Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

Emotional Intelligence Is Defined As The Ability To Identify, Consider And Control Emotions In Oneself And To Recognize Them In Others, Brought On By A Combination Of Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness And Relationship Management

While the qualities traditionally associated with leadership such as intelligence, toughness, determination, and vision are required for success, recent data shows they are insufficient. Truly effective leaders are also distinguished by a high degree of emotional intelligence, which includes:

Self-awareness
The ability to recognize what you are feeling, to understand your habitual emotional responses to events and to recognize how your emotions affect your behavior and performance.
When you are self-aware, you see yourself as others see you, and have a good sense of your own abilities and current limitations.

Managing emotions
The ability to stay focused and think clearly even when experiencing powerful emotions. Being able to manage your own emotional state is essential for taking responsibility for your actions, and can save you from hasty decisions that you later regret.

Self–motivation
The ability to use your deepest emotions to move and guide you towards your goals. This ability enables you to take the initiative and to persevere in the face of obstacles and setbacks.

Empathy
The ability to sense, understand and respond to what other people are feeling. Self-awareness is essential to having empathy with others. If you are not aware of your own emotions, you will not be able to read the emotions of others.

Social Skills
The ability to manage, influence and inspire emotions in others.
Being able to handle emotions in relationships and being able to influence and inspire others are essential foundation skills for successful teamwork and leadership.

Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

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GIS Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment

I offer the GIS Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment which is designed to get you thinking about the various competencies of emotional intelligence as they apply to you. If you would wish to take the self-assessment, please contact my support team. The fee for the assessment is $15, which includes scoring and analysis.
Group discounts are available for organizations that wish to buy 30 or more.
They are offered complimentary as part of all 2-day trainings on Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

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