7 Proven Ways to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

In Today’s challenging and fiercely growing business environment, one must possess emotional intelligence to overcome daily barriers i.e, performing efficiently, dealing with peers, managing clients or working with a cold and rough boss.

We all encounter difficult situations at our workplace every day and how we deal with those situations decide how emotionally intelligent we are.

 

Psychologist and science journalist Daniel Goleman first explained the term “emotional Intelligence”.
People with high EI have better job performance, great self-awareness, strong mental health and leadership skills whereas People with poor emotional intelligence (EI) often tend to react impulsively and irrationally, without assessing the situation or thinking about the causes and effects.

Organizations look at this key trait seriously as it plays a significant role in managing daily performance.

Emotionally intelligent people manage their relationships with people well both, personally and professionally.

Let us have a look at ways to improve this key trait:

7: Awareness: People with strong EI have high self-awareness. Emotionally intelligent people know their strengths, weaknesses, limitations, interests, goals and values.

While dealing with others, they exercise high emotional stability as they have a fair understanding of the situation. People with self-awareness are often good at decision making. The ability to control their emotions helps them drive better results.

6: Imaginative and Independent: They are always curious to know new things, experience new dimensions and like variety. Emotionally Intelligent people are often strong leaders with great acumen. They bring in creativity to what they do and innovate new ways.

 

5: Self Motivated: Emotional Intelligent people are self-driven and motivated. They have unwavering determination and dedication. Tough circumstances and adversity are their breeding ground. These people have strong control on their emotions & desire and hence keep themselves motivated.

Start managing your negative emotions and feelings.

4: Open to criticism: They constantly seek constructive feedback and work on their weak areas to grow in their areas. They welcome challenges thrown at them and consistently strive to improve upon. You would have to accept criticism and work on it to make yourself a strong leader rather than taking it personally.

Therefore, it is imperative to seek regular feedback and ask for improvement areas, proactively.

 

3: Experimental: Emotionally strong and intelligent people often experiment, look at new ways of working and never limit themselves rather they continuously evolve in their professional and personal journey.

Not only this, but they also empower people around them so they are well equipped to take on new roles and responsibilities. They never give in to failure and look at ways to do better than they previously did.

 

2: Empathetic: People with high EI know others’ feelings and care about their emotions. This unique trait makes them manage others with ease and furthermore enables them to understand the reasons for anger, anxiety, and vulnerability of other people.

Well, next time you encounter such a situation, You may want to think about others’ situation along with yours.

 

1: Self-Control: This gives people with strong EI edge over the ordinary and hence they are strong leaders. They do not become slaves to their desire and know how to manage, control and overcome their enticement.

Emotionally intelligent people don’t easily get anxious, over-excited, depressed or obsessive as they know how to take control of their thoughts, feelings, and emotions.

They do not overthink their problems and focus on generating ideas and solutions, instead.

This unique trait helps them manage stress with ease.15 effective ways to beat stress.

So start improving your emotional intelligence.

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11 thoughts on “7 Proven Ways to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

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