CHAPTER9-emotional intelligence.pptx

Ma. Ann Criselda Arceta
Ma. Ann Criselda ArcetaSecondary Teacher major in TLE um ypsilon lake corp.
emotional
intelligence
CHAPTER9-emotional intelligence.pptx
*emotional intelligence
a measure of
intelligence that focuses
on personal qualities,
such as initiative,
empathy, adaptability,
and persuasiveness.
clarified misconceptions
about emotional intelligence
“not being nice” because there
are moments when a person
has to be bluntly confronting
someone with an
uncomfortable but
consequential truth
clarified misconceptions
about emotional intelligence
emotional intelligence does not
mean giving free rein to feelings –
“ .”
clarified misconceptions
about emotional intelligence
Rather, it means
managing feelings so that
they are expressed
appropriately and effectively,
enabling people to work
together smoothly toward
clarified misconceptions
about emotional intelligence
emotional intelligence seems to
be largely learned and itall
continues to develop as we go
through life and learn from our
experiences
*Even people with high
emotional intelligence
overall may be strong in
some specific abilities
and relatively weaker in
others.
people growin emotional
intelligence to maturity
through the years as they
grewmore
adept at
handling their
own emotions
and impulses
people growin emotional
intelligence to maturity
through the years as they
grewmore
motivating
themselves
people growin emotional
intelligence to maturity
through the years as they
grewmore
adept at
housing their
empathy and
social adroitness
five elements
of emotional intelligence
You know what you are feeling as
you have the emotion, and you are
in touch even with subtle or fleeting
feelings about things
1self-awareness
five elements
of emotional intelligence
You are not carried away by
impulse, but can delay gratification
in the pursuit of your goals
2self-motivation
five elements
of emotional intelligence
When you are in a bad mood,
depressed or anxious, you don’t
ruminate about it, but you are able
to find a way to soothe or contain it
3self-regulation
five elements
of emotional intelligence
empathy
You are usually able to sense what
othersare feeling, even without
being told.
4
five elements
of emotional intelligence
relationship
You are good at handling conflict
and emotional upsets in a
relationship.
5 adeptness in
capacities of
emotionally intelligent persons
Each makes a unique contribution
to job performance.
1 Independent
CHAPTER9-emotional intelligence.pptx
capacities of
emotionally intelligent persons
they come to rely on each other to
work on same task.
2Interdependent
CHAPTER9-emotional intelligence.pptx
CHAPTER9-emotional intelligence.pptx
capacities of
emotionally intelligent persons
The emotional intelligence
capacities build upon one another
self-awareness iscrucial for self-regulation and empathy;
self-regulation and self-awareness contribute to motivation;
all the first four are at work in social skills.
3 Hierarchical
capacities of
emotionally intelligent persons
Necessary
but not sufficient
Having underlying emotional
intelligence ability does not guarantee
people will develop or display the
associated competencies
4
capacities of
emotionally intelligent persons
Generic
The general list isto some extent
applicable to all jobs.
However, different jobs make differing competence
demands.
5
the
competencies
one needs for
success may
change as
one rises
through the
ranks; in most
large
organizations
Managers
CEO
Directors
The rest
CHAPTER9-emotional intelligence.pptx
*Children whose parents were
good emotional coaches,
were more relaxed
biologically, more popular,
less rude and aggressive, and
scored better on math and
reading tests.
Children who had courses in
emotional literacy were…
Better able to
recognize their
feelings & handle
their anger,
aggression, and
anxiety.
1
Children who had courses in
emotional literacy were…
Better able to
control impulses
and tolerate
frustration.
2
Children who had courses in
emotional literacy were…
More emphatic
and better
listeners
3
Children who had courses in
emotional literacy were…
More popular,
considerate,
and betterat
resolving conflicts
4
*Sharon Begley and
Richard Davidson (2013)
have seen thousands of
people who share similar
backgrounds respond in
dramatically different ways
to the same experience.
*Why does one person
recover quickly from
divorce while another
remains mired in self-
recrimination or despair?
*Why does one sibling
bounce back from a
job loss while another
feels worthless for
years?
The answer that has emerged from their researches
isthat these differences reflect what they called …
*emotional style
a constellation of reactions and coping
responses that differ in kind, intensity,
and duration.
