Emotional Intelligence - Assignment Sample

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EMOTIONALINTELLIGENCE
Table of ContentsBACKGROUND.............................................................................................................................3LITERATURE REVIEW................................................................................................................4REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................6
BACKGROUNDEmotional Intelligence is also known as Emotional Leadership or Emotional IntelligenceQuotient is referred to as an individual's ability to recognize their emotions and of others,distinguish between different feelings and mark them, make use of emotional information toguide thinking & manage emotions so that can adapt environment or achieve goals. The termfirst appeared in 1964 by Michael Beldoch. The definition of emotional intelligence is broke infour abilities such as perceive, use, understand and manage emotions (Higuchi and et.al., 2017).Emotional Intelligence in a child is the capability of the child to identify, measure, express &control their emotions. It is said that high level of emotional intelligence help children to usetheir feelings to determine & solve challenges, communicate with people around and make theirown decisions. The way the children determine, understand & manage their emotions can impacttheir relationship with classmates to even performance in class. Emotional Intelligence is said tobe an important part towards success i.e. inside the classroom & beyond. It is said that studentswho have higher emotional intelligence are able to succeed in maintaining relations with others.This help them in developing self-motivation as well as effective communication skills, these aresome essential ability that help students in becoming more confident (Ahmadpanah and et.al.,2016).On the contrary students who have low emotional intelligence are said to have lowconnectivity in school and this negatively affects their performance. Improving emotionalintelligence can help children in raising self-awareness, boost self-motivation, build empathy,manage stress, make good decisions, develop relations, communicate effectively as they tend toconnect to self as well as others emotions that help them in achieving their goals. It starts whenthe kid start going to the kindergarten and share their crayons and as they grow older they learnto play with other in the playground and avoid hurt others feelings and start connecting withthem. There are certain ways in which students can develop emotional intelligence. For example,develop the ability in children to listen for understanding not merely to respond but have theintention to understand (Nathanson and et.al., 2016). Respond with empathy , this means thatstudents have the feeling to connect with others, understand others feeling. It is a part oflearning. Understanding their own and others emotions is the beginning point. For students tofocus on their careers they must have the ability to understand their own emotions. Thecapability to manage emotions is important for students success, where they learn to interact and
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