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Emotional Intelligence

Virtual discussion lead presentation in the online section of the Managing People Summer 2015 created by the team of: Norvel Crandall, Jason Hall and Matt Richards
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Matt Richards

on 16 June 2015

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Transcript of Emotional Intelligence

-is the ability to recognize one's own and other people's emotions, to discriminate between different feelings and label them appropriately, and to use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior.
Leadership
-The most effective leaders are thought to have a high degree of emotional intelligence.
What it really means
-Emotional intelligence is the ability to handle and recognize emotion in ones self and others

-The ability to control ones emotions in frustrating or intense circumstances
Definition
What is Emotional Intelligence? (EQ)
Emotional Intelligence
Activity
Self analyze 2 times in your professional career in which you showed yourself, or saw another person in a leadership position show high emotional intelligence. Document it on the discussion board. Make sure you comment on 2 other people's posts as well.
Emotional Intelligence in Education
Emotional Intelligence
in Business
NY Times
How to Be Emotionally Intelligent

"What makes a great leader? Knowledge, smarts and vision, to be sure. To that, Daniel Goleman, author of
Leadership: The Power of Emotional Intelligence
, would add the ability to identify and monitor emotions -- your own and others-- and to manage relationships. Qualities associated with such emotional intelligence distinguish the best leaders in the corporate world..."

Bibliography: Goleman, Daniel. 'How To Be Emotionally Intelligent'. Nytimes.com. N.p., 2015. Web. 13 June 2015.

DentistryIQ.com
Tuesday Tip from Pride Institute: What is Emotional Intelligence, and what’s it got to do with my dental practice?

"In almost every book I’ve ever read on key leadership traits, the need/desire for Emotional Intelligence (EI) continues to place in the top 10."

Bibliography: Dentistryiq.com,. 'Tuesday Tip From Pride Institute: What Is Emotional Intelligence, And What’s It Got To Do With My Dental Practice?'. N.p., 2015. Web. 13 June 2015.

Additional Resources:
Forbes
Why You Need Emotional Intelligence To Succeed

"Your emotional intelligence is the foundation for a host of critical skills; it impacts most everything you do and say each day."

Bibliography: Bradberry, Travis. 'Why You Need Emotional Intelligence To Succeed'. Forbes. N.p., 2015. Web. 13 June 2015.

Harvard Business Review
How Emotional Intelligence Became a Key Leadership Skill

"Collectively they form an impressive and growing body of evidence suggesting the integrated nature of our rational and emotional selves and the impossibility and inadvisability of separating the two at work."

Bibliography: Harvard Business Review,. 'How Emotional Intelligence Became A Key Leadership Skill'. N.p., 2015. Web. 13 June 2015
Valuewalk.com
Best Books On Emotional Intelligence

"In and out of the workplace, people with high EI tend to be the most successful. They are confident, open, honest and friendly. American psychologist Daniel Goleman identified the following five characteristics of emotional intelligence: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills. The good news is that these seemingly in-born skills can be learned and developed. There is no shortage of books and articles to help you get started on this process."

Bibliography: Valuewalk.com,. 'Best Books On Emotional Intelligence'. N.p., 2015. Web. 13 June 2015.
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