Emotional intelligence means to be smart with feelings and examples of emotional intelligence are:
* being able to recognize and manage your emotions appropriately
* being able to recognize and effectively deal with others’ emotions
* being able to motivate yourself and maintain successful relationships
In short, emotional intelligence is the skill of perceiving, understanding, and effectively managing emotions like anger, happiness, anxiety, optimism, humor, sadness, fear, shame, love.
Emotional intelligence example 1
Two people had a fight with their boss at work. One of them was emotionally intelligent and the other wasn't.
On returning to their homes the first, who ...view middle of the document...
And when the truth is revealed, parent gladly shares the failure though due to immature perception of the child and in the whole bargain the child by then has matured in his/her intelligence levels and abilities.
- And the parent knows it too well that once the child grows, s/he will have the wisdom and strength to understand the truth and accept that his/her demands were irrational and perhaps simply laugh over it, moving ahead for rational goals for a wholesome life.
Emotional intelligence example 3
I had a manager years ago that developed a unique career-path for all employees within the department to follow. He worked with senior managers and executives to create an employee cultivation track. This meant that the first had set milestones for employees to meet within a specified time-frame. The rational for this was to avoid employee career stagnation , complacency, and a potential threat to lowering morale, As the firm expanded the employees were put on an evolutionary pathway upward. One thing that our managers stressed was to avoid remaining in the same position too long for complacency. When lay-offs were required, the firm allowed employees to do so voluntarily with an open invitation for rehire if the employees failed to find work when conditions improved for the firm.
This nicety created a wholesome environment and very few employees had a bad thing to say about the company.
The employees complied and eventually some of the employees were rehired while others found jobs elsewhere. The CEO of the firm shapes the attitudes and structure of the organization and she should judge the firm just like they make a decision on hiring.
Emotional intelligence goes beyond just "getting it done." It means that one has to be confident enough to think beyond one's own needs to sincerely embrace the greater good of the company and the team. Everyone has value, even if they don't all share the same talent. Bosses with emotional intelligence dare to be fair and stand up for what is right, despite popular opinion. When you are in a good situation, this is likely the reason, and the entire team hums. Currently, I am working with a team that has mutual respect for each other and the differences that each brings is part of what holds the projects together. It's great to have this appreciation and respect.
Emotional intelligence example 4
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