An Example of Emotional Intelligence
Currently, there are three main models of EI:
EI as learned capabilities:
Emotional Intelligence and Personality:
Emotional intelligence is that “something” within us that help us to sense how we feel and enables us to truly connect with others and form a bond. It gives us the ability to be present and listen to someone when they most need it. It is that sense of internal balance within us that enables us to keep our composure, make good decisions, communicate successfully, and maintain effective leadership even when under stress.
To be specific, EI is important for the following reasons:
Emotionally Intelligent Administrator
Emotionally intelligent leaders are centered and grounded. Such leaders display a stable mood, aren’t erratic or extremely unpredictable in their behaviour, and they tend to possess these traits: