Emotional Intelligence

... Marc A. Brackett Associate Director , Health , Emotions , & Behavior Laboratory
Department of Psychology Yale University PO Box 208205 New Haven , CT
06520 Email : marc.brackett ...

Author: Peter Salovey

Publisher: National Professional Resources Inc./Dude Publishing

ISBN: 9781887943727

Category: Psychology

Page: 329

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Bool of readings collected by cd-founders of emotional intelligence introduces theory measurement & applications of.

Emotional Intelligence

How does culture affect the development and manifestation of specific aspects of
emotional intelligence? What are the methodological and epistemological issues
related to the study and application of emotional intelligence constructs in ...

Author: Robert J. Emmerling

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781600218569

Category: Education

Page: 233

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This book is designed to meet the growing need among researchers, graduate students, and professionals to look into the existing theoretical models as well as developing theories related to emotional intelligence. The primary aim of the book is to help readers get a view of current conceptualisations of emotional intelligence, while providing an opportunity to see how emotional intelligence has been interpreted and applied throughout the world. Psychological processes are expected to vary according to cultural meaning and practices. Recent studies indicate that emotional intelligence influences behaviour in a wide range of domains including school, community, and the workplace. At the individual level, it has been said to relate to academic achievement, work performance, our ability to communicate effectively, solve everyday problems, build meaningful interpersonal relationships, and even our ability to make moral decisions. Given that emotional intelligence has the potential to increase our understanding of ho

Emotional Intelligence For Dummies

improve your emotional intelligence skills by using some of the activities in this
book at work. The. benefits. of. emotional. intelligence. at. work. Based on a
number of studies that MultiHealth Systems and others have carried out,
increasing ...

Author: Steven J. Stein

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470676248

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 368

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Being aware of and in control of your emotions is one of the keys to success in life -- both professionally and personally. Emotional Intelligence For Dummies will show you how to take control of your emotions rather than letting your emotions control you! Discover how developing your emotional intelligence can further your relationships with others, in the workplace and at home. Emotional awareness is also a critical skill for career success, and Dr. Stein provides practical exercises for developing this skill and achieving your professional and personal goals. He also provides valuable insights into how emotional intelligence can be applied to raising children and teenagers and realizing personal happiness. Full of lively anecdotes and practical advice, Emotional Intelligence For Dummies is the ideal book for anyone who wants to get smart about their feelings and reach the next level at work and at home. Manage your emotions - identify your feelings, determine what beliefs cause negative emotions, and stop self-destructive behaviors Discover the power of empathy - read other people's emotions through facial cues and body language and show them you understand their feelings Thrive at work - find a job that's right for you, overcome hassles and fears, and develop your leadership skills Build and sustain meaningful relationships - discover how to take your partner's emotional temperature and manage emotions to grow closer Raise an emotionally intelligent child - keep your cool with your child, coax shy children out of their shells, and get your child to be less aggressive and defiant

Emotional Intelligence

The real challenge is to show that emotional intelligence matters over- and-
above psychological constructs that have been measured for decades like
personality and IQ. I believe that emotional intelligence holds this promise.' Our
Definition of ...

Author: Jane Wharam

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 1846941873

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 161

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The layperson's guide to emotional intelligence using real, down to earth examples. Approachable style with EQ testing and practical exercises and visualizations to help the reader address the way they think emotionally and live a happier, more authentic life.

Assessing Emotional Intelligence

The Assessing Emotions Scale, in some literature called the Emotional
Intelligence Scale, the Self-Report Emotional Intelligence Test, or the Schutte
Emotional Intelligence Scale, is based on Salovey and Mayer's (1990) original
model of ...

