Some people believe that having emotional intelligence is a skill to be learned or is about developing some particular competencies such as..
Not all psychological researchers and theorists believe that our emotions are biologically pre-wired. A large body of opinion suggests that..
“Interpersonal skills” is a catch-all phrase often used to describe peoples’ capacity to interact with others successfully. In..
Individuals who are emotionally intelligent on a more ‘balanced’ or ‘rounded’ basis, tend not only to be more aware of their..
We often think of various emotions as being either positive or negative. Consequently, we usually judge love, happiness or joy to be..
Emotionally intelligent individuals are more likely to put their feelings into a wider context and to look for connection and associations..
We all have our preferred ways dealing with other people and the situations in which we find ourselves. Some people are quiet and..
If you are looking to more effectively: Identify and interpret the significant emotions of yourself and others Establish productive,..
As it was conceived as a concept by the original researchers, Peter Salovey and John Mayer, Emotional intelligence is defined as a learned..