BSBLDR501 - DEVELOP AND USE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE - Part 1.docx

BSBLDR501 - DEVELOP AND USE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE - Part 1.docx

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9 BSBLDR501 DEVELOP AND USE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENT 2 PROJECT REPORT Student name: TRI TAM NGUYEN [email protected] Assessor: Brooke Seage
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9 You are applying for a job as a departmental manager in an office setting. The organization has made it clear that having a high level of emotional intelligence will be a deciding factor in selecting the successful candidate. You have been asked to submit a document that addresses the following points: 1. What are your emotional strengths and weaknesses? 2. What are personal causes of stress in your work life and how do you deal with them? 3. What are your emotional triggers and how have you learnt to manage them? 4. What would you do to act as a role model to workers in your department in the management of emotions? 5. Are you open to feedback from others in relation to your EI? How would you go about getting and using it? You are required to provide a detailed response (at least half a typed, single space page) for each point listed and to use examples to support your responses wherever possible. You are expected to use the information provided in this unit; however, you will also need to demonstrate that you have carried out your own research. Remember to properly cite any sources that you use.
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9 1. What are your emotional strengths and weaknesses? - My emotional strengths including: [1]. Continuous striving for personal development: I am always seeking improvement in some way or another. I strongly believe in my ability and often restless for skill, knowledge and new experiences. I am also aware of others and their feelings and ambitions. [2] Clarity of intentions: I can decide what I want and where I can get to. I have a clear purpose that I will find the resources to achieve what I want. Intentions are projections into the future
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  • '17
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  • emotional strengths, emotional triggers, Tam Nguyen, personal causes

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