Author: Con Stough

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387883700

Category: Psychology

Page: 364

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Managing human emotions plays a critical role in everyday functioning. After years of lively debate on the significance and validity of its construct, emotional intelligence (EI) has generated a robust body of theories, research studies, and measures. Assessing Emotional Intelligence: Theory, Research, and Applications strengthens this theoretical and evidence base by addressing the most recent advances and emerging possibilities in EI assessment, research, and applications. This volume demonstrates the study and application of EI across disciplines, ranging from psychometrics and neurobiology to education and industry. Assessing Emotional Intelligence carefully critiques the key measurement issues in EI, and leading experts present EI as eminently practical and thoroughly contemporary as they offer the latest findings on: EI instruments, including the EQ-I, MSCEIT, TEIQue, Genos Emotional Intelligence Inventory, and the Assessing Emotions Scale. The role of EI across clinical disorders. Training professionals and staff to apply EI in the workplace. Relationships between EI and educational outcomes. Uses of EI in sports psychology. The cross-cultural relevance of EI. As the contributors to this volume in the Springer Series on Human Exceptionality make clear, these insights and methods hold rich potential for professionals in such fields as social and personality psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, psychiatry, business, and education.

Emotional Intelligence 101

Emotional intelligence meets traditional standards for an intelligence. Intelligence
, 27, 267–298. Mayer, J. D., Caruso, D.R., Salovey, P., & Siterenios, G. (2001).
Emotional intelligence as a standard intelligence. Emotions, 1, 232–242. Mayer ...

Author: Moshe Zeidner, PhD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826105661

Category: Psychology

Page: 320

View: 683

As the first science-based introduction to the topic, this latest addition to The Psych 101 Series discusses one of the most pivotal new psychological concepts of the twenty-first century: emotional intelligence (EI). Concise yet comprehensive, it provides a critical but balanced account of this new research area, emphasizing what psychologists can learn from the emerging science of EI and how it may help treat mental illness and delinquency, among other issues. An appropriate text for students and practitioners alike, it presents an even-handed appraisal of EI programs, focusing on both their potential and their limitations. Key Features: Discusses how EI can improve student learning and enhance key work skills such as communication and teamwork Covers key research issues, including methods for measuring EI, its overlap with conventional ability and personality traits, and the validity of testing for EI Reviews applied studies and the contribution that research on EI may make to address real-world personal and societal problems Examines the main conceptual, measurement, and research issues identified in various lines of research, most conducted within the last ten years

Emotional Intelligence

CHAPTER 6 Emotional Intelligence What ' s in a Name ? Elizabeth M . Freeland ,
Robert A . Terry , and Joseph L . Rodgers Introduction In recent years the
popularity of the construct “ emotional intelligence ” ( EI ) has steadily increased .

Author: Jerrell C. Cassady

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 9781433101960

Category: Education

Page: 229

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Essays explore the concept of emotional intelligence from the perspective of both educational and positive psychology.

Emotional Intelligence in Everyday Life

In this chapter , I will focus on the relationship between emotional intelligence ( EI
) and self - actualization and examine the extent to which the former construct
influences the latter . Although many of us have heard of these concepts before ...

Author: C. J. Wolfe

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781841690285

Category: Psychology

Page: 230

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The first book to provide a serious comprehensive review of the field and the ways in which emotional intelligence is important to everyday life.

Competency Emotional Intelligence Benchmarking

Competencies reinforce new ways of working at Positive Steps Oldham ” , Rachel
Suff , Competency & Emotional Intelligence , vol . 14 no.1 , autumn 2006 . 2. “
UBS's online performance management system contributes to business ...

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Category: Achievement motivation

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Emotional Intelligence at Work

According to the proponents of emotional intelligence (EQ), a person's emotional
make-up largely determines his or her professional success. They believe that
EQis the most important determinant of the extent of professional and personal ...

Author: Dalip Singh

Publisher: SAGE Publications India

ISBN: 0761935320

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 235

View: 328

This thoroughly revised Third Edition of a highly acclaimed book is an essential guide to recognize, understand, and manage emotions. The author describes emotional intelligence as consisting of three psychological dimensions–emotional sensitivity, emotional maturity, and emotional competency–which motivate individuals to maximize productivity, manage change, and resolve conflicts. A special feature of the book is the references to work done in India, leading to conclusions applicable to the Indian work culture.

