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Emotional Intelligence LC-IV

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Emotional Intelligence LC-IV


Five years from now, over one-third of skills (35%) that are considered important in today’s workforce will have changed.
For some, a high level of emotional intelligence comes fairly naturally. But for others? Being self-aware enough to recognize their own emotions while also being tuned into the feelings of other people seems almost impossible – you might as well ask them to lasso the moon.
Emotional intelligence. You see this buzzword being bandied around quite a bit in the business world. But, ahem, what exactly is it?
Well, the concept is more straightforward than you might initially think.Emotional intelligence, also known as EI or EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) is your ability to be aware of and manage your own emotions, as well as the emotions of the people around you.
Emotional intelligence is the “something” in each of us that is a bit intangible. It affects how we manage behavior, navigate social complexities, and make personal decisions that achieve positive results.

Why is emotional intelligence important?
As buzzy as the word might sound, emotional intelligence is crucial for successful relationship building, both in the office and out. And, as you might guess, a high level of emotional intelligence can really pay off in your career. Multiple studies have shown that job performance and emotional intelligence are inextricably linked. In fact, a reported 90% of top performers are high in emotional intelligence, and high performing managers have higher 'emotional competence'. Conversely, 80% of low performers have a low emotional quotient (EQ) – suggesting that job performance and emotional intelligence go together like peanut butter and jelly.
For some, a high level of emotional intelligence comes fairly naturally. But for others? Being self-aware enough to recognise their own emotions while also being tuned into the feelings of other people seems almost impossible – you might as well ask them to lasso the moon.
The good news is, emotional intelligence can be learned. In fact, research has shown that people who worked on increasing their emotional intelligence were happier, healthier and less stressed out.
For some, a high level of emotional intelligence comes fairly naturally. But for others? Being self-aware enough to recognize their own emotions while also being tuned into the feelings of other people seems almost impossible – you might as well ask them to lasso the moon.

Topics:-
- Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
- Critical Thinking and Decision making. .
- Stress Management.
- Re Discover Yourself.
- Self Esteem.
- Conflict Management
- Spiritual Paths

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