An Introduction to Emotional Intelligence
Discovering Emotional Intelligence | The Secrets of Emotional Intelligence | Manage Emotions | Enhancing Relationships
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Epay Plus –
The course EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE is well detailed and for the few hours into it I find it very interesting.
However, it gives me a clarity between COGNITIVE INTELLIGENCE (IQ) and EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (EI) which i thought was the same earlier before i applied for these course.
Furthermore, its clear that EI has a higher role to play in the efficiency of all humans has it dictate your behavior and attitude in your working environment and also in building good and genuine relationship.
Finally, it helps me to understand why people act differently from each other.
knowing these, it helps to manage and tolerate people of different background has EI is not fixed and can be built as you grow with the help of the right people.
From the second half of these course i can see vividly the advantage and disadvantages of Emotions
however, emotions can be understood and either use to help or to manipulate.
while growing up emotions can be influenced negatively or positively but can be improved upon individually or with the help of a good relationship .
it was also understood that the brain has a vital role to play in emotions as it receives messages from the body, process it and send back for emotion trigger. As stated that the brain decides around what you are thinking, the heart decides around what you are feeling and the gut decides on the way to act.
Excellent course! Learned quite a bit about the difference between feelings and emotions and how they work together to shape our emotional intelligence. I found it insightful to how I look at myself and my own emotional intelligence and how often my lack of understanding got me into trouble. I think everyone should take this course.
James Dale –
Provides some excellent insight into ‘self’ and ways to identify what and how to improve upon through introspection and observation.
Jay Kerwin –
This has been eye opening and very helpful. I am starting to see the importance of and specific examples of EI and how I can incorporate this info into my everyday experiences and interactions at work.
Jared Liddle –
Found it to be a good introduction to the topic, looking forward to taking the classes that build upon this. I would like to see an activity booklet added that might detail some examples of emotional intelligence in practice, and one that has a list of a few inspirations for the 1% principle.
Helena Barros –
A minha experiência foi positiva. É um conteúdo enriquecedor, útil para todos os campos da minha vida e que irei consultar sempre que precisar. Recomendo
Melvin Trefethen –
At his current point in the course, I have been transformed from contempt at being forced to take the course to being intrigued at the concepts of EI. Often times putting a name to something or defining something helps me to understand. I wish I was more open to this from the beginning.
Lordia Anneh –
It’s an amazing new experience with great expectations.
enjoying it so far and its very educative indeed.
Richard Nii Odoi Okpoti –
I TRIED THE PRACTICAL ACTIVITY TEST AND IT HAS REALLY HELPED ME. I WAS TEMPTED TO SKIP BUT THE CONSTANT REMINDER THROUGHOUT THE COURSE MADE IT IMPOSSIBLE TO SKIP THE PRACTICAL TESTS. I MUST SAY THAT THIS HAS BEEN AN IMPACTFUL JOURNEY. I LOOK FORWARD TO MORE COURSES. THANK YOU.
SULE SHAIBU ASAANA –
THROUGH THIS LECTURE, I HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO NEW THINGS ON EMOTIONS. I WILL NOW BE ABLE TO MANAGE MY TEAM VERY WELL.
Samuel Taler –
be direct to the point, this course could be 10 minutes long, get in to the point, and stop repeating your self
Modesta Antwi-Boasiako –
very educative, practical and informative course. I have gained practical knowledge of taking charge of my emotions in order to make the right choices of actions and decisions in relating to colleagues at work