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Emotional Intelligence

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Daniel Smith

on 17 March 2016

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Transcript of Emotional Intelligence

EQ is Important!
Strong predictor of success, happiness, effectiveness etc

Skills: EQ can be developed and improved by
Your Assessment
The assessment we gave you is as useful and valid as you make it. Be honest. But even if you are, it won't be perfect...

Intended to offer you insights and areas to work on: Your assessment is not who you are.
Tool #1: Intention
What do you want? Really? And what do you want that for??

All behaviour has positive intent.
Even if it doesn't seem that way, everything we do is done for a purpose. By becoming more aware, we can be more congruent, aligned and effective, and we can better understand and negotiate with others.
Tool #3: Calibration
Tool #2: 3rd Position
See yourself and your situation from the perspective of a non-involved, objective observer.

Use to coach yourself, coach others, and better understand where to go from here.
Consider a goal. Your 'undesired' behaviour. Your relationship.
Components of EQ
You can think of the skills having two dimensions: Intrapersonal (Self) vs Interpersonal (Relationships) and Awareness vs Management, giving four skill sets:

Relationship Awareness
Relationship Management
Emotional Intelligence
in Communication
Daniel Smith

While the world is happening around you, are you noticing?

Watch, listen and feel carefully, both for others' and your own responses.
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