Practicing Emotional Intelligence
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- Answer to the question "How Do You Show Up?" in your professional and personal relationships.
- What Emotional Intelligence is and why it is important to you and what are the benefits.
- How to practice being more aware of and managing your emotions for improved success and happiness in life.
- How to manage stress, negative thoughts, and emotional "triggers".
- What does an Emotionally Intelligent Leader look like?
- How to manage and improve your relationships both professionally and personally.
- The importance and benefits of creating your personal journal.
- The course is beneficial to anyone at any age, who is interested in learning more about themselves and how to practice Emotional Intelligence.
- This course includes candid discussion and requires that you be ready to have fun working through the self reflection exercises.
"How Do You Show Up? - Practicing Emotional Intelligence"
Are you ready to dig in to answer this question via "up-front " and "to the point" real conversation? In this course, we will address how your self-perception matches how you are perceived by your peers and family. Are you often misunderstood? Have you been passed over for promotion? Do you consider yourself a good listener? Are you a good team player?
If these questions caused you to "Pause and Think" then this class is for you.
In this course, will dive into defining Emotional Intelligence(EI), the benefits, and begin practicing the EI concepts right away.
You will learn how to be more aware and how to tap into your powers to decide how you will respond to situations that trigger your emotions.
Each lesson is followed by a journal prompt that encourages you to reflect upon the lesson, capture your thoughts about the topic, and consider how you will practice applying what you have learned to your life.
Join today and begin to realize the benefits of emotional intelligence both professional and personally.
- The ideal student is a person who is ready for candid discussion concerning How to "Show Up" in their professional and personal relationships in a way that they can be proud of.
- The student will need to be open-minded and willing to make changes, if and where needed to achieve their goals.
This is the course welcome, introduction, and overview of the Emotional Intelligence topics that will be covered in the course and why these skillsets are important for success in achieving your goals and overall health and happiness.
After this lecture, the student will understand the importance of enhancing their Emotional Intelligence skills in order to impact how they "Show Up" at work, at home, at school, and in public situations and relationships.
In this lecture, the student will learn the importance of journaling. I will cover the research that has been done to support the benefits of journaling. Most successful people maintain a journal.
After the lecture, the student will download the provided journal template and prepare to respond to the journal prompts that I will provide after each lecture. The student will create their own personal journal of their thoughts and experiences will going through the course.
The personal journal is a great opportunity for the student to reflect on the topics that are covered and capture their thoughts over time.
At the end of the course, the journal entries will be very beneficial in aiding the student in identifying behavior or thought changes (ah-ha moments) that have occurred. The student is also encouraged to continue journaling after the course.
In this lecture, the student will learn the definition of Emotional Intelligence and will be introduced to the 4 key competencies of Emotional Intelligence, as they apply to both self and social skillsets.
After the lecture, the student will be ready to use what they have learned to begin thinking about how they rank in each of the skillsets. The student will use this as a benchmark early assessment that we will refer back to at the end of the course.
In this lecture, the student will learn what emotions are and the impact that hiding or suppressing emotions has on the body and health.
After the lecture, the student will be asked to journal about the emotions they experience during the day and to note specific symptoms that they experience in relation to the emotions, like headaches, twitches, sweating, or nervousness.
We can learn from every emotion that we experience. We must investigate to learn more about ourselves.
In this lecture, the student will learn how many emotions there are and the importance of acknowledging and naming each of our emotions. We will discuss the use the Mood Meter tool to "Name" their emotions and become more aware of the impact that emotions have on their body and decision making.
After the lecture, the student will be ready to apply what they have learned about emotions and use new terms and tools to describe and monitor the emotions that are experienced daily. We will be practicing Self-Awareness.
In this lecture, the student will learn to value emotions and investigate the underlying cause of the emotion. I will provide hints and tips on how to validate the "message" behind the emotion.
After the lecture, the student will be practicing Self-Awareness - to acknowledge and name their emotions, and ready to investigate to understand the emotion – “Why we feel or behaved a specific way?"
In this lecture, the student will learn the difference between "Good" and "Bad" stress and how to respond to the symptoms of "bad" stress. I will provide hints and tips for identifying and managing the Stress tipping point.
After the lecture, the student be able to acknowledge and identify the type of stress that they experience in specific situations, identify when they are reaching the tipping point and apply what they have learned to address it positively.
