Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence
EDUCATION 2: Facilitating Learning

INSTRUCTOR:
Mrs. Sheryl Ann Perciano

Submitted By:
Hazel P. Villegas
Maria Dolores L. Comighod
BEED- Content Course [ II-D ]

Individuals have many similar characteristics but they too differ in many respects. One of these individual differences is the intellectual differences which also refers to the intelligence.

Intelligence is the general capacity of a person to adjust consciously his thinking to a new requirement. It is the combination of general and specific abilities that a person possesses in coping with the problem of his everyday living. Also according to studies the non-cognitive aspects of intelligence is also important for adaptation and success that
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Five Domains of Emotional Intelligence

PERSONAL COMPETENCES | | 1. Self-Awareness | ●Emotional Awareness | | ●Accurate Self-assessment | | ● Self-confidence | | | 2. Self-Regulation | ●Self-control | | ●Trustworthiness | | ●Conscientiousness | | ●Adaptability | | ●Innovativeness | | | 3. Self-Motivation | ●Achievement Drive | | ●Commitment | | ●Initiative | | ●Optimism | SOCIAL COMPETENCES | | 4. Social Awareness | ●Empathy | | ●Service Orientation | | ●Developing Others | | ●Leveraging Diversity | | ●Political Awareness | | | 5. Social Skills | ●Influence | | ●Communication | | ●Leadership | | ●Change Catalyst | | ●Conflict management | | ●Building bonds | | ●Collaboration and Cooperation | | ●Team Capabilities |

Description of High Emotionally Intelligent Individual

High EI Individual | | ●Better perceive emotions, use them in thought, understand their meanings, and manage emotions, than others. | | ●Less emotional 'baggage ' and conversely people | | ●Drawn to occupations involving social interactions such as teaching and counseling more so than to occupations involving clerical or administrative tasks. | | ●Less apt to engage in problem behaviors, and avoids self-destructive, negative behaviors
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