Emotional Intelligence Success Bundle
Take advantage of this incredible Emotional Intelligence Success Bundle that contain these valuable training components:
- Emotional Intelligence Course Ebook
- Emotional Intelligence Checklist Ebook
- Emotional Intelligence Infographic
- Emotional Intelligence Checklist
- Emotional Intelligence Audios
- . . . And Much More!
Emotional Intelligence Ebook:
If IQ is 'Intelligence Quotient', then 'EQ' is 'Emotional Quotient' or 'Emotional Intelligence'. Put simply, this measure represents your ability to understand other people and to influence their decision-making processes for your own ends. While that might sound manipulative - and it certainly can make manipulation easier - it is also important simply to aid in the development and strengthening of relationships and to help you get on with other people.
The Power of EQ
In a business setting or in many other arenas, emotional intelligence can actually be more valuable than IQ.
Think about it for a moment; as an employer, who would you rather work with? Someone who was attentive, who listened to what you had to say, who could communicate well and who was able to change the opinions of others? Or someone who was great at math but couldn't get on with the team? The vast majority of business is to do with communication and working with other people and thus is a highly valuable skill.
Outside of work, emotional intelligence is also highly important. This is what makes someone a great parent - the ability to sympathize with their children and to motivate them to behave in a certain way. Likewise, it is also undoubtedly the biggest factor when it come to finding and securing a romantic relationship.
Emotional Intelligence can be 'learned' to an extent While our own emotions might be heavily influenced by our genetics and neurochemistry, learning how others act and increasing our memory and attention can help us to improve our EQ.
Emotional Intelligence Course Ebook:
EI is the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions in both yourself and others, individually and in groups. It is a human being's natural ability to understand and interpret emotions. We do this every day without realizing there is a term for it.
The idea of emotional intelligence emerged in the early 1990s. The concept was developed by two psychologists and researchers, Peter Salovey and John Mayer, but it became more widely known through Daniel Goleman's 1995 best-seller Emotional Intelligence: Why It Matters More Than IQ.
Salavoy and Mayer defined emotional intelligence as, "the subset of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one's own and others' feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them and to use this information to guide one's thinking and actions”.
What's important is that it involves two separate abilities: 1) the ability to recognize, understand, and manage, and 2) the ability to influence. In other words, EI allows you to be more self-aware and thus make better decisions.
It can also come in handy when selling, persuading co-workers or employees, or solving problems. You can harness your emotions and use them for problem-solving tasks.
Daniel Goleman, also a psychologist, expanded on the original idea by focusing on EI as five competencies or "pillars" (Here are 2 of them):
People who have a healthy sense of self-awareness are what you might call
"comfortable in their own skin". They maintain a good understanding of their
own emotions and how their emotions impact those around them. Self-awareness usually includes a healthy level of self-confidence and an ability to laugh at yourself.
In addition to understanding their own emotions, people who are emotionally
intelligent can demonstrate maturity and restraint when revealing them.
They don't suppress or repress emotions, but employ judgment and control
when expressing them. They think before acting and they are open to
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