Essays on Emotional Intelligence Theory Assignment

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The paper "Emotional Intelligence Theory " is an outstanding example of a management assignment. Instructions: There are 8 Tasks in this assessment that are assigned on a weekly basis. Activates include case studies, simulation exercises and direct questioning. You are allowed to use the internet, newspapers, textbooks or other resources in completing this assessment. This is an individual assessment and you must complete the tasks in class. Week 2 - BSBLDR501 Develop and use emotional intelligence Task 1: Describe Daniel Goleman’ s ‘ Model of Emotional Intelligence’ (5 marks) Emotional intelligence theory is a theory developed by scientist Daniel Goleman and involves the abilities to understand and manage the emotions of an individual and those around them.

Leadership[ and emotional intelligence go hand in hand because the objectives of a leader are to complete objectives or tasks successfully, motivating and keeping the team on track and making them work together. A leader has to manage the team on an individual basis to ensure everyone is satisfied and playing their role by identifying their strengths and weaknesses. Goleman’ s five components of emotional intelligence Goleman incorporated Mayer’ s and Salovey’ earlier research of the four-branch system to his five essential elements of emotional intelligence which are: Emotional self-awareness — knowing and understanding one's feelings at different times and circumstances and understanding the effect of those feelings on other people surrounding them. Self-regulation — controlling individual emotions at any time and circumstance by anticipating the consequence of the feelings before acting on them Motivation — affecting the performance of others and oneself by using encouragement factors to ensure goals are achieved, the learning process is enjoyed by everyone and the people are satisfied and also to overcome the challenges that are involved in achieving the goals. Empathy — this involves noticing and being sensitive to the emotions of other people around an individual. Social skills — People have to interact with each other in order to achieve goals and so it is important to know how to manage these relationships by inspiring others and encouraging desired responses from them  

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