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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

Who Drives Social-Emotional Learning? | by UNESCO MGIEP | Social Emotional Learning | Medium The value of a holistic education that prepares children through Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) has gained attention and fanfare over the last several years in the Western hemisphere. Programmes, research centres, and organisations, including the UN,[1] are acknowledging that the focus on teaching for the test is insufficient and that education needs a thorough “rethinking[2].” Enterprising initiatives stress the “new” focus to teach what have, in previous iterations of schooling, been considered the “soft skills” of character education to help young people navigate the vicissitudes of life. We emphasize the word “new” here because ideas of holistic education that address the interplay of mind, body, and spirit, are not new. Aspects of SEL, including critical inquiry, mindfulness, compassion, and empathy, are part of learning systems in many world cultures. It is a net positive that SEL is getting attention in the West. Is there a solution? [1] Chiu, B. [4]

Lise Bourbeau :: Accueil Emotional intelligence: why it matters and how to teach it | Teacher Network In our work with schools, it’s now commonplace for us to hear those in education talking about helping students (and staff) develop their emotional intelligence. But what do we mean exactly? Why and how should teachers support its development in their students? Emotional intelligence can be said to cover five main areas: self-awareness, emotional control, self-motivation, empathy and relationship skills. It is, of course, important for good communication with others – and is therefore a gateway to better learning, friendships, academic success and employment. The term emotional intelligence was popularised in the mid 90s by journalist Daniel Goleman’s book, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ. An iconic study tracked high-IQ students from childhood to late adulthood and found that those who achieved notable adult career success showed greater “will power, perseverance and desire to excel”. Active listening A vocabulary for feelings Developing self-awareness

Videos Sunday Sermon at Washington National Cathedral How to “Brave The Wilderness” with Marie Forleo of MarieTV SXSW EDU 2017: Daring Classrooms RSA Short: Blame 99U: Why Your Critics Aren’t The Ones Who Count Rising Strong Manifesto of the Brave and Brokenhearted Video Bravery & Authenticity in a Digital World: An Interview with Chase Jarvis The Power of Being Vulnerable with Jonathan Fields of Good Life Project SuperSoul Sunday: Faking It, Perfectionism, and Living Wholeheartedly RSA Short: Empathy SuperSoul Sessions: The Anatomy of Trust TED Talk: Listening to Shame TED Talk: The Power of Vulnerability #Momsplaining w/ Kristen Bell

Emotional Intelligence for School Leaders — EPIC Impact Education Group Developing emotional intelligence in school leaders is critical to meet the needs of a staff that is engaged in developing a common vision for their school, maintaining a focus on high achievement for all students, and creating a school culture of trust and respect. An overwhelming body of research is clear that school culture and ethos can increase engagement, productivity, and accelerate student learning. Great school leadership and positive school culture matter. One is not more important than the other, nor can either exist independent of each other. Over the past decade, we have called for principals to be instructional leaders, lead learners, learning leaders, managers, data gurus, and hiring experts, among many other duties. Emotional intelligence, or EI, can be defined as an “ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use this information to guide one’s thinking and action” (Salovey & Mayer, 1990, p.189). E + R = 0.

L’intelligence émotionnelle - Daniel Goleman - Livre - Je m'abonne Covid-19 Télétravail Violences faites aux femmes Accueil / Moi / Se connaître / Emotions / Livres / L’intelligence émotionnelle Sujets connexes Why Emotional And Social Intelligence Are Must-Have Leadership Traits Founder of the Legacy Leaders Institute, Transforming Executives & Entrepreneurs into High-Performing Impact Leaders. Regardless of which virtual circles I may be in, ranging from LinkedIn groups and Lives to webinars and Clubhouse rooms, one thing is so crystal clear: Our energy and tone of voice introduce every single one of us before we even get the chance to share our full profile, photo or video. The big question is, what are we broadcasting about ourselves to others individually and collectively? How we play or interact with others can quickly tell us, especially we human behavioralists and others in tune with human dynamics, what type of person we are dealing with at any given moment. But you don't have to be a behavioralist or an expert in emotional intelligence (EQ) or social intelligence (SQ) to pick up on the cues from other people, especially leaders and decision-makers. SQ, or social quotient, is the capacity to know oneself and to know others. Game on, champions!

Antonio Damasio, le neurologue des émotions Rédigé et vérifié par la psychologue Valeria213 dans 15 novembre, 2021. Dernière mise à jour : 15 novembre, 2021 On dit d’Antonio Damasio qu’il est “le magicien du cerveau” et que, grâce à lui, nous comprenons les processus mentaux d’une autre façon. Professeur de neurosciences, de neurologie et de psychologie à l’Université de Southern California et Prix Prince des Asturies en 2005, ses études sur les émotions et les mécanismes de la conscience en font une figure de référence indiscutable. Il est possible que son nom nous dise quelque chose, que nous l’admirions déjà depuis des années ou que nous ayons déjà lu par hasard un de ses livres. L’un de ses titres les plus connus, Et le cerveau créa l’Homme, suppose déjà un tout autre défi pour les idées générales que nous pouvons avoir sur cet organe fascinant. “Le fait de comprendre la différence entre les émotions et les sentiments a permis de faire tomber la barrière pour pouvoir étudier la nature des affects.” Lisez-le dans Nos Pensées

Six Emotional Leadership Styles Disciplines > Leadership > Six Emotional Leadership Styles Visionary | Coaching | Affiliative | Democratic | Pace-setting | Commanding | See also Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee, in Primal Leadership, describe six styles of leading that have different effects on the emotions of the target followers. These are styles, not types. Any leader can use any style, and a good mix that is customised to the situation is generally the most effective approach. The Visionary Leader The Visionary Leader moves people towards a shared vision, telling them where to go but not how to get there - thus motivating them to struggle forwards. They can fail when trying to motivate more experienced experts or peers. This style is best when a new direction is needed. Overall, it has a very strong impact on the climate. The Coaching Leader Done badly, this style looks like micromanaging. It is best used when individuals need to build long-term capabilities. It has a highly positive impact on the climate.

Test QE - Test quotient émotionnel - Gratuit - Calculez votre Quotient Emotionnel Changements familiaux, géographiques ou professionnels à répétition... Pour s'adapter à un monde en mouvement, l'intelligence classique ne suffit plus. Notre manière d'appréhender les étapes de la vie est déterminante. Nous devons quotidiennement faire appel à ce que l'on nomme l'intelligence émotionnelle : notre capacité à utiliser au mieux nos émotions et notre intuition. Popularisée par le journaliste américain Daniel Goleman, la notion d'intelligence émotionnelle est aujourd'hui très opérante. Elle permet de comprendre pourquoi, à QI égal, certains s'épanouissent et réussissent mieux que d'autres... Pour vous permettre d'explorer cette dimension, voici 42 affirmations. Test réalisé par Christophe André, psychiatre et psychothérapeute