Emotional Intelligence

This chapter outlines some open research problems in Emotional Intelligence. It
begins with reasoning with and without emotions, and justifies that reasoning
with emotions may introduce contradictions, and thus requires a formalism of ...

Author: Aruna Chakraborty

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540686061

Category: Mathematics

Page: 326

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Emotional Intelligence is a new discipline of knowledge, dealing with modeling, recognition and control of human emotions. The book Emotional Intelligence: A Cybernetic Approach, to the best of the authors’ knowledge is a first compreh- sive text of its kind that provides a clear introduction to the subject in a precise and insightful writing style. It begins with a philosophical introduction to E- tional Intelligence, and gradually explores the mathematical models for emotional dynamics to study the artificial control of emotion using music and videos, and also to determine the interactions between emotion and logic from the points of view of reasoning. The later part of the book covers the chaotic behavior of - existing emotions under certain conditions of emotional dynamics. Finally, the book attempts to cluster emotions using electroencephalogram signals, and d- onstrates the scope of application of emotional intelligence in several engineering systems, such as human-machine interfaces, psychotherapy, user assistance s- tems, and many others. The book includes ten chapters. Chapter 1 provides an introduction to the s- ject from a philosophical and psychological standpoint. It outlines the fundamental causes of emotion arousal, and typical characteristics of the phenomenon of an emotive experience. The relation between emotion and rationality of thoughts is also introduced here. Principles of natural regulation of emotions are discussed in brief, and the biological basis of emotion arousal using an affective neu- scientific model is introduced next.

Promoting Emotional Intelligence in Organizations

Make Training in Emotional Intelligence Effective Cary Cherniss, Mitchel Adler ...
Even if managers and executives recognize the importance of emotional
intelligence, they often doubt whether adult workers can improve in this way. Yet,
U.S. ...

Author: Cary Cherniss

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

ISBN: 9781562861377

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 186

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Based on the study of model programs and from hundreds of studies on the psychology of behavioral change, the 22 best-practice guidelines presented in this book offers the tools and data needed to sell and implement emotional intelligence training within your organization.

Put Emotional Intelligence to Work

There is both a personal and interpersonal or social component to emotional
intelligence. Daniel Goleman, RichardBoyatzis, and Annie McKee (2002) have
introduced a model for understanding emotional intelligence that divides
personal ...

Author: Jeff Feldman

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

ISBN: 1562864823

Category: Self-Help

Page: 176

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Emotional intelligence, the awareness of and ability to manage one's emotions in a healthy and productive manner, is central to Daniel Goleman's groundbreaking work of the last decade. Today, authors Mulle and Feldman, take the concept to the layperson - teaching that emotional awareness is a direct key to personal and professional success. This new title by ASTD Press, will help individuals at all levels understand how emotions have a direct and profound effect on how well he or she performs on the job and life.

What We Know about Emotional Intelligence

Foreword Sir Henry Cavendish (1731–1810) was a brilliant scientist; emotionally,
however, he was a dud. Among other things, he ... For better or worse, our
emotions, as much as our intelligence, are a sign of our humanity. About 2,300
years ...

Author: Moshe Zeidner

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262291614

Category: Psychology

Page: 462

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Sorting out the scientific facts from the unsupported hype about emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence (or EI)—the ability to perceive, regulate, and communicate emotions, to understand emotions in ourselves and others—has been the subject of best-selling books, magazine cover stories, and countless media mentions. It has been touted as a solution for problems ranging from relationship issues to the inadequacies of local schools. But the media hype has far outpaced the scientific research on emotional intelligence. In What We Know about Emotional Intelligence, three experts who are actively involved in research into EI offer a state-of-the-art account of EI in theory and practice. They tell us what we know about EI based not on anecdote or wishful thinking but on science. What We Know about Emotional Intelligence looks at current knowledge about EI with the goal of translating it into practical recommendations in work, school, social, and psychological contexts.

Emotional Intelligence In Action

Exploring. Fifteen. Competencies. of. Emotional. Intelligence. TWO. PART. Part.
Two provides a description of each of the fifteen emotional competencies that
combine to make up social and emotional intelligence according to the Bar-On ...

