BUS610 Wk2 Disc1
BUS610 Wk2 Disc1
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Describe the cognitive and noncognitive abilities relating to Emotional Intelligence Provide an example of how you might use EQ in your daily life Respond to at least two of your peers for this posting with suggestions that might work for them within their daily lives Emotional Intelligence relates to how one can relate to themselves as well as how one can relate to others in an emotional capacity This typically involves the ability to be in tune with your own emotions the ability to manage those emotions and the ability to continue to strive toward meeting your goals in the presence of frustration or failure B aack 2012 Once these tasks are complete the ability to empathize or feel what others must be feeling and thereby maintain patience with others emotions A major part of being able to empathize with others involves the right kind of attitude or as Baack 2012 explains a predisposition toward a person Individual Differences Attitude para 1 With the ability to empathize with others the attitude is most likely going to be favorable This is however granted the components of attitude cognitive affective and behavioral B aack 2012 are met satisfactorily While the affective component involves the way one feels about another and the behavioral component refers to how one will act toward another B aack 2012 compiling the noncognitive components the cognitive component of an attitude is usually based on a thought process This cognitive component requires a bit more knowledge of the person to properly draw a conclusion about how to form an attitude about the person The cognitive component is considered the reasoning portion of the formation of an attitude in that the formation of an attitude is typically justified Emotional intelligence is an important concept to carry through multiple facets of life specifically when considering organizational management Whether in regard to personal or professional interactions the ability to know and control your feelings while remaining persistent during turbulent emotions is important in daily life Frequently during the course of a business day I will be under major stress with last minute changes and multiple days consisting of long hours and little sleep This translates to a scenario that when confronted with changes and potentially frustrating encounters it is imperative that I am aware of my emotions and able to control them My job is to create an environment for others to train in new techniques while showcasing their products and it is important that I do not introduce any additional stress or drama into the environment Additionally many times things go wrong with my clients and it is important for me to understand where they are coming from to be able to help them through their struggle Mainly it is important for me to not form an attitude about my client without making an educated decision about why they are being bossy or cranky essentially because an uneducated attitude may hinder me from providing the best level of service I am able to For no reason by this it is imperative that I have a high emotional intelligence maintaining all cognitive and noncognitive factors that make up the formation of this form of intelligence Reference Baack D 2012 Organizational behavior San Diego CA Bridgepoint Education Inc Retrieved from https content ashfordedubooksAUB US6 l 0 122
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