University of Southern Indiana

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence Core Components, skills and habits. 

In this course, we will explore the 3 basic skills core components of Emotional Intelligence (EI). The first is emotional awareness — the ability to identify your own emotions and the emotions of others. The second is the ability to harness emotions and apply them to tasks such as thinking and problem solving, and the third is the ability to manage emotions, regulating your own and being able to cheer up others or calm them down when they need it. There are several habits exhibited by Emotionally Intelligent people. We will review 10 of them and have opportunities to practice them, and receive feedback, during this course:  Does your organization understand EI, ten most common Habits of EI, identify personal level of EI, additional resources offered to build skills, opportunities to build core skills of EI, increase awareness of EI and impact effectiveness, get real-time feedback regarding EI, and ways to track results. 

Each participant will receive a report that looks at a person’s emotional intelligence, which is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions to facilitate high levels of collaboration and productivity. The report is designed to provide insight into two broad areas: intrapersonal and interpersonal emotional intelligence. 

The report measures five dimensions of emotional intelligence: Self-Awareness, Self-Regulation, Motivation, Empathy and Social Skills. The report also gives suggestions on how to improve each of the five dimensions of emotional intelligence. 

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