Emotional Intelligence PowerPoint
- Identify and interpret the significant emotions of yourself and others
- Establish productive, constructive relationships with team members, colleagues and customers
- Develop relationships of trust with others
- Appreciate 4 specific emotional intelligence styles (Conceptual, Empathetic, Reflective and Organized)
- Use or “flex” the styles to minimize and manage conflict creatively
- Use or “flex” the styles to behave constructively in awkward situations.
Then this 33-slide fully scripted PowerPoint on Emotional Intelligence (or EQ as it is often called for short) may be just what you need to hold an interactive session with a group of people on this topic.
This is a workshop to help individuals who want to start to deal with others more effectively and explore different strategies for building and maintaining effective relationships. The workshop therefore primarily seeks to help people looking to lead or work with people more emotionally intelligent ways (and more often). (Click here to see a sample of this Emotional Intelligence PowerPoint.)
Although there is some dispute about what constitutes human intelligence or human emotion (and how it might be successfully measured) the term emotional intelligence draws on two simple concepts. To be ‘intelligent’ or what we will term ‘applying knowledge appropriately’ and to be ’emotionally astute’ or ‘tuned in’, or what we will term ‘applying feelings appropriately’. Emotional intelligence then is driven by two major factors. These are people’s basic drive or motivation and the relative structure or flexibility of their thinking about themselves and others. It is therefore suggested that ‘applying knowledge appropriately’ is fundamentally about analysis and intuition, and ‘applying feelings appropriately’ is fundamentally about experience and expression. This PowerPoint workshop helps to explore these subjects and how they apply in practical terms in more detail.