*The old view of cognition which is
considered the most exalted of human
capacity evolved from the frontal cortex,
and emotion from the limbic system
*The iambic system deep
in the brain, including the
amygdala and
hippocampus as the site
of anger, fear, and
anxiety, as well as positive
emotions.
*The frontal cortex, just
behind the forehead was
the exalted thinker, where
forethought and
judgement, reason and
volition, attention and
cognition came from.
What Is the Difference between
IQ and EQ?
High emotional intelligence isoften
the key factor in success people of
high IQ often wind up working for
people of middling or even lower
intelligence.
emotional
quotient
intelligence
quotient
High IQ makes
you a good
English
professor
Adding high EQ
makes you the
chairman of the
English
Department.
emotional
quotient
intelligence
quotient
High IQ makes
you a
sociologist of
marriage.
High EQ makes
you happily
married.
emotional
quotient
intelligence
quotient
High IQ makes
you a
valedictorian.
High EQ makes
you a body
president.
emotional
quotient
intelligence
quotient
High IQ makes
you a brilliant
fiscal analyst
High EQ makes
you a CEO.
emotional
quotient
intelligence
quotient
High IQ lets you
write a
psychiatric
theory
High EQ means
you don’t need
a psychiatrist
emotional
quotient
intelligence
quotient
High IQ makes
you a legal
scholar.
Adding high EQ
makes you a
brilliant trial
lawyer
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
“Introverted people aren’t
bothered by social situations,
they just prefer not to engage.”
-Louis Schmidt
Introverts find such social
interactions taxing.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
Very shy and introverted
people have been shown to
succumb more rapidly to
diseases like HIV and to be
at greater risk for depression
than their extroverted
counterparts.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
In schools, it’s the bolder
kids who get attention from
teachers, while quiet
children can too easily
languish in the back
of the classroom.
hidden benefits of the
introverted temperament
Introverts may be able
to fitall their friends
in a phone booth,
but those relationships
tend to be deep and
rewarding.
1
hidden benefits of the
introverted temperament
Introverts are more
cautious and deliberate
than extroverts, but that
means they tend to think
things through more
thoroughly, which means
they can often make
smarter decisions.
2
Studies show that introverts
tend to be better gamblers
because they have so
keen an awareness of risk.
An example is Warren Buflett,
the world's greatest investor,
is widely considered to be a
homebody, happier reading
annual reports or playing
bridge than going out and
socializing.
hidden benefits of the
introverted temperament
3Introverts are better at
listening, which after all,
is easier to do if you're
not talking.
"Introverted leaders tend to be more
detail oriented and better able to
heartheir employees."
-Jennifer Kahnweiler
hidden benefits of the
introverted temperament
Introverts find it easier to
spend long periods in
solitary work, which turns
out to be the best way to
come up with a fresh
idea or master a skill.
4
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
In one study, Ericsson and some
of his colleagues divide violinists
into three groups,
ranging from those who would
likely go on to professional
careers to those who would
become teachers instead of
performers.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
The researchers asked the
violinists to keep diaries and
found that all three groups
spent about the same amount
of time — more than 50 hours
a week — on musical
activities.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
But the two groups whose
skill levels made them
likelier to play well enough
to perform publicly spent
most of their
time practicing in
solitude.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
In later studies, Ericson and
his colleagues found similar
results with chess grand
masters, athletes and even
ordinary college students
studying for exams.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
For all these groups,
solitary training allows
for a level of intense and
personal focus that's hard
to sustain in a group setting.
“You gain the most on your
performance when you
work alone.”
-Ericsson
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
Introversion & extroversion
aren’t fixed categories but
they are vital to our
personality.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
There’s a subtle bias
against introverts, and it's
emerging a waste of talent
and energy and happiness.
Faking it is exactly what a
lot of introverts learn to do
from an early age.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
Scientists have begun to
learn that the introverted or
extroverted temperament
seems strongly inborn and
inherited, influencing our
behavior from after we're
out of the womb.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
*Jerome Kagan and his
colleagues gathered a
sample group of 500 4-
month-old infants and
exposed them to new
experiences in the lab,
including popping balloons,
colorful mobiles and the smell
of alcohol on cotton swabs.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
*Jerome Kagan and his
colleagues gathered a
sample group of 500 4-
month-old infants and
exposed them to new
experiences in the lab,
including popping balloons,
colorful mobiles and the smell
of alcohol on cotton swabs.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
*20%of the infants reacted
intensely to the stimuli, crying
and pumping their arms.
