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Managing Self and Emotional Quotient. By Dr Anjali Bansal [email protected] IQ,EQ & SQ. IQ : Intelligence Quotient is a measure of your mental intelligence EQ: Emotional Quotient is a measure of emotional intelligence

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iq eq sq
IQ,EQ & SQ
  • IQ : Intelligence Quotient is a measure of your mental intelligence
  • EQ: Emotional Quotient is a measure of emotional intelligence
    • Emotional Intelligence is the sum of the strengths and weaknesses of your emotional competencies that influence how you handle yourself and others in coping with the demands of your business and personal life
  • SQ: Spiritual Quotient is a measure of your spiritual intelligence
why eq matters
Why EQ matters?
  • People with high EI (i.e, high EQ) are able to:
    • relate to others with compassion and empathy,
    • have well-developed social skill,
    • have emotional awareness to direct their action and behavior
  • There is a strong correlation between emotional intelligence and work performance
how eq will help you
How EQ will help you?
  • Solve problems by using both logic and feelings
  • Be flexible in changing situations
  • Help other people express their needs
  • Calmly and thoughtfully respond to difficult people
  • Keep an optimistic and positive outlook
  • Continuously learn how to improve yourself and your organization
emotional quotient
Emotional Quotient
  • EQ is NOT
  • Aptitude
  • Achievement
  • Vocational interest
  • Personality
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EQ is:

  • Made up of short-term, tactical, dynamic skills that can be reliably measured
  • Improved by training, coaching, experience
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Emotional quotient
  • Why do some people possess a greater emotional well-being?
  • Why are some people better able to achieve success in life?
  • Why do some people who are blessed with superior intellectual abilities seem to fail in life, while others with more modest gifts succeed?
model of emotional intelligence
Model of emotional intelligence
  • Intrapersonal interpersonal
  • Stress management adaptability
  • general mood
  • effective performance
definition
Definition
  • “Emotional Intelligence is the aggregate of the strengths and weaknesses of your emotional competencies that influence how you handle yourself and others in coping with the demands and pressures of your business and personal life”
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“Emotional Intelligence is our ability to be aware of, make sense of, and make use of information from our emotional competencies to guide our thinking and actions with ourselves and others

the research
The Research
  • In every field, your EQ (emotional quotient) is 2 times as important as your cognitive abilities
  • Almost 90% of success in

leadership is attributable to EQ.

emotional intelligence map
Emotional intelligence map

Self-AwarenessEmpathy

Emotional Awareness Understand Others

Accurate Self-Assessment Developing Others

Self-Confidence Service Orientation

Self Management Leveraging Diversity

Self Control Political Awareness

Trustworthiness Social Skills

Conscientiousness Influence

AdaptabilityCommunication

Innovation Conflict Management

Motivation Leadership

Achievement Drive Change Catalyst

Commitment Building Bonds

Initiative Collaboration & Cooperation

Optimism Team Capabilities

self awareness
Self awareness
  • Definition: The ability to look at and understand oneself, respect and accept oneself, accepting one’s perceived positive and negative aspects as well as one’s limitations and possibilities.
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Self awareness
  • Not self-esteem
  • Like yourself as a total, and sometimes contradictory package, “warts and all”
  • Comfortable with yourself without “tooting your own horn”
  • Leads to authenticity
  • Components
    • Security
    • Self-assuredness
    • Inner security
    • Self confidence
empathy
Empathy
  • Definition: The ability to be attentive to, to understand, and to appreciate the feelings of others…it is being able to “emotionally read” other people.
how to increase your eq
How to increase your EQ
  • Conduct a “personal inventory.”
  • Analyze the setting & identify skills needed.
  • Enlist trusted friends.
  • Focus on a few competencies.
  • Practice, practice, practice.
  • Be observant and reflective.
  • Don’t expect immediate results.
  • Learn from your mistakes.
  • Acknowledge your successes
exercise
Exercise
  • Rate yourself according to these EQ-i factors
  • Which of the EQ-i factors would you most want to further develop and why?
  • What are 1 or 2 specific actions you could take starting today to enhance your EI?
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