Develop Emotional Intelligence to Respond Better to Events
People who are overly emotional or react easily to events do not have a high level of emotional intelligence.
You can set yourself apart from others, especially if you're in a leadership role, if you learn to recognize your emotions and use them to adjust or adapt to situations you find yourself in.
An emotionally intelligent person has a higher level of self-awareness than someone who's not.
This issue focuses on defining what emotional intelligence is, why it's important, how it affects different areas of your life including your performance, leadership and self-care, and ways you can develop it.
Included in this issue:
- What is Emotional Intelligence? (Video)
- 6 Steps to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence (Video)
- Emotional Intelligence in Leadership (Article)
- How to Improve Emotional Intelligence Through Self-Care (Article)
- Happiness is Tied to Your Emotional Intelligence (Article)
- The Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Job Burnout and Job Performance (Article)
- Emotional Intelligence Has 12 Elements (Article)
Continue reading to find out.
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What is Emotional Intelligence?
Emotional intelligence should have the same importance as intellectual or financial intelligence.
In this video, gain a quick understanding of what emotional intelligence is and the role it plays in your life.
- Credit: The School of Life | YouTube
6 Steps to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence
Just because a person is emotional does not mean they're emotionally intelligent.
In this video, learn how emotional intelligence affects your life and the way you deal with your problems.
- Credit: Ramona Hacker | TEDxTUM
Emotional Intelligence in Leadership
The best leaders usually manage their emotions well and rarely react to events.
In this post, learn why emotional intelligence is an important quality for leaders and how you can improve your leadership intelligence.
- Credit: Mind Tools
How to Improve Emotional Intelligence Through Self-Care
Emotional intelligence is a big part of self-care, happiness, and mental health.
In this post, learn the connection between self-care and emotional intelligence, and how you can make it bigger focus.
- Credit: Your Tango
Happiness is Tied to Your Emotional Intelligence
Happiness is an emotion. This implies that to experience more happiness, you need to know how to generate it.
In this post, learn why and how becoming more emotionally intelligent will make you a happier person.
- Credit: inc.com
The Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Job Burnout and Job Performance
Is there a connection between emotional intelligence and job burnout and performance?
In this post, learn why improving the emotional intelligence of employees will lead to positive job performance and less job burnout.
- Credit: Frontiers in Psychology
Emotional Intelligence Has 12 Elements
Emotional Intelligence has four domains: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management.
Nested within each domain are twelve emotional intelligence competencies, which are learnable capabilities that will improve performance at work and a person's leadership abilities.
In this post, learn the 12 elements of emotional intelligence you need to work on if you want to improve your performance and leadership abilities.
- Credit: Harvard Business Review | Image Source: More Than Sound, LLC
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As we manage our daily experiences and cope with the pressures of life, it can affect us mentally and emotionally. Therefore, the ability to recognize the signs early is an advantage.
In this post, learn five signs that indicate you are experiencing emotional exhaustion, which can cause serious long-term health issues if they're not addressed.
Learn to Manage Your Emotions Better to Develop Emotional Intelligence
One of the most valuable things you can do for yourself is to learn to better manage your emotions.
We're emotional beings, therefore developing emotional intelligence will support you in many areas of your life.
Even though there are many aspects to emotional intelligence, making it a focus will pay off in terms of performance improvement, greater success, and overall quality of life.
MAKE IT COUNT
An action step you can take this week is to focus on one of the 12 elements of emotional intelligence. As you get familiar with that element, move onto the next one. Use what you learn in your daily interactions.
Have a great week. Thank you for reading. 🙏
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