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Title: Emotional Intelligence


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Emotional Intelligence
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What is Intelligence?
  • Typically focused on
  • analytic reasoning
  • verbal skills
  • attention
  • memory
  • judgement

3
IQ
  • A weak predictor for
  • achievement
  • job performance success
  • overall success, wealth, happiness
  • Accounts for a major component of employment
    success according to numbers of studies covering
    career success maybe as much as 10-20.

4
E
Q
Emotional Intelligence
EQ? What is that?
  • The demonstration of a positive attitude,
    respect, and healthy patterns of behavior towards
    self and others

5
IQ vs. EQ
  • EQ
  • Not fixed
  • Can be improved throughout life
  • IQ
  • Established by mid-teens
  • Cant increase
  • Predicts only 10 20 of life success

6
IQ vs. EQ
  • Gets you hired.
  • Helps you develop a perfect business plan.
  • Helps you deal with the daily routine..
  • Helps you become an efficient manager.
  • Gets you promoted.
  • Turns it into a successful enterprise.
  • Helps you thrive through change and uncertainty.
  • Helps you become a great leader.

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What is Emotional Intelligence (EI)?
The capacity for recognizing our own feelings and
those of others, for motivating ourselves, and
for managing emotions well in ourselves and in
our relationships.
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More potent predictors of career success
  • Ability to handle frustrations
  • manage own emotions
  • manage own social skills

Do you know any highly intelligent people who
arent socially adept?
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Importance of EI in Career Development
  • The higher you go, the more EI matters--the more
    SOCIAL COMPETENCE matters

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Why EI is Important?
  • More emotionally intelligent people will be -
  • Able to create more meaningful work, and working
    environments, for themselves and others
  • More able to respond to the needs of the moment
    and, therefore, be more effective
  • More aware of their responsibility to themselves,
    their colleagues and the planet
  • Able to live more meaningful and fulfilling lives

11
Q
E
Emotional Intelligence - Components
Self Awareness
Handling Emotions
Empathy
EQ
Social Skills
Motivation
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Emotional Intelligence Map
Self-Awareness Emotional Awareness
Accurate Self-Assessment
Self-Confidence Self Management
Self Control Trustworthiness Adapta
bility Innovation
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Emotional Intelligence Map
Empathy Understand Others Developing
Others Service Orientation Leveraging
Diversity Motivation Achievement
Drive Commitment
Initiative Optimism
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Emotional Intelligence Map
Social Skills Influence Communication
Conflict Management Leadership Change
Catalyst Building Bond Collaboration Team
Building
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EQ AND AGE
Standard EQ Score (based on comparison to
general population norms/ 100 average) Age
group Average EQ 16 to 19
095.3 20 to 29 096.8 30 to 39
101.8 40 to 49 102.7 50
101.5
Emotional Intelligence and Age
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Analyzing Emotions
  • Negative Emotions (Symptoms)
  • Poor working conditions
  • Lack of job security
  • Poor career prospects
  • Constant fear of change
  • Inter departmental conflicts
  • Consequences
  • Absenteeism
  • Lack of motivation
  • Increase in customer complaints
  • Loss of faith

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How do positive emotions support achievement?
  • Intellect and reasoning cannot work at their
    best without emotional intelligence.
  • Positive moods enhance flexibility of thinking
  • Optimism can be a predictor of achievement

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How to Improve Your EQ
  • A genetic contribution is likely
  • Conduct a personal inventory.
  • Understand and acknowledge emotions of others
  • Analyze the setting identify skills needed.
  • Take responsibility of your emotions
  • Listening for the lessons of feelings
  • Learn from your mistakes.
  • Developing listening skills
  • Dont expect immediate results.
  • Practice, practice, practice.

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EI for Leadership and Team Building
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Requirement and Guidelines For EI Training
  • Step 1 Preparation
  • Step 2 Training
  • Step 3 Application
  • Step 4 Evaluation
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