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Goleman has since reduced his list of competencies to four — Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, and Relationship Management — and he lists 19 categories under those four domains. Antonio Luis fog it as to-read May 31, Use emotions to assist thought — the ability to generate an emotion, and then reason with this emotion Also called Emotional Facilitation of Thought, or Assimilating Emotions.
See Human Rights vs Individual Needs I also believe we are here to solve problems — problems which interfere with the survival of the species. They can help guide us to a more humane world. Repeated invalidation sfeve emotional abuse, and it is common in traditional schools.
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EQ for Everybody by Steve Hein – Free PDF Book
Many teachers, perhaps the majority, in traditional schools have significant unmet needs to feel powerful, important, respected, appreciated, valued, and in control. Individuality should be a higher goal of education than conformity. Ayoub marked it as to-read Jul 20, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Since EQ is involved hfin maturity, just keep maturing; and the older you get the more mature you should become and the higher your EQ should become as well.
We are all here to work together to increase the chances that the human species will survive. They naturally want to share things with adults, and they will continue to share things openly till they are punished or hurt for sharing They will naturally tell the truth unless adults have frightened them into lying. They follow everrybody Daniel Goleman concept of Emotional Intelligence.
Stanislav marked it as to-read Apr 17, Teenagers around the world are being over-socialized to adopt the same beliefs as the adults in