and
may have a harder time empathizing with them.
10
8. Emotional regulation
Social norms can impact how individuals regulate
their emotions. For example, in cultures that value
emotional control, individuals may learn to suppress
their emotions, which can lead to difficulties in
recognizing and managing them effectively.
11
9.
SOCIALIZATION
This can lead to
difficulties in
recognizing and
managing emotions
later in life.
Social norms can impact the
socialization of children and
their emotional development.
Parents and caregivers may
teach children to express
certain emotions while
suppressing others, depending
on cultural norms.
12
10.
GROUPTHINK
Social norms can create a
phenomenon known as groupthink,
in which individuals conform to the
opinions and behaviors of the group
rather than expressing their own
opinions.
This can lead to a lack of critical
thinking and emotional
intelligence, as individuals may
not fully explore their own
emotions and opinions.
1
You are
wothless
Ha, garbage
sadasdasdas
da
13
Parental support
There have been several studies that have explored the link between upbringing and
emotional intelligence. While it is difficult to establish a causal relationship between
the two, there is evidence to suggest that certain aspects of upbringing can have an
impact on emotional intelligence. Below are some key statistics from research in this
area:
Childhood adversity
Emotional coaching
Attachment style
14
11. Parental
support
A study published in the Journal of Family
Psychology found that parental support during
childhood was positively associated with
emotional intelligence in adulthood.
Specifically, individuals who reported higher
levels of parental support had higher levels
of emotional intelligence as adults.
15
12. Childhood
adversity
Childhood adversity, such as abuse,
neglect, or family conflict, can
have a negative impact on emotional
development. A study published in
the Journal of Personality found
that individuals who experienced
childhood adversity had lower
levels of emotional intelligence
than those who did not.
16
Emotional coaching is a parenting style that
involves teaching children to identify and
regulate their emotions. A study published
in the Journal of Marriage and Family found
that children who received emotional
coaching from their parents had higher
levels of emotional intelligence than those
who did not.
13. Emotional
coaching
17
14. Attachment style
18
Attachment theory suggests that the quality of the
relationship between a child and their primary
caregiver can impact the child's emotional
development. A study published in the Journal of
Personality and Social Psychology found that
individuals who had a secure attachment style
(i.e., a strong bond with their primary caregiver)
had higher emotional intelligence than those with
an insecure attachment style.
Find new
information?
19
Then thanks for your
attention!
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Presentation - EI barriers.pdf

  • 2. Causes of low emotional intelligence can be attributed to various factors, including genetics, upbringing, social environment, personal habits and lifestyle, and mental health. Emotional intelligence, also known as emotional quotient (EQ), is the ability to recognize, understand, and manage one's emotions, as well as the emotions of others. People with high emotional intelligence are able to regulate their emotions effectively, communicate well with others, and handle interpersonal relationships with ease. However, individuals with low emotional intelligence may struggle with these skills, which can impact their personal and professional lives. 02
  • 3. Genetics 1. 03 Like many other personality traits, emotional intelligence can be partially influenced by genetic factors. Studies have found that certain genes may be associated with emotional intelligence, but the extent of their influence is still unclear.
  • 4. 2. Upbringing and childhood experiences 04 Statement 1 Childhood experiences, such as a lack of emotional support, neglect, or abuse, can contribute to difficulties in understanding and managing emotions later in life. Statement 2 Children who do not receive adequate emotional support and attention from their parents may struggle with emotional regulation and may have difficulty expressing their feelings.
  • 5. 3. Social environment Social factors such as culture, family values, and education can also impact emotional intelligence. Growing up in an environment where emotions are suppressed or not discussed openly can lead to difficulties in recognizing and managing emotions. Additionally, cultural factors may influence how emotions are expressed and perceived, which can impact emotional intelligence. 05
  • 6. 4. Personal habits and lifestyle Lifestyle factors such as lack of sleep, poor nutrition, and high levels of stress can interfere with emotional processing and decision making. Chronic stress, in particular, can impact emotional intelligence by impairing the ability to regulate emotions and make clear decisions. 06
  • 7. 5. Mental health Certain mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), can impair emotional intelligence. Individuals with these conditions may struggle with emotional regulation, have difficulty expressing their emotions, and may experience social isolation as a result. 07
  • 8. 6. EMOTIONAL EXPRESSION Social norms can impact how individuals express their emotions. In some cultures, emotional expression is encouraged, while in others, it may be considered inappropriate or even shameful. People who grow up in cultures that discourage emotional expression may struggle with recognizing and managing their own emotions, which can lead to low emotional intelligence. 08
  • 9. BTW In addition to these factors, there are other potential causes of low emotional intelligence that should be considered. For example, individuals who lack self-awareness may have difficulty recognizing their own emotions, which can impact their ability to regulate them. Additionally, individuals who lack empathy or have difficulty understanding the emotions of others may struggle with interpersonal relationships. Self awareness Empathy 09
  • 10. 7. EMPATHY Understanding other's emotions Social norms can influence the development of empathy, which is a key component of emotional intelligence. In cultures that prioritize individualism over collectivism, individuals may be less likely to consider the feelings of others and may have a harder time empathizing with them. 10
  • 11. 8. Emotional regulation Social norms can impact how individuals regulate their emotions. For example, in cultures that value emotional control, individuals may learn to suppress their emotions, which can lead to difficulties in recognizing and managing them effectively. 11
  • 12. 9. SOCIALIZATION This can lead to difficulties in recognizing and managing emotions later in life. Social norms can impact the socialization of children and their emotional development. Parents and caregivers may teach children to express certain emotions while suppressing others, depending on cultural norms. 12
  • 13. 10. GROUPTHINK Social norms can create a phenomenon known as groupthink, in which individuals conform to the opinions and behaviors of the group rather than expressing their own opinions. This can lead to a lack of critical thinking and emotional intelligence, as individuals may not fully explore their own emotions and opinions. 1 You are wothless Ha, garbage sadasdasdas da 13
  • 14. Parental support There have been several studies that have explored the link between upbringing and emotional intelligence. While it is difficult to establish a causal relationship between the two, there is evidence to suggest that certain aspects of upbringing can have an impact on emotional intelligence. Below are some key statistics from research in this area: Childhood adversity Emotional coaching Attachment style 14
  • 15. 11. Parental support A study published in the Journal of Family Psychology found that parental support during childhood was positively associated with emotional intelligence in adulthood. Specifically, individuals who reported higher levels of parental support had higher levels of emotional intelligence as adults. 15
  • 16. 12. Childhood adversity Childhood adversity, such as abuse, neglect, or family conflict, can have a negative impact on emotional development. A study published in the Journal of Personality found that individuals who experienced childhood adversity had lower levels of emotional intelligence than those who did not. 16
  • 17. Emotional coaching is a parenting style that involves teaching children to identify and regulate their emotions. A study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family found that children who received emotional coaching from their parents had higher levels of emotional intelligence than those who did not. 13. Emotional coaching 17
  • 18. 14. Attachment style 18 Attachment theory suggests that the quality of the relationship between a child and their primary caregiver can impact the child's emotional development. A study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology found that individuals who had a secure attachment style (i.e., a strong bond with their primary caregiver) had higher emotional intelligence than those with an insecure attachment style.
  • 20. Then thanks for your attention! 20