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    In chapter five of Daniel Goleman's book, Emotional Intelligence, on one side of the spectrum there is self mastery and on the other is giving into our passions, he writes, "the goal is balance, not emotional suppression: every feeling has its value and significance" (1995 p.56). Naturally everyone is going to experience highs and low on the emotional roller coaster. He believes that the "art of soothing ourselves" is one of the most basic skills that a person needs to develop (1995 p. 57).…

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    Goleman on Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman addressed Google on his book Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships. He argues about the fact that emotional intelligence is very important in life. Emotional intelligence is in fact so important that most of the best companies actually hire people on the basis of their emotional intelligence. The people with vey high IQs actually have high emotional intelligence. Daniel Goleman drew a comparison of IQ and emotional…

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    The emotional state is a tricky business because it’s like a complex abstract puzzle with limited pieces that can only be solved by perceptions of sight and sound. We’ve spent centuries trying to understand emotions but it can’t be accurately explained since each person experiences and feels their emotions differently than the next person. Even though emotions can’t precisely be defined, there are clues, or puzzle pieces if you will, that indicate a person’s emotional state. These puzzle pieces…

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    One of the biggest issues I have seen in my personal life as well as my working career is the ability to totally trust people. The definition that we looked at in class defines trust as the willingness to be vulnerable to an authority based on positive expectations about the authority’s actions and intentions. A great deal of my distrust at work stems from the total lack of communication within our group. My colleagues and I have conferred on many occasions that management continually…

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    Becoming a great leader thankfully is something you can grow into, although it will be hard work. We have studied how leaders need to be self aware and have emotional intelligence, building on strengths and realizing that there is no one way to lead is a great place to start. From our text Strengths Based Leadership I learned that attributes of a leader can be sorted into four categories and I will look at each of these one at a time. In this essay I will explore my top 10 desired attributes of…

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    Intelligence Intelligence is a very widely debated term in the exact meaning. This makes sense because it deals the inner workings of the human mind and thus has several connotations depending on how intelligent someone is perceived to be. Unlike other topics such as mathematics and science, which are more cut-and-dry, intelligence has the potential to hurt people and cause them to feel excluded. Also, people’s minds aren’t drawn in black and white. You can’t simply decipher what it means to be…

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    The psychological skills considered to be linked to EI and believed to be learned through sporting experience (e.g. stress control, impulse control, emotional self-awareness and empathy) not only benefit individuals in sporting situations, but also strongly benefit them in everyday life; people with high EI are better adjusted in social situations, have a better quality of friendships with reduced conflicts (Brackett & Rivers, 2004) and are generally happier in their lives (Zamanian et al.).…

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    Emotional Intelligence The concept of emotional intelligence has attracted a lot of interest from research scholars on psychology and corporates around the world. Emotional intelligence and its impact on the outcome, personnel and organisational productivity has been the subject of research for many research publications. Emotional intelligence is defined as the ability of a person to be aware of the feelings and emotions of self and others, to discriminate and to utilise this information to…

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    seems has been a mixture of both, the latter is what is now seen as emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence can be described in certain ways as how people…

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    Emotional intelligence is a set of qualities and competencies one possesses, it is the ability of an individual to recognize their emotions and the emotions of others. It is perhaps the intangible piece that one takes with them each day that affects how they manage their behavior and relationships with others and how they make daily decisions (Bradberry & Greaves, 2009, p.17). It is thought that perhaps a person’s emotional intelligence may be even more important than their actual IQ and that…

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