emotional intelligence

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emotional intelligence

n.
Intelligence regarding the emotions, especially in the ability to monitor one's own or others' emotions.
The capabilities, competencies, and skills that influence one’s ability to succeed in coping with environmental demands and pressures that direct affect a person’s overall psychological well-being; a type of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one's own and others' emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use the information to guide thoughts and actions

emotional intelligence

ability to effectively manage one's emotional life and to read and respond appropriately to other people's emotions.
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Workers with more significant degrees of emotional knowledge, understanding, control and general intelligence lead more successfully to organizational learning.
Emotional knowledge has both an extensive dimension, and an intensive dimension.
Although cognitive information is still transmitted, the better the athlete and the competitions he is entering in are, the more emotional knowledge will be used in training.
Emotional competence has been defined as having three specific components: emotional expressiveness, emotional knowledge, and emotion regulation (Denham et al.
Support for children's social and emotional growth in early childhood programs is dependent on how well the teachers know the child and how skilled they are at gaining meaningful information about children's social and emotional knowledge, skills and dispositions, and how this information is used to create effective programs.
Chasen uses Salovey and Sluyter's (1997) definition of emotional intelligence as "the ability to perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions so as to assist thought, to understand emotions and emotional knowledge, and to reflectively regulate emotions so as to promote emotional and intellectual growth" (p.
Discernment may he applied after the writer has engaged in a practice of contemplation and may, then, help the writer be more mindful of the value of intuitive or emotional knowledge.
A sampling of topics: pedagogical responses to social software in universities, DemonD--a social search engine built upon the actor-network theory, learning "self" and emotional knowledge in social and cultural human-agent interactions, personal digital libraries, emerging online cultures and visual campaigns for local Kenyan health needs, security and privacy in social networks, and increasing capital revenue in social networking communities, among many others.
Mankell is the award-winning Swedish author of many novels for adults as well, and he brings a world of emotional knowledge to this deceptively simple and at times poignantly amusing tale.
If traditional bureaucratic hierarchical divisions of responsibility and chains of command are founded in depersonalisation, they are inadequate structures for holistic school renewal that would embrace dynamic collaborative learning at all levels, but if our cognitive constructs and emotional knowledge of schools, as they have been, persist in our personal cultural and political consciousness then how are we to experience deep change for renewal in schools?
EMOTIONAL KNOWLEDGE IN A FIELD THAT WITHDRAWS FROM EMOTION
We should see culture as Schiller and other Enlightenment thinkers saw it: the repository of emotional knowledge, through which we can come to understand the meaning of life as an end in itself.