Emotional dysregulation

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  • How Does Bernard Ebbers Influence Unethical Behavior

    1. Bernard Ebbers showed a lot of leadership because he had a lot of followers. His reputation and charisma created trust and loyalty. Bernard’s deviant behaviors came from him being obsessed with maintaining an unsustainable growth (The Role of Leaders in Influencing Unethical Behavior in the Workplace 2005). This lead to him and his subordinates doing unethical business practices. He showed leadership by cutting operating costs and investing most of his money back into the company stock. His…

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  • Increase Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional Intelligence also known as “EQ” is a very important skill that not everyone has had one that cannot be taught and learned easily. It is like a skill that we develop through our life that we never notice. EQ is the way we manage our emotions and how we communicate with others. Everyone has an EQ but some are higher than others how high is yours? For example, People who never laugh or make everything into a joke have a low EQ. And people with a strong EQ never have the motive to say “I…

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  • Benefits Of Emotional Intelligence

    The topic of the research that was conducted was in regard to emotional quotient (EQ) otherwise known as emotional intelligence, which is the ability to perceive and understand the emotions of others around them and adapt to those scenarios, being contrasted with the use of intelligence quotient (IQ) which is a score given to determines a person’s intelligence, using logic and reason, the two were explored and contrasted to determine which one provides the most benefits within business and…

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  • Soft Skills Vs Eq Essay

    These are the days where EQ (Emotional Quotient) is preferred to IQ (Intelligence Quotient). EQ is the way to measure how a person adapts himself to the situation, how he recognizes and manages his/her emotions to work better in teams. In the scenario where EQ plays a major role for better results, there is a lot of importance for soft skills to manage and get the best out of it. Soft skills include many things like communication skills, personal habits etc.., which relates to the EQ of a…

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  • What Is Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

    linked to logic and rationality, which is why the term emotional intelligence sounds like an oxymoron. An organization, on the face of it, seems to exist to make financial gains. However, one shouldn’t forget that an organization is a group of human beings, not machines alone. We are emotional beings; therefore, emotions cannot be left outside of the workplace, which necessitates the ability to be able to control our emotions. This is what emotional intelligence is about. It is the ability to…

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  • Five Areas Of Emotional Intelligence (EI)

    There are several scientists and psychologists that feel that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is just as important if not more important than Intelligence Quotient (IQ). EI focuses on five areas of emotions: self-awareness, how you manage emotions, motivation, empathy, and social skills. I will attempt in this paper to explain how I manage each of these categories in my daily life. I will start with the first one, self-awareness. I feel that I am very aware of my self-awareness and always try to…

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  • Four Components Of Emotional Intelligence

    This paper has been formulated to explore the four components of Emotional Intelligence (EI), and how they aid leaders achieve strategic goals that support organizational goals and visions. In doing so research is conducted on the leader styles of transactional and transformational leader’s are compared and contrasted. The research discerns how EI factors as a critical skillset for communicating the organization’s mission and vision statement to employees in a synergistic approach that garners…

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  • The Contortionist Poem Analysis

    a contortionist, to be happy and proud. Maria, who went through several emotional conflicts, was never truly happy or satisfied with her life. She was always trying to find that magical moment that changed everything, but she never found it. Likewise, Maria transformed as events occurred in her life; however, these changes did not benefit her as she was emotionally unstable at the end. Maria’s failure to resolve her emotional issues is caused by events in her childhood. For example, “since her…

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  • Scholarly Research: The Importance Of Social Support

    important individual resource that has been associated with multiple indices of adaptive functioning and resiliency” (Di Fabio, 2015). This can lead to emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence allows us to understand our character and our personality traits. With social support, it allows us to be accepted for who we are and our differences. “Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize your emotions, understand what they 're telling you, and realize how your emotions affect people…

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  • Happiness In Workplace

    influenced by those events are carried home in the form of happiness. Their results concluded that the “positive effects of work engagement go beyond the work setting and beyond the employee” (Rodriguez-Munoz, et al. 271). They coined the term “emotional contagion” (Rodriguez-Munoz, et al. 274) in which emotions can be spread like a cold or flu to others, generally in the form a positive correlation. If happiness increases at work, happiness increases at home. The same concept applies in…

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