Author: Marcia Hughes

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118046814

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 416

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Emotional Intelligence in Action shows how to tap the power of EI through forty-six exercises that can be used to build effective emotional skills and create real change. The workouts are designed to align with the four leading emotional intelligence measures—EQ-I or EQ-360, ECI 360, MSCEIT, and EQ Map, —or can be used independently or as part of a wider leadership and management development program. All of the book's forty-six exercises offer experiential learning scenarios that have been proven to enhance emotional intelligence competencies.

The Educator s Guide to Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement

Part III, educators share their stories about bringing social-emotional learning (
SEL)/emotional intelligence into their classrooms. They do this for several
reasons. First, they have come to believe in its importance and would like others
to ...

Author: Maurice J. Elias

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781412914819

Category: Education

Page: 273

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This comprehensive guide to emotional intelligence presents best practices from more than 25 experts, creating a new gold standard for bringing social-emotional learning into every classroom.

Assessing Emotional Intelligence

Among these, communication skills, teamwork, and self-management are three
domains that implicate emotional intelligence competencies (BCA & ACCI, 2002,
pp. 9–10). The uncritical acceptance of the trends at work in globalisation and the
 ...

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Publisher: Cambria Press

ISBN: 1621969746

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Fostering Emotional Intelligence in K 8 Students

As students mature and begin to develop their own sense of feelings , emotions ,
beliefs , and values , the issues of personal integrity and ethics become an
important aspect of emotional intelligence . Ethics can be defined as a system of
 ...

Author: Gwen Doty

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9780761977483

Category: Education

Page: 155

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This book is a must-read for teachers and educators who recognize that it takes more than scholarly achievement to help shape a student into a successful adult.

The Emotional Intelligence Activity Book

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES FOR DEVELOPING
INTERPERSONAL SKILLS (Substitute the word “peer” for leader when facilitating
these exercises.) E ti | Emotional Intelligence ITI 0 | 0 n a Competencies
Intellidence GD g o § É 5 ...

Author: Adele Lynn

Publisher: AMACOM

ISBN: 9780814426395

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 304

View: 568

We've all heard of ""IQ""...but what's ""EQ?"" It's ""Emotional Quotient"" (aka Emotional Intelligence), and experts say that EQ is a greater predictor of success at work than IQ. Companies are increasingly looking for ways to motivate and develop their employees' emotional intelligence. This book presents trainers and coaches with 50 innovative exercises to be used for either individuals or groups.The activities found in the book are grouped according to the various core competencies associated with Emotional Intelligence:* Self-Awareness and Control: an awareness of one's values, emotions, skills, and drives, and the ability to control one's emotional responses* Empathy: an understanding of how others perceive situations* Social Expertness: the ability to build relationships based on an assumption of human equality* Mastery of Vision: the development and communication of a personal philosophyThe book also includes suggested training combinations and coaching tips.

Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment EISA Participant Workbook

Steven J. Stein, Derek Mann, Peter Papadogiannis, Wendy Gordon.
Development Exercises 75 Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment (EISA)
Perceiving Exercise Emotion Profiling The objective of this exercise is. The
Emotional Intelligence ...

Author: Steven J. Stein

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470462108

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 144

View: 287

Your Personal Guide to Understanding and Increasing Your Emotional Intelligence This hands-on workbook is your companion to the dynamic Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment (EISA) workshop in which you will be given the opportunity to measure your skills in five key areas?Perceiving, Managing, Decision Making, Achieving, and Influencing. These are the key areas that most influence personal performance. Once you have completed the 50-item self and 360° assessments, the EISA workbook will help you better understand how emotional and social skills impact your performance and how you can strengthen your effectiveness by using these skills successfully. The EISA participant workbook will also help you: Discover the major components of emotional intelligence Recognize the behaviors and characteristics of an emotionally intelligent person Identify areas where you can apply emotional intelligence Evaluate your own emotional strengths and opportunities for growth Generate action steps for improving your emotional and social abilities that will lead to success