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Emotional Intelligence Concepts

Analyze the use of emotional intelligence concepts in work life, home life, and personal life.

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1. Analyze the use of emotional intelligence concepts in work life, home life, and personal life

Organizations around the world use the competence modeling method, such as Goleman's EI model of emotional Intelligence "to make personnel decisions, performing independent analyses of their own employees." (http://www.danielgoleman.info/category/emotional-intelligence/). In fact, according to Goleman, "you discover that IQ and technical skills drop toward the bottom of the list the higher the position" (though they remain stronger predictors of excellence in lower-rung jobs). Indeed, he points out that " [c]ompetence models for leadership typically consist of anywhere from 80 to 100 percent EI-based abilities (http://www.danielgoleman.info/category/emotional-intelligence/).

Specifically, Goleman's model of EI proposes four domains of ability that are elements of EI: self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, and interpersonal skill. The first two - self-awareness and self-regulation - are themselves elements of executive function, all of which are based in the operations of zones of the prefrontal cortex." (http://www.danielgoleman.info/category/emotional-intelligence/) According ...

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The use of emotional intelligence concepts in work life, home life, and personal life is assessed in this 728 word response. References are provided and significant attention is given to Goleman's model of emotional intelligence.

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