MGNT102.L4.MFP Emotional Intelligence.pdf

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7 Mayer-Salovey-Caruso EI Test focusses on four branches of Emotional Intelligence 1. Perceiving Emotions 2. Facilitating Thought 3. Understanding Emotions 4. Managing Emotions 8 Mayer-Salovey-Caruso EI Test 1. Perceiving Emotions: The ability to perceive emotions in oneself and others as well as in objects, art, stories, music, and other stimuli 2. Facilitating Thought : The ability to generate, use, and feel emotion as necessary to communicate feelings or employ them in other cognitive processes 9
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MGNT102 Autumn 2019 L4 Emotional Intelligence 4 3. Understanding Emotions: The ability to understand emotional information , to understand how emotions combine and progress through relationship transitions, and to appreciate such emotional meanings 4. Managing Emotions: The ability to be open to feelings, and to modulate them in oneself and others to promote personal understanding and growth 10 Mayer-Salovey-Caruso EI Test (continued) Why are we talking about EI ? 11 Emotional Intelligence (E.I.) Five key competencies 1. Self awareness 2. Self regulation 3. Self motivation 4. Social awareness 5. Social skills 12
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MGNT102 Autumn 2019 L4 Emotional Intelligence 5 Emotional Intelligence (EI) Competencies 1. Self awareness 2. Self regulation 3. Self motivation 13 Intra personal or Personal competence Emotional Intelligence (EI) 4. Social awareness 5. Social skills 14 Inter personal or Social competence 1. Self-awareness Consists of 3 competencies: 1. Emotional awareness 2. Self-assessment 3. Self-confidence 15
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MGNT102 Autumn 2019 L4 Emotional Intelligence 6 2. Self-regulation Self-control Trustworthiness Conscientiousness Adaptability Innovativeness 16 3. Self Motivation Achievement drive Commitment Initiative Optimism and persistence 17 18
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