Emotional Intelligence

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ESSAY No. 19: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

This assessment pertains to my personal emotional intelligence. This assessment aims to examine the four dimensions of my emotional ability and capacity based on Tapia’s emotional intelligence inventory chart. This assessment also aims to pinpoint the strong and weak points of my personal emotional behaviors especially in my daily encounter with the people inside and outside my organization.

Based on the chart my scores for the four emotional dimensions are: Perception, Appraisal and Expression of Emotions (3.6), Emotional Facilitation of Thinking (1.2), Understanding and Analyzing Emotions and Employing Emotional Knowledge (3.2) and Reflective Regulation of Emotion (2.6). My Overall Emotional
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|If a problem arises: |
|I need to talk to the people around me, ask them what honestly is wrong with me and then what I need to do. |
|How will success be determined? |
|When I finally get a higher score maybe month after month, then I would say that I have already achieved my goal. |

The practical side of this assessment is that as a social being, I tend to deal with other people aside from those who belong in my organization. I will especially be benefited by the improvements on my emotional intelligence since I will not be taking stressful situation a lot easier and lighter. Traffic jams and stubborn employees will no more affect my life that much as it was before.

Self-Control: we know we need it, but when temptations and frustrations are looming, we struggle to exert it. This week, I want to share some new perspectives with you on self-control and inspire you to exercise more self-control in your
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