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Emotional Intelligence Consortium - Articles, Research and Information on Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence Consortium - Articles, Research and Information on Emotional Intelligence
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9 principes clés pour l'alphabétisation émotionnelle des enfants L’alphabétisation émotionnelle peut s’apprendre à tout âge mais c’est cependant pendant l’enfance qu’elle s’apprend le mieux. – Claude Steiner (psychologue et auteur de L’ABC des émotions) Les enfants vont avoir tendance à adopter des habitudes émotionnelles qui collent avec la représentation que les adultes vont former à leur sujet (et que les enfants vont finir par se faire d’eux-mêmes à force d’être étiquetés) : grognon, gentille, impatient, méchante… Ces schémas émotionnels sont en grande partie appris des parents et des autres membres de l’entourage (adultes mais aussi enfants qui sont eux-mêmes dans un cercle vicieux d’étiquetage des autres et de mimétisme des adultes en reprenant les paroles qu’ils entendent). Une fois adoptées, ces habitudes deviennent des schémas répétitifs ou scénarios décrivant la vie présente et la vie telle qu’elle sera. On voit les effets de tels schémas qui se reproduisent de générations en générations. Les filles sont traitées différemment. 4.Etre honnête

Emotional Competence Training – American Express Financial Advisors - Emotional Intelligence Consortium Model Program Program Summary The Emotional Competence training program for managers has been under development at American Express Financial Advisors since 1992. A major goal of the program is to help managers to become "emotional coaches" for their direct reports. The training is designed to help the managers more fully appreciate the role that emotion plays in the work place and to develop a greater awareness of their own emotional reactions and those of their direct reports. The company recently completed an evaluation study suggesting that participation in the program contributes to an increase in sales revenue. Program Description A small group of staff in the life insurance division at American Express Financial Advisors originally developed this program in the early nineties. The program has been offered dozens of times throughout the company on a continuous basis since 1994. The program begins with a brief lecture on the nature of emotional intelligence.

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Lise Bourbeau :: Accueil About Emotional Intelligence Resources Emotional Intelligence Is... “Emotional intelligence is your ability to recognize and understand emotions in yourself and others, and your ability to use this awareness to manage your behavior and relationships.” Drs. Travis Bradberryand Jean Greaves Emotional intelligence 2.0 When emotional intelligence first appeared to the masses in 1995, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70% of the time. Emotional intelligence is the “something” in each of us that is a bit intangible. Personal competence is made up of your self-awareness and self-management skills, which focus more on you individually than on your interactions with other people. Self-Awareness is your ability to accurately perceive your emotions and stay aware of them as they happen. Social-Awareness is your ability to accurately pick up on emotions in other people and understand what is really going on.

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Fuel Critical Thinking: Ask Powerful QuestionsSix Seconds What will best fuel your learning and thinking: Data or questions? The answer: It depends. In large part, on the quality of the question. In the brief video below, Anabel Jensen, President of Six Seconds and Chairman of Education at Notre Dame de Namur, explains that the vast majority of question in classrooms are simply about factual recall. In Six Seconds’ methodology, questions are an essential ingredient. Factual: What year did the American Civil War begin? Interpretive: What were the most important causes of the war? Fusion: If you were the President in 1861, and your advisors told you that you had to declare war, how would you decide? Here’s the video of Dr. About the author - Six Seconds Six Seconds supports people to create positive change - everywhere... all the time.

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