Learn about how to identify, assess, and feel emotions.
- Being emotionally intelligent,…starts with exploring and honoring your emotions.…Your first goal is to correctly identify your emotions.…Most of us are pretty good at identifying…the major categories of feelings which are…happiness, anger, fear, sadness, and disgust.…Start by going through the day and identifying which of…these major feelings you're experiencing at any given time.…Note how the feeling shows up in your body…and the thoughts that are affiliated with it.…Pay attention to patterns, like always feeling happy…when you see your pet, or anxiety when you pay your bills.…
Within each of these categories are much more…subtle feelings or even combinations of feelings.…Your next goal is to identify the nuances between them.…For example, what's the difference between feeling…embarrassment, guilt, humiliation, or shame?…Dr. Brené Brown has done some amazing research on this topic…and she says that guilt is captured by the phrase,…"I did something bad," whereas shame is, "I am bad."…Use the hand out in the exercise files to explore the wide…
- Analyze the brain science behind emotional intelligence.
- Identify and assess your emotions.
- Determine how to exercise emotional self-control.
- Identify your triggers and how to respond the them.
- Assess how others respond at work.
- Determine how to maximize team performance using emotional intelligence.
- Discover how to catalyze change.