Session 20 (Emotional Intelligence)_1

Session 20 (Emotional Intelligence)_1 - Candy RybackEIsurvey

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Candy Ryback EI survey
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Emotional Intelligence: What you Don’t Know Might Hurt You Dr. Kristen Bell DeTienne Organizational Effectiveness
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Class Business Midterm review sessions: – Monday, Nov. 8 from 9:30-10:30 in W208 – Tuesday, Nov. 9 from 3-4 pm in 484 – Thursday, Nov. 11 from 10:55-11:55 in W122 Submit hardcopy of Change Papers by  Friday at 4:00 to 590 TNRB
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How many of you have learned about  Emotional Intelligence? Can someone define EI for us?
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What is your Emotional  Intelligence? Obsessed with credits and debits. Logical, planner-type personality. Easily  motivated by others. Gets along well in group,  and is not afraid give logical reason for all  solutions. Intellectual, creative thinker. Sensitive to the  feelings of others, able to help and console  others’ feelings and emotions. Pays attention to and manages own emotions  well. Sometimes has a difficult time  understanding others’ emotions and reacting  with others in a good manner. Introduction Self - Awareness Self - Management Social Awareness Relationship Management
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Emotional Intelligence So what are we talking about? Introduction Self - Awareness Self - Management Social Awareness Relationship Management “Ability to accurately perceive your own and others’  emotions; understand the signals that emotions send  about relationships; and to manage your own and  others’ emotions.” – John D. Mayer … the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those  of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing  emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships. – Daniel Goleman, 1998  
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What it is. . . Personality traits such as optimism and self- confidence are distinct from emotional  intelligence. “A person may be highly self-confident and  optimistic but lack emotional intelligence” (John  D. Mayer). “… emotional intelligence can be learned and  improved at any age. In fact, people’s emotional  intelligence tends to increase as they age” (Daniel  Goleman). EI is not a topic about touchy-feely. “EI is being  intelligent about emotions, not being emotional”  (Daniel Goleman). Introduction Self - Awareness Self - Management Social Awareness Relationship Management
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Emotional Intelligence • “. ..in navigating our lives, it is our fears and  envies, our rages and depressions, our worries  and anxieties that steer us day to day. Even the  most academically brilliant among us are  vulnerable to being undone by unruly  emotions. The price we pay for emotional  literacy is in failed marriages and troubled  families, in stunted social and work lives, in  deteriorating physical health and mental 
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Session 20 (Emotional Intelligence)_1 - Candy RybackEIsurvey

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