Developing Yourself:

Achievement Management

Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Managing Emotions Well in Yourself and in Your Relationships

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"Don't forget that little emotions are the great captains of our lives  and we obey them without realizing it." Vincent Van Gogh

"The key is to not resist or rebel against emotions or to try to get around them by devising all sorts of tricks; but to accept them directly, as they are." Takahisa Kora

"The winds and waves are always on the side of the best navigators."

Emotional Intelligence Domains and Associated Competences

Social Competence2

How You Manage Relationships

Relationship Management

How To Solve People Problems

Buffett's Five Tips for Individual Investors

  • "The stock doesn't know you own it. You have feelings about it, but it has no feelings about you. The stock doesn't know what you paid. People shouldn't get emotionally involved with their stocks."... More

12 Rules of Effective Listening

By Geoff Nightingale

Knowing Yourself and Others

Emotional Intelligence: Personal and Social Competences

Emotions Determine Everything

The Power of Attitude

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

Intuition

Listening To Emotions

Meditation

Positive Emotions Are the Key To Life

Achievement Management

Self-Motivation

Achievement Quotes

Effective Leadership

Leadership Attributes

What's Empathy Got To Do With It?

Transformational Leadership

Cultural Intelligence

Cross-Cultural Communication

Colors: Some Emotions and Symbolizations They Can Cause

Managing Cross-Cultural Differences

Differences between Chinese and Americans

Business Skills

Attitude Motivation

9 Laws of Motivation

Case Studies

Unilever: Leadership Development

What Is Emotional Intelligence?

Emotional energy is what runs the world. Everyone is primarily emotional. Everything that people do, or refrain from doing, is triggered by their deeper emotions.

The Power of Passion

2 Creativity Catalysts

"Emotional Intelligence" refers to your capacity and skills to recognize your own feelings and those of others, for motivating yourself, and for managing emotions well in yourself and in your relationships. "It describes abilities distinct from, but complementary to, academic intelligence, the purely cognitive capabilities measured by IQ. Many people who are book smart but lack emotional intelligence end up working for people who have lower IQs than they but who excel in emotional intelligence skills."1

Emotional Quotient (EQ) vs. Intellectual Quotient (IQ)

Emotional Quotient (EQ) is, in many ways, a balance to your IQ. If IQ is your ability to think (your mind), EQ is your ability to feel (your heart). The person with a high EQ is one who is easily 'moved' and who needs to openly express his or her feelings.4

Emotional Intelligence a Key to Effective Leadership

Research1 show that 67% of the essential competencies required for effective leadership today are emotional competencies. Emotionally intelligent leaders are more likely to achieve results and are effective in dealing with the complexity involved in leading change and organizational transformation. Transformational leadership arouses emotion and taps into the emotional and spiritual resources of an organization. It provides the emotional glue that causes organizations and the people in them to excel.

 Case Study  Uniliver

"Our leaders have done every kind of strategic planning in the book, facilitated by the best business school professors and management gurus. They don't need another strategy, and the last thing they need is another stakeholder analysis! What the company's leaders need most is to become emotionally engaged with their own passion and their dreams with each other and with the strategy," said a top manager of Unilever when the corporate transformation team began to design a program to help the company become more enterprising and competitive industry leader. ... More

5 Basic Elements and Emotional Intelligence

In the classification of things according to the theory of the Five Basic Elements, Wood is responsible for Anger, Fire for Joy, Earth for Worry, Metal for Grief, and Water for Fear... More

Mediation

Meditation is the most powerful mind tool ever developed. Meditation has been scientifically proven to improve creativity, intelligence, memory, alertness, and to integrate left and right brain functioning.

3 Levels of Creativity

It has been shown to improve physical, mental, and emotional health... More

Positive Emotions Are the Key To Life

By: Brian Tracy

Positive emotional energy is the key to health, happiness and wellbeing. The more positive you are, the better your life will be in every area... More

Are Chinese executives smarter than their American counterparts?

TeleSmart conducted a study of the leadership skills of 3,000 top executives in China. The results reveal a distinct competitive advantage over the US.

The study compared the scores of Chinese executives against those of US executives using TalentSmart's Emotional Intelligence Appraisal test... More

 

   

 

 

Bibliography:

  1. Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, Daniel Goleman

  2. Working with Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman

  3. The New Leaders, Daniel Goleman

  4. The Emotional Quotient, Keith Beasley