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We want our workforce to reflect the diversity of our work. 6 We all know someone who is incredibly bright and yet cannot seem to pull their life together. The brilliant student who flunks out of university, or the incredibly intelligent worker who can't seem to get ahead in their company. We know from our familiarity with them that they have a good to superior intelligence level, but that doesn't seem to be enough to ensure success.
And at the same time, we can probably describe in some form why we feel these people have not been successful. Our descriptions would include certain traits or behaviors that have nothing to do with intelligence. Over time, scientists have begun to study why standard intelligence along isn't enough to predict performance in an individual. They have realized that there is another type of intelligence that isn't related to the standard cognitive emotional intelligence is, how you can discover what your own E.I actually is and how, by understanding your own emotions and those of others, take your leadership and management skills to the next level. Sean Machete, the Founder and Managing Director of management development specialists, MAD Training is the author of this publication.
Sean has been featured on CNN, BBC, 'TV, on numerous radio stations and has contributed to many newspapers. He's been featured in over 250 different publications as a thought leader within the management development and training industry.MAD has been working with a wide variety of clients (both large and small) in the UK and internationally for several years. MAD specialist in providing: In-house, tailor made management training courses (1-5 days duration) Open courses (Delivered throughout the UK at various locations) Management & leadership development programmer (From 5 days to 2 years) Corporate and executive coaching (With senior or middle managers) MAD provide a wide range of management training courses and programmer that enable new and experienced managers to maximize their potential by gaining or refining their management and leadership skills. Our team of highly skilled and experienced trainers and consultants have all had distinguished careers in senior management roles and bring with them a wealth of practical experience to each course.
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UK Telephone: From The I-J: 0800 849 6732 International: ++ 44 800 849 6732 8 1 . Overview of Emotional Intelligence 1. 1 Introduction intelligence. The study of emotional intelligence has its roots in the work of Darwin, who posited that emotional expression was essential for survival.
Over time, scientists have begun to study why standard intelligence along isn't enough to predict performance in an individual. They have realized that there is another type of intelligence that isn't related to the standard cognitive intelligence - it's called emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is a relatively new subject of study, though its roots go back to the time of Darwin, who posited that emotional expression was essential for survival. But what do we mean when we talk about emotional intelligence? The fact is that there are numerous ways of defining emotional intelligence.But for now, let's say that it is the ability to be aware of your emotions and the emotions of others and then to use that knowledge to help manage the expression of emotions so that they foster success instead of cause roadblocks.
Those who have high levels of emotional intelligence, or El for short, are able to heir bodies, minds, relationships, and ability to pursue and achieve goals. They then are able to moderate their own emotions so that their emotions support their activities and enhance their quality of life.Emotional intelligence involves a combination of competencies which allow a person to be aware of, to understand, and to be in control of their own emotions, to recognize and understand the emotions of others, and to use this knowledge to foster their success and the success of others. People with highly developed El are proven to be more successful in the workplace cause they can understand their emotions and why they behave the way that they behave.
They can use their emotions as clues to what their body and mind are trying to tell them.And they can use their El to truly understand others and their points of view. When they wield this kind of tool, they can overcome the kinds of emotional obstacles that tend to stop us all. They can understand why others feel the way that they feel and why they are doing what they are doing, and use that knowledge to help others perform at their best. They can resolve conflict quickly and recover from setbacks with aplomb.
They are good in a crisis, strong at communicating, and successful where others fail.Later in this eBook, we'll look in more detail at some real-life examples of how El can help you in the workplace. But now, let's look at how emotional intelligence is different from our traditional ideas about intelligence. 1. 2 Theories of Multiple Intelligences Until the last century, the understanding of intelligence was strictly related to cognitive functions such as memory, learning, and problem-solving.
However, scientists had begun to understand by the sass that non-cog