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    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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    I used the website www.Iqexam.org for the intelligence test. This website says the IQ test they designed was developed by Virginia tech university experts. Moreover, this IQ test is based on 25 questions and I had 60 seconds to answer each question with a maximum total score of 100 and they only give you the score when you give them your personal information at the end of the test. Furthermore, I believe the test was missing a lot of visual content. I have seen other IQ tests with a lot more…

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    In the article written by Karen Goodnough (2001) “Multiple intelligences theory: A framework for personalizing science curricula” it spoke about multiple intelligence (MI) theory and Dave’s experience. At the beginning of the article is discussed the (MI) theory, first proposed in the book, Frame of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences by Howard Gardner, in this book he addressed how people have different type of intelligence or methods of learning, such intelligence was categorized…

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    be combining my knowledge of emotional resilience and intelligence, as well as relation based practice. I will explore these factors using my own experiences along with my understanding of "self". I will elaborate by providing personal experiences of group work then the roles within this. By demonstrating my ability to work with others I will provide an understanding of the challenges and values group work can provide. Edith Grotberg developed a definition of emotional resilience as, the Human…

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    them from simply “good” leaders: a high degree of emotional intelligence (Goffee & Jones, 2015). Goleman describes five components that make up emotional intelligence: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills (2015). This essay will describe the five characteristics described by Goleman, as well as my experience working with leaders that either possess or lack emotional intelligence. The first component of emotional intelligence is self-awareness.…

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    Desiree’s Baby by Kate Chopin. In 1893, this short story was published as “The Father of Desiree’s Baby” in a magazine. Madame Valmonde and Monsieur adopted Desiree for the reason she was found abandoned when she was just a little girl. As she grew older, she found the love of her life, Armand as they had so much love for one another. They had a child, and as soon as they had the baby, the relationship turned out to be bitter and complicated. After a few months passed, Armand and Desiree…

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    Pink’s theory also relates to other motivation theories such as Abraham Maslow’s theory of “Hierarchy of Needs”. This “Hierarchy of Needs” is a pyramid broken up into eight levels. Maslow explains that to reach a certain level in the pyramid, all levels below it must be satisfied. If at any time a level becomes deficient, then “the individual will act to remove the deficiency”. Also, those eight levels are gathered together into three separate groupings. These three groupings show numerous…

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    1. Introduction Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to identify, express, and discriminate feelings. After use the ability, we can use them to understand the different viewpoints, solving problems, reflect and monitor order’s moods, but when we wanted the emotional demand and function to be effective. Therefore, it needs to contain our individual context and self experiences to function on emotional intelligence (McKenna & Webb, 2013). On the other hand, Perter Salovey and John D. Mayer…

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    Emotional intelligence is the ability to manage emotions in such a way that promotes positive outcomes in one’s life. Emotional intelligence also refers to a specific set of cognitive abilities associated with emotions. Intelligence is defined by Wechsler as “the aggregate or global capacity to of the individual to act purposefully, to think rationally, and to deal effectively with his or her environment.” (pg. 2). Based off of Wechsler’s definition of intelligence, I do consider emotional…

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    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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