In this lecture, the student will learn how to recognize negative thoughts and use hints and tips to determine how to respond to the thoughts. I will also cover the results of research conducted on negative thoughts.
After this lecture, the student will be more aware and able to monitor the negative thoughts that they experience during the day and have tools to practice how to respond.
In this lecture, the student will learn the definition of a trigger and how to be more aware of when they are being triggered. I will provide hints and tips on how to manage triggers and how to be aware of the impacts to your body and mind.
After the lecture, the student will more aware of their triggers and ready to make a "conscious" decision on how to react to their triggers. The student will now be practicing Self-Management, the 2nd Emotional Intelligence key competency.
In this lecture, the student will dig deeper into how to identify a trigger and ways to practice how to react. I will provide more hints and tips on how to consciously decide "How to Show Up" when triggered.
After the lecture, the student will be ready to apply what they have learned to their life. The student will be more aware of their triggers and ready to manage them. The student will be ready to be "in control of their emotions".
In this lecture, the student will learn why Emotional Intelligence matters. We will cover more benefits and impacts of EQ (the measurement of Emotional Intelligence) to IQ. I will cover how Emotional Intelligence shows up for successful people.
After this lecture, the student will be more aware of emotional intelligence skillsets of successful people as well as people that they interact with, including family, friends, and peers.
The student will be able to apply what they have learned to start to design what their "Best Self" may look like.
In this lecture, the student will be encouraged to think of a leader or manager who has been an inspiration or role model and then consider the traits that they remember most. It is a great way to practice Social Awareness. We will dig deeper into what an EI Leader looks like as well as a leader that ranks low in EI.
After this lecture, the student will be ready to apply what they have learned and be more aware of the type of leader that they are OR would like to be.
In this lecture, the student will learn about the 4 key components of Emotional Intelligence. I will provide a high level description of each. The next set of lectures will go deeper to examine each of the four competencies individually - the definition, how it shows up, why it is important, and how to practice it.
After the lecture, the student will know which of the four competencies is the foundation skillset of Emotional Intelligence and where to begin.
In this lecture, the student will learn how to be more aware of their feelings and the effects on their performance and others that they interact with. We will cover high-level self assessment questions.
After this lecture, the student will be able to monitor their emotions throughout the day and notice instances when they did not "Show Up" at their best. The student will be asked to reflect on those instances in their journal and consider the impact of their behavior. The student will be encouraged to think of ways to behave differently in the future.
In this lecture, the student will learn about the balance / difference between confidence and humility. We will define both skills and discuss what each one looks like.
After this lecture, the student will be more aware of their self-confidence and humility levels and prepared to think about how to build their self-esteem and self-confidence, if applicable.
In this lecture, the student will learn about self-management. I will dig deeper into the definition, how the skillset shows up, and provide hints and tips on how to practice self-management.
I will cover how to practice being "Present" and "Mindful" and identify signs that you may be low in Self-Management skills. I will provide more hints and tips on managing negative thoughts, calming the mind, and focusing on the things that are within your control.
After the lecture, the student will be more aware of how to investigate negative self-talk, and how to practice being "present" at work, or a home.
In this lecture, the student will learn how to be a "good" listener and why it is important for building relationships. I will provide hints and tips on how to be a better listeners, how to communicate clearly, and how to confirm that your message is being understood by your audience.
After the lecture, the student will be ready to apply the hints and tips that were covered in the lecture to their daily life and practice listening to "understand" rather than to "respond".
In this lecture, the student will learn to identify good relationship management skills and the benefits of building and nurturing good relationships. I will cover hints and tips on hold to build lasting relationships, based on trust and openness.
After the course, the student will be ready to review their current relationships and consider ways to build trust, and improve or build new relationships, where needed.
In this lecture, the student will learn ways to stay positive or optimistic when dealing with conflict. I will provide hints and tips on how to analyze difficult situations and provide positive affirmations that may be applied.
After the lecture, the student will have tools to apply to daily conflict situations. The student will be ready to apply positive affirmations and remain optimistic.
Prior to this final lecture, the student will be asked to review all journal entries from the prior lectures. The purpose is to notice behavior and thought changes that have occurred during the course.
After this final lecture and course, it is expected that the student will be more Emotional Intelligent in all four key competencies, with a noticeable impact when asked the question "How Do You Show Up?"
The student will be encouraged to continue journaling and recognizing the benefits of self-reflection.