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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

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Sneha Pant

on 21 September 2014

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Transcript of EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
What’s going to happen in next 20 minutes?
A Definition
Emotional Intelligence is “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. Emotional Intelligence describes ability distinct from, but complimentary to, academic intelligence.”

-- Daniel Goleman (1998)

Emotions and the Brain
Neo Cortex (Higher Brain)
A Definition
Emotions and the Brain
Understanding Emotional and Intelligence Quotient
High EQ/ Low EQ
Why Emotional Intelligence Matters in the Schools?
Why Emotional Intelligence Matters in the Workplace?
EQ Competencies that Correlate to Workplace Success
Conclusion



Amygdala (Lower Brain)
EXTREME FORMS
Without an Amygdala

Without any control on it

Deadpan!

Hulk!

Understanding Emotional and Intelligence Quotient
High EQ/Low EQ
 Why Emotional Intelligence Matters in the Children/Student?
 Why Emotional Intelligence Matters in the Workplace?

IQ
EQ
Gets one hired
Gets one promoted
Gets one fired
Professional Success
A TEAM OF FROGS

Once upon a time there was a bunch of baby frogs........ participating in a competition.

One by one the frogs fell off…


The crowd was yelling:

It’s too difficult. Nobody is going to make it!


On Your Mark, GET...SET...GO...
...But one kept going higher and higher…

At the end everybody had given up, except the one determined to reach the top!

WINNER
And finally reached!

But how did he manage?

What was his secret?

The truth was…….
The winner was deaf!!!!

FROG RACE
The target was to get
to the top of a
high tower....

None of the onlookers believed that the frogs could do it...

Ah! It’s too difficult!!!
They’ll never reach the top.
No chance... the tower is too high!

-they said


MORAL OF THE STORY


Turn a deaf ear when people say you can’t.
EQ Competencies that Correlate to Workplace Success
CONCLUSION
The X Factor for Success
Presented By:

Sneha Pant

RELATIONSHIP
IMAGINE
You are deep asleep…

There’s a big bang near the ear!

Neo Cortex (Higher Brain)

High IQ
High EQ
I'm much intelligent than him
but he got promoted :(
DO YOU KNOW WHY
standard intelligence along is not enough to predict performance in an individual???
Emotion is
e
-nergy in
motion.
(Switchboard of Information)
(Rational Thought)
(The Fear Factory /The Fuse Box)
When a strong enough stimulus is received through the senses, part of the signal is sent directly to the
Amygdala
,
the emotional center of the brain
, before the rational side of the brain has a chance to determine the appropriate response.
"Emotional and Cognitive Intelligence have to interact in order for us to function in the world. "
Understanding Emotion vs Understanding Information
In early stages of your life IQ plays a vital role.
More IQ: good grasping, understanding & learning ability.
As one grows in life mere IQ will not help.
Understand emotions, get more success
Emotional Quotient is how one measures Emotional Intelligence.

Intelligence Quotient (IQ) is essentially a score derived from a standardized test to assess the intelligence of a person.
Emotions serve a biological purpose
High levels of EI: able to understand the physical, mental, and social impact that negative emotions have
people with a high level of EI more successful in their careers
Developing emotional intelligence in children.
Children are often overwhelmed by their feelings. They don’t always know how to manage them.
Neutral statements like this, helps them think clearly and make decisions.
“You know, Maybe I will just play with Ruthie when her friends aren’t around.”
Challenge at work
How did it make you feel?
More problems than expected
Less EI: get stopped by setbacks
How long did it take for you to ‘get past’ the situation and move on to being productive again?
Thank You!
Empathy
Understanding others
Communication
Leadership
Collaboration and cooperation
Personal Competencies
Emotional awareness
Accurate self-assessment
Self-confidence
Self-control
Trustworthiness
Conscientiousness
Achievement drive
Commitment
Initiative
Optimism



Social Competencies
Self Regulation
Self Awareness
Motivation
X-PM and his advisor
Amygdala
Neo-Cortex
Kathy
Kathy's mom
“We can’t truly be happy and productive until we’re aware of our feelings and what caused them.”
How do companies convert a one-time customer into regular customer?
Nowadays, organizations focus on EQ.
"IQ coupled with EQ will bring success to your life."
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