RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND DC PSYCHOLOGY  by Ramon Llamba

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND DC PSYCHOLOGY by Ramon Llamba

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to identify, use, understand, and manage emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome challenges, and defuse conflict. Emotional intelligence impacts many different aspects of your daily life, such as the way you behave and the way you interact with others.
if you have high emotional intelligence you are able to recognize your own emotional state and the emotional states of others, and engage with people in a way that draws them to you. You can use this understanding of emotions to relate better to other people, form healthier relationships, achieve greater success at work, and lead a more fulfilling life. The success of any company is not about the product, or the strategies, but its more about the people in there that make things work inside the company. its more about the ability to accept and understand each other in totality so that the the focus of each one is on the goal of the company and not on trying to change people and want them another way. As human beings, each one of us is unique and different and operate out of different emotions at different situations and circumstances. Human emotions , negative or positive play a major role inside of the design of a human being. Learning the ability to identify your emotions that cause damage inside the work place and replacing them with more gentle and assertive emotions is what makes one Emotionally intelligent. Emotional intelligence at the work place is more about having the ability to give up controlling and changing people, but its about taking up personal responsibility to understand ones own damaging emotions and replace them with more assertive emotions, so that one can create an environment wherin everyone is only focused on the goal or the objective.

          Emotional intelligence affects:

§  Your performance at work. Emotional intelligence can help you navigate the social complexities of the workplace, lead and motivate others, and excel in your career. In fact, when it comes to gauging job candidates, many companies now view emotional intelligence as being as important as technical ability and require EQ testing before hiring.

§  Your physical health. If you’re unable to manage your stress levels, it can lead to serious health problems. Uncontrolled stress can raise blood pressure, suppress the immune system, increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, contribute to infertility, and speed up the aging process. The first step to improving emotional intelligence is to learn how to relieve stress.

§  Your mental health. Uncontrolled stress can also impact your mental health, making you vulnerable to anxiety and depression. If you are unable to understand and manage your emotions, you’ll also be open to mood swings, while an inability to form strong relationships can leave you feeling lonely and isolated.

§  Your relationships. By understanding your emotions and how to control them, you’re better able to express how you feel and understand how others are feeling. This allows you to communicate more effectively and forge stronger relationships, both at work and in your personal life.

§  HOW TO RAISE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE.

The human brain is one of the most important organ that controls and perceives emotional . All information to the brain comes through our senses, and when this information is overwhelmingly stressful or emotional, instinct will take over and our ability to act will be limited to the flight, fight, or freeze response. Therefore, to have access to the wide range of choices and the ability to make good decisions, we need to be able to bring our emotions into balance at will. Memory is also strongly linked to emotion. By learning to stay connected to the emotional part of your brain as well as the rational, you’ll not only expand your range of choices when it comes to responding to a new event, but you’ll also factor emotional memory into your decision-making process. This will help prevent you from continually repeating earlier mistakes. To improve your emotional intelligence—and your decision-making abilities—you need to understand and manage your emotions. This is accomplished by developing key skills for controlling and managing overwhelming stress and becoming an effective communicator.

Developing emotional intelligence through a few key skills:

1.The ability to identify ones own emotions that cause damage to the environment.this is done thro a process where we take you into a deep self enquiry inside of which you identify your own patterns that cause damage.

2. once the patterns are identified i take you thro a process to identify, where in your environment did these patterns comes inside of your design and have added on to your psycological make up.

3. then through powerful tools , and techniques, i help you dismantle those patterns straight from the root cause.

4. and then i help you build new assetive patterns in the place of the ones we have given up.

5. assertive communication is one of the keys to building up emotional intelligence.

 

What one learns is…

 

§  The ability to quickly reduce stress in the moment in a variety of settings

§  The ability to recognize your emotions and keep them from overwhelming you

§  The ability to connect emotionally with others by using nonverbal communication

§  The ability to use humor and play to stay connected in challenging situations

§  The ability to resolve conflicts positively and with confidence.

§  Observe how you react to people. Do you rush to judgment before you know all of the facts? Do you stereotype? Look honestly at how you think and interact with other people. Try to put yourself in their place, and be more open and accepting of their perspectives and needs.

§  Look at your work environment. Do you seek attention for your accomplishments? Humility can be a wonderful quality, and it doesn’t mean that you’re shy or lack self-confidence. When you practice humility, you say that you know what you did, and you can be quietly confident about it. Give others a chance to shine – put the focus on them, and don’t worry too much about getting praise for yourself.

§  Do a self-evaluation. What are your weaknesses? Are you willing to accept that you’re not perfect and that you could work on some areas to make yourself a better person? Have the courage to look at yourself honestly – it can change your life. 

§  Examine how you react to stressful situations. Do you become upset every time there’s a delay or something doesn’t happen the way you want? Do you blame others or become angry at them, even when it’s not their fault? The ability to stay calm and in control in difficult situations is highly valued – in the business world and outside it. Keep your 

§  emotions under control when things go wrong.

§  Take responsibility for your actions. If you hurt someone’s feelings, apologize directly – don’t ignore what you did or avoid the person. People are usually more willing to forgive and forget if you make an honest attempt to make things right.

§  Examine how your actions will affect others – before you take those actions. If your decision will impact others, put yourself in their place. How will they feel if you do this? Would you want that experience? If you must take the action, how can you help others deal with the effects?

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