Emotional Essays

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  • Emotional, Emotional And Emotional Intelligence

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    Emotional Intelligence Explained Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to assess, identify and influence the emotions of your own and everyone around you. For an example, a employee could be having difficulty understanding the task at hand instead the manager goes to the employee and identifies the misunderstanding and instead of letting the situation make everyone stress the manager instead reiterated what needs to be done in a simpler way so everyone is clearly aware and understands what to do

  • Emotional And Emotional Intelligence Assessment

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    IQ score = 65 Percentile score = 1 Emotional Identification, Perception, and Expression=65 Rumination= 100 Problem-Solving= 18 Positive Mindset= 46 Emotional Reflection = 18 Values Integrity= 68 Emotional Understanding= 47 Emotional Integration = 41 Conflict Management Knowledge= 42 Empathy= 53 Social Insight = 50 Emotional Management= 53 Impulse Control= 72 Self-Control= 26 Resilience/Hardiness= 44 Coping Skills= 88 Self-Motivation= 26 Striving=55 Emotional Selectivity = 50 Adaptable Social Skills=

  • Emotional Labor : The Concepts Of Emotional Labor

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    Body First and foremost, what is emotional labor? University of California, Berkeley sociologist Arlie Hochschild, who created the term “emotional labor” in the late 19th Century. According to her definition, emotional labor is managing your emotion to create a fair and visible facial and physical expression. employees who need to service to the customer had to do with their physical or psychological responsibilities. They need to be showing their positive state which including, smiling eye contact

  • 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

  • Emotional Intelligence

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    The importance of Emotional Intelligence is something that needs to be recognized. Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify, assess, and control the emotions of oneself, and others. Emotional intelligence is a central parent of our everyday lives, both in professional and personal enviornments , and as such it is important to become aware of exactly how you rate your own emotional intelligence. After the the emotional intelligence test that was provided on www.ihhp.com/testsites.htm,

  • Emotional Intelligence

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    book Emotional Intelligence in 1995, the business world got an answer to a question that had been plaguing it for decades: “Why did some people of a high IQ struggle at managing teams while other leaders of lower IQ excel at it”? Goleman asserted that the traditional measurement of IQ (intelligence quotient) was not enough to determine a good leader. Schools and universities concentrated on developing the cognitive and analytical part of the brain, while the teaching of how the emotional side

  • Emotional Intelligence: What Is Emotional Intelligence?

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    Emotional intelligence, what is emotional intelligence? Through this study that we did you can see that it identifies this topic according to many several sources, but the most important definition is the one that Coleman explained and you can see it through reading the research. Also it discusses the benefits of the emotional intelligence on many different aspects in our life like: social life, health, love and work. Emotional intelligence can enhance your performance at work, and how it differs

  • Emotional Intelligence: Emotional Intelligence Essay

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    What is Emotional Intelligence: Emotional Intelligence, or EI, is defined as the ability or capacity to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one's self, and of others.� Arriving at the Emotional Quotient is the standard means of measuring the Emotional Intelligence of an individual. | The importance of EQ in the workplace: In recent times behavioral scientists around the world have arrived at the conclusion that IQ alone is not the primary factor that leads to better performing managers

  • Emotional Intelligence: The Impact Of Emotional Intelligence

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    According Kasapi and Mihiotis, (2013, p. 15), the term emotional intelligence entails the flexibility to feel and understand alternative people in social situations in order to detect the nuances of emotional reactions and utilize such data to influence others through emotional regulation and management. Emotional intelligence can impact on effective personal by making an individual to fully understand himself or herself. This is so because when an individual develops self-awareness, he or she will

  • Emotional Intelligence

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    hostility towards others? Are you sensitive or sympathetic towards others when you realize that you are acting badly towards them? If so, you have learned and developed emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is critical in the business world. In addition to being sensitive to and perceptive of other people’s emotions, emotional intelligence involves having the ability to intuitively facilitate improved performance based on knowledge, a crucial trait in the work environment. According to Mary