EI is the dimension of intelligence responsible for our ability to regulate our internal emotional self and our responses to emotions. This includes the skills that drive our internal world as well as our response to the external world
There are two components to EI, personal competence and social competence.
Self-Awareness and Management A well-honed timing for emotional expression and emotional control Personal influence that helps us advance our purpose with others Integrity that aligns us with our life’s purpose
Social Awareness and Management Empathy for others Social expertise that allows us to develop strong working relationships Communication and Conflict Resolution Skills Trust Development and the Trust Bank
Ability to Label feelings Ability to Distinguish between thoughts and feelings Take responsibility for their feelings and Validate others’ feelings Practice getting a positive value from their negative emotions Avoid people who invalidate them
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Self-Awareness: Acknowledging and coming to terms with personal strengths, weaknesses, bias and attitudes Personal Learning to self sooth and mindful of feelings Emotional Regulation: Self-Motivation: Internal locus of control and desire to grow Relationship Management: Soft Skills Emotion Coaching: Coach your team to and others on these skills