1. APPRENDRE MIEUX GERER SES EMOTIONS CONTENU: 1. LES EMOTIONS 2. LINTELLIGENCE EMOTIONNELLE 3. LE CERVEAU 4. LE CONTROLE DE SON IMPULSIVITE 5. LA CHAINE EMOTIVO-RATIONNEL 6. LE STRESS 7. EVALUATION / EXAMEN.
2. Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
3. Emotional Intelligence
4. Definition of Emotional intelligence
The Common Definition of Emotional Intelligence is use by Goleman, BarOn, Meyer, Salovey and Caruso to define the concept of emotional intelligence
Emotional intelligence is the innate potential to feel, use, communicate, recognize, remember, learn, manage and understand emotions.
5. Emotional Intelligence
is primarily a function of emotional development
An emotionally intelligent leader is one who can persuade others to do the same thing and to make them feel good about it and want to wake up in the morning and keep doing it.
7. Emotional Intelligence Feelings are indispensable for rational decision making. Feelings are like a compass, they guide us in the right direction.
20 % du Raisonnement analytique (Intelligence classique )
80 % de lIntelligence motionnelle
The capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others.
The ability to identify emotion in ones physical states, feelings and thoughts.
What is Emotional Intelligence ? John Mayer & Peter Salovey
For motivating ourselves
for managing emotions
well in ourselves and others
the ability to acquire and apply knowledge from your emotions and the emotions of others
skill to use your emotions to help you make choices
effective control over yourself and your impact on others.
Why Emotional Intelligence
( IQ )
Based on cognitive abilities verbal perceptual analytical
13. Emotional Intelligence ( EQ )
Based on emotional abilities
Emotions governed the relationship changed
14. A major difference
EQ has more upside potential than IQ
EQ helps people work with others.
EQ can help people overcome their frustrations and get along with others