emotional intelligence.-a simple approach

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Emotion plays a very important role in your life.An intelligent management of emotion with highest level of self discipline will ensure your success.

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  • 1. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE MAJ RATHEESAN NAIR

2. WE COME ACROSS CERTAIN SITUATIONS IN LIFE ! 3. THIS HAPPENS WHEN WE NEGLECT TO MANAGE OUR EMOTIONS 4. FRENCH WORD MOUVOIR IS A CONSCIOUS EXPERIENCE, SUCH AS LOVE, HATE, FEAR, ANGER, JEALOUSY AND JOY ARE BRIEF IN DURATION CONSIST OF A COORDINATED SET OF RESPONSES INCLUDE VERBAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL, BEHAVIOURAL AND NEURAL MECHANISMS4 EMOTION 5. EXPRESSIONS 6. MEANING OF LIFE ROBOTIC LIFE COURSE OF ACTION STATE OF HEALTH 7 WHY EMOTIONS 7. THE ABILITY TO LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE REASONING PROBLEM SOLVING SKILL ADAPT THE SURROUNDING ENVIRONMENT MODIFIED ALPHA EXAM-F9 8 INTELLIGENCE 8. ABILITY TO IDENTIFY, ASSESS, AND CONTROL THE EMOTIONS OF : ONESELF OTHERS THE GROUPS 9 EMOTIONALINTELLIGENCE 9. DIFFERENT WAY OF BEING SMART KNOWING ONES FEELINGS USING FEELINGS TO MAKE GOOD DECISIONS A SOCIAL SKILL- GETTING ALONG WITH OTHER PEOPLE MANAGING EMOTIONS IN RELATIONSHIPS BEING ABLE TO PERSUADE OR LEAD OTHERS 10 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 10. IS NOT ABOUT BEING NICE ALL THE TIME IT IS ABOUT BEING HONEST IQ IS NECESSARY BUT EQ ALLOWS THE STARS TO RISE TO THE TOP EQ AND IQ ARE NOT HIGHLY CORRELATED EQ IS ESTIMATED TO ACCOUNT FOR GREATER OCCUPATIONAL SUCCESS 11 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 11. EQ IS THE DISTINGUISHING FACTOR THAT HELP US TO MAINTAIN A WARM RELATIONSHIP OR A DISTANT CONTACT 12. VARIOUS SCALES, BY MEANS OF INVENTORIES SPECIALLY CONSTRUCTED BY EXPERTS A COMMON & MOST ACCEPTABLE METHOD YET TO EVOLVE MSCEIT- MEASURES FUNDAMENTAL ABILITIES OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE EQ-I MEASURES THE NON-INTELLECTIVE FACTORS THAT IMPACT EMOTIONALLY-INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOR AS REPORTED BY THE PERSON. 13 MEASURING 13. EQ-I AND AGE DIFFERENCES 14. ABILITY-MAYER & SALOVEY COMPETENCY- GOLEMAN TRAIT-BAR-ON 15 MODELS 15. PERCEIVING EMOTIONS USING EMOTIONS UNDERSTANDING EMOTIONS MANAGING EMOTIONS 16 ABILITY MODEL 16. COMPETENCY MODEL SELF-AWARENESS SELF-REGULATION SELF-MOTIVATION EMPATHY EFFECTIVE RELATIONSHIPS RELATE TO OURSELVES RELATE TO OTHERS 17. DEFINITION HALLMARK SELF AWARENESS THE ABILITY TO RECOGNIZE AND UNDERSTAND YOUR MOODS, EMOTIONS AND DRIVES AS WELL AS THEIR EFFECTS ON OTHERS SELF-CONFIDENCE REALISTIC SELF DEVELOPMENT SELF-DEPRECATING SENSE OF HUMOR SELF- REGULATION THE ABILITY TO CONTROL OR REDIRECT DISRUPTIVE IMPULSES AND MOODS. THE PROPENSITY TO SUSPEND JUDGEMENT