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Emotional Intelligence (EI)

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Anastasia Zamora

on 31 August 2016

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Emotional Intelligence (EI)
What is Emotional Intelligence all about?
EI is an assortment of abilities and skills that can help you successfully manage your personal and professional life.

It enables you to:
Know yourself on a deeper level
Control your emotions
Show empathy with the feelings of others
Use social skills in an effective and pleasant way.
This involves:
A Question of Culture
In the Victoria period emotion was linked to hysteria.

For many years, emotion was a '
female'
issue.

Urban and workplace environments became a dangerous place to be
Emotional Intelligence at Work
Mindfulness vs. Emoting
Using Emotional Intelligence
Ride the
momentum
when it comes
IQ vs EI
Cognitive Intelligence
Social Intelligence
Using emotional reasoning:
being able to enhance rather than restrict your thinking.
Assertiveness vs Confrontation
Empathy vs. Sympathy
Mindfulness:
understanding yourself and others
Being in Control
of your own thoughts emotions and needs
Being Positive
and self-motivated, particularly in the face of setbacks
Using empathy:
being able to put yourself in others' shoes
Communicating effectively
to build productive relationships
Have a
vision
for your life.
Fuel your
passion
Work hard
enough to get results
Take time for
mindfulness
Put
positive
thoughts into your mind
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