Psychologist Peter Quarry discusses emotional intelligence. He distinguishes emotional intelligence from emotional competence.
The first step to develop emotional intelligence is to recognize your own thinking patterns and to get in touch with your intuition.
The second step toward emotional competence is becoming aware of emotional self-control—including controlling emotions and staying calm in difficult or challenging situations.
The third step toward emotional competence is understanding others’ emotions—being sensitive to others and showing concern about helping other people.
The fourth step toward emotional competence concerns social skills, that is, communicating feelings and encouraging open communication. Social skills include adaptability.
Credits: Developing Emotional Competence
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This program helps viewers discover what emotional competence is and how to develop it in four easy steps. First, users define emotional competence—recognizing your own thinking patterns and getting in touch with your own intuition. Secondly, becoming aware of emotional self control—including controlling emotions and staying calm in difficult or challenging situations. Thirdly, understanding others’ emotions—being sensitive to others and showing concern to help other people. And finally, social skills—communicating your feelings and encouraging open communication. (15 minutes)
Length: 15 minutes
Copyright date: ©2007
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