*40%stayed relatively quiet
*40%fell between the
two extremes.
INTROVERT and EXTROVERT
*While our
temperaments may
define us, that doesn’t
mean we’re controlled by
them –if we can find
something or someone
that motivates us to push
beyond the boundaries of
our nerves.
The
presentatio
n ends
here.
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CHAPTER9-emotional intelligence.pptx

  • 3. *emotional intelligence a measure of intelligence that focuses on personal qualities, such as initiative, empathy, adaptability, and persuasiveness.
  • 4. clarified misconceptions about emotional intelligence “not being nice” because there are moments when a person has to be bluntly confronting someone with an uncomfortable but consequential truth
  • 5. clarified misconceptions about emotional intelligence emotional intelligence does not mean giving free rein to feelings – “ .”
  • 6. clarified misconceptions about emotional intelligence Rather, it means managing feelings so that they are expressed appropriately and effectively, enabling people to work together smoothly toward
  • 7. clarified misconceptions about emotional intelligence emotional intelligence seems to be largely learned and itall continues to develop as we go through life and learn from our experiences
  • 8. *Even people with high emotional intelligence overall may be strong in some specific abilities and relatively weaker in others.
  • 9. people growin emotional intelligence to maturity through the years as they grewmore adept at handling their own emotions and impulses
  • 10. people growin emotional intelligence to maturity through the years as they grewmore motivating themselves
  • 11. people growin emotional intelligence to maturity through the years as they grewmore adept at housing their empathy and social adroitness
  • 12. five elements of emotional intelligence You know what you are feeling as you have the emotion, and you are in touch even with subtle or fleeting feelings about things 1self-awareness
  • 13. five elements of emotional intelligence You are not carried away by impulse, but can delay gratification in the pursuit of your goals 2self-motivation
  • 14. five elements of emotional intelligence When you are in a bad mood, depressed or anxious, you don’t ruminate about it, but you are able to find a way to soothe or contain it 3self-regulation
  • 15. five elements of emotional intelligence empathy You are usually able to sense what othersare feeling, even without being told. 4
  • 16. five elements of emotional intelligence relationship You are good at handling conflict and emotional upsets in a relationship. 5 adeptness in
  • 17. capacities of emotionally intelligent persons Each makes a unique contribution to job performance. 1 Independent
  • 19. capacities of emotionally intelligent persons they come to rely on each other to work on same task. 2Interdependent
  • 22. capacities of emotionally intelligent persons The emotional intelligence capacities build upon one another self-awareness iscrucial for self-regulation and empathy; self-regulation and self-awareness contribute to motivation; all the first four are at work in social skills. 3 Hierarchical
  • 23. capacities of emotionally intelligent persons Necessary but not sufficient Having underlying emotional intelligence ability does not guarantee people will develop or display the associated competencies 4
  • 24. capacities of emotionally intelligent persons Generic The general list isto some extent applicable to all jobs. However, different jobs make differing competence demands. 5
  • 25. the competencies one needs for success may change as one rises through the ranks; in most large organizations Managers CEO Directors The rest
  • 27. *Children whose parents were good emotional coaches, were more relaxed biologically, more popular, less rude and aggressive, and scored better on math and reading tests.
  • 28. Children who had courses in emotional literacy were… Better able to recognize their feelings & handle their anger, aggression, and anxiety. 1
  • 29. Children who had courses in emotional literacy were… Better able to control impulses and tolerate frustration. 2
  • 30. Children who had courses in emotional literacy were… More emphatic and better listeners 3
  • 31. Children who had courses in emotional literacy were… More popular, considerate, and betterat resolving conflicts 4
  • 32. *Sharon Begley and Richard Davidson (2013) have seen thousands of people who share similar backgrounds respond in dramatically different ways to the same experience.
  • 33. *Why does one person recover quickly from divorce while another remains mired in self- recrimination or despair?
  • 34. *Why does one sibling bounce back from a job loss while another feels worthless for years?
  • 35. The answer that has emerged from their researches isthat these differences reflect what they called … *emotional style a constellation of reactions and coping responses that differ in kind, intensity, and duration.
  • 36. *The old view of cognition which is considered the most exalted of human capacity evolved from the frontal cortex, and emotion from the limbic system
  • 37. *The iambic system deep in the brain, including the amygdala and hippocampus as the site of anger, fear, and anxiety, as well as positive emotions.
  • 38. *The frontal cortex, just behind the forehead was the exalted thinker, where forethought and judgement, reason and volition, attention and cognition came from.
  • 39. What Is the Difference between IQ and EQ? High emotional intelligence isoften the key factor in success people of high IQ often wind up working for people of middling or even lower intelligence.
  • 40. emotional quotient intelligence quotient High IQ makes you a good English professor Adding high EQ makes you the chairman of the English Department.
  • 41. emotional quotient intelligence quotient High IQ makes you a sociologist of marriage. High EQ makes you happily married.
  • 42. emotional quotient intelligence quotient High IQ makes you a valedictorian. High EQ makes you a body president.
  • 43. emotional quotient intelligence quotient High IQ makes you a brilliant fiscal analyst High EQ makes you a CEO.
  • 44. emotional quotient intelligence quotient High IQ lets you write a psychiatric theory High EQ means you don’t need a psychiatrist
  • 45. emotional quotient intelligence quotient High IQ makes you a legal scholar. Adding high EQ makes you a brilliant trial lawyer
  • 46. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT “Introverted people aren’t bothered by social situations, they just prefer not to engage.” -Louis Schmidt Introverts find such social interactions taxing.
  • 47. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT Very shy and introverted people have been shown to succumb more rapidly to diseases like HIV and to be at greater risk for depression than their extroverted counterparts.
  • 48. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT In schools, it’s the bolder kids who get attention from teachers, while quiet children can too easily languish in the back of the classroom.
  • 49. hidden benefits of the introverted temperament Introverts may be able to fitall their friends in a phone booth, but those relationships tend to be deep and rewarding. 1
  • 50. hidden benefits of the introverted temperament Introverts are more cautious and deliberate than extroverts, but that means they tend to think things through more thoroughly, which means they can often make smarter decisions. 2
  • 51. Studies show that introverts tend to be better gamblers because they have so keen an awareness of risk.
  • 52. An example is Warren Buflett, the world's greatest investor, is widely considered to be a homebody, happier reading annual reports or playing bridge than going out and socializing.
  • 53. hidden benefits of the introverted temperament 3Introverts are better at listening, which after all, is easier to do if you're not talking. "Introverted leaders tend to be more detail oriented and better able to heartheir employees." -Jennifer Kahnweiler
  • 54. hidden benefits of the introverted temperament Introverts find it easier to spend long periods in solitary work, which turns out to be the best way to come up with a fresh idea or master a skill. 4
  • 55. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT In one study, Ericsson and some of his colleagues divide violinists into three groups, ranging from those who would likely go on to professional careers to those who would become teachers instead of performers.
  • 56. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT The researchers asked the violinists to keep diaries and found that all three groups spent about the same amount of time — more than 50 hours a week — on musical activities.
  • 57. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT But the two groups whose skill levels made them likelier to play well enough to perform publicly spent most of their time practicing in solitude.
  • 58. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT In later studies, Ericson and his colleagues found similar results with chess grand masters, athletes and even ordinary college students studying for exams.
  • 59. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT For all these groups, solitary training allows for a level of intense and personal focus that's hard to sustain in a group setting. “You gain the most on your performance when you work alone.” -Ericsson
  • 60. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT Introversion & extroversion aren’t fixed categories but they are vital to our personality.
  • 61. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT There’s a subtle bias against introverts, and it's emerging a waste of talent and energy and happiness. Faking it is exactly what a lot of introverts learn to do from an early age.
  • 62. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT Scientists have begun to learn that the introverted or extroverted temperament seems strongly inborn and inherited, influencing our behavior from after we're out of the womb.
  • 63. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT *Jerome Kagan and his colleagues gathered a sample group of 500 4- month-old infants and exposed them to new experiences in the lab, including popping balloons, colorful mobiles and the smell of alcohol on cotton swabs.
  • 64. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT *Jerome Kagan and his colleagues gathered a sample group of 500 4- month-old infants and exposed them to new experiences in the lab, including popping balloons, colorful mobiles and the smell of alcohol on cotton swabs.
  • 65. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT *20%of the infants reacted intensely to the stimuli, crying and pumping their arms. *40%stayed relatively quiet *40%fell between the two extremes.
  • 66. INTROVERT and EXTROVERT *While our temperaments may define us, that doesn’t mean we’re controlled by them –if we can find something or someone that motivates us to push beyond the boundaries of our nerves.