TO THINK BEFORE ACTING TRUSTWORTHINESS & INTEGRITY COMFORT WITH AMBIGUITY OPENNESS TO CHANGE MOTIVATION A PASSION TO WORK FOR REASONS THAT GO BEYOND MONEY OR STATUS THE PROPENSITY TO SUSPEND JUDGEMENT TO THINK BEFORE ACTING STRONG DRIVE TO ACHIEVE OPTIMISM, EVEN IN THE FACE OF FAILURE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT EMPATHY THE ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND THE EMOTIONAL MAKEUP OF OTHER PEOPLE SKILL IN TREATING PEOPLE ACCORDING TO THEIR EMOTIONAL REACTIONS EXPERTISE IN BUILDING AND RETAINING TALENT CROSS-CULTURAL SENSITIVITY SERVICE TO ALL NEEDY SOCIAL SKILLS PROFICIENCY IN MANAGING RELATIONSHIPS AND BUILDING NETWORKS AN ABILITY TO FIND COMMON GROUP & BUILD RAPPORT EFFECTIVENESS IN LEADING CHANGE PERSUASIVENESS EXPERTISE IN BUILDING & LEADING TEAMS COMPETENCY MODEL 18. EMPATHY A LEARNED CAPABILITY 19. TRAIT REFERS TO AN INDIVIDUALS SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF EMOTIONAL ABILITIES IT IS A SELF REPORT BAR-ON MODEL-1997 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IS AN ARRAY OF NONCOGNITIVE CAPABILITIES, COMPETENCIES, AND SKILLS INFLUENCE ONES ABILITY TO SUCCEED IN COPING WITH ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS AND PRESSURES 20 TRAIT-BAR ON MODEL 20. DEVELOPING MOOD REGULATION SKILLS PRODUCTIVE WAYS TO CHANGE MOOD AVOID OVER AND UNDER REGULATION SEEK NATURAL MEANS RATHER THAN ALCOHOL, TOBACCO OR OTHER DRUGS STRESS COPING STRATEGIES USE OPTIMISTIC EXPLANATORY STYLE 23 MANAGING EMOTIONS 21. SOMETIMES WHEN YOU ARE ANGRY WITH SOMEONE, IT HELPS TO SIT DOWN AND THINK ABOUT THE PROBLEM 22. CARE SELF AND OTHERS BODY LANGUAGE LISTEN MORE; SPEAK LESS GET CURIOUS, NOT FURIOUS REFRAME NEGATIVE EMOTIONS INTO CURIOSITY ELICIT PRIDE IN OTHERS EMOTIONS ARE CONTAGIOUS &INFLUENTIAL CAREFUL TO SHOW ONLY THOSE EMOTIONS, WHICH WE WANT TO SEE IN OTHERS26 IMPROVING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 23. IT CAN BE LEARNT AT ANY AGE UPGRADE ONES SKILL AT ANY STAGE OF LIFE AGE AND MATURITY ARE POSITIVELY CORRELATED WITH EQ USEFUL FOR EVERYONE WHO WANT TO BE HAPPY AND EFFECTIVE 27 IMPROVING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 24. BEING CONNECTED TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS WE HAVE ALL KNOWN THE LONG LONELINESS AND WE HAVE LEARNED THAT THE ONLY SOLUTION IS LOVE AND THAT LOVE COMES WITH COMMUNITY. TO KNOW OTHERS IS TO BE WISE, TO KNOW ONESELF IS TO BE ENLIGHTENED TAO TE CHING 25. "THE ULTIMATE MEASURE OF A MAN IS NOT WHERE HE STANDS IN MOMENTS OF COMFORT, BUT WHERE HE STANDS AT TIMES OF CHALLENGE AND CONTROVERSY." MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. 26. YOUNG BRANCH OF RESEARCH EMINENT PERSONALITIES BHAGAVAT GITA-THE INDIAN CONTEXT STUDY BY AFMC IN 2011 DIPR 30 THE PRESENT 27. DISCUSSION

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