Emotional Intelligence Definition
What is emotional intelligence?
We can define Emotional Intelligence (or EI) as the ability to: Recognize, understand and manage your emotions and; Recognize, understand and influence the emotions of others.
This means being aware that emotions can drive your behavior and impact other people (positively and negatively) and us.
In addition, we can define emotional intelligence by acquiring the ability to learn to manage those emotions, both our own and those of others.
Managing emotions is especially important in situations where you are under pressure. For example, when you are…
Dealing with your job and co-workers.
Dealing with challenging relationships
Working through setbacks and failures
Deal with stress or any other negative feelings.
Where Did the Term Emotional Intelligence Come From?
The term emotional intelligence was created by two researchers, Peter Salavoy and John Mayer, in their article “Emotional Intelligence” in the journal Imagination, Cognition, and Personality in 1990.
Dan Goleman later popularized it in his 1996 book Emotional Intelligence.
Why is Emotional Intelligence so Important?
It’s a scientific and spiritual fact that emotions precede thought.
When emotions run high, they change the way our brains function, diminishing or increasing our cognitive abilities, decision-making powers, and even interpersonal skills.
Understanding and managing your emotions (and the emotions of others) helps you to be more successful in your personal, spiritual, and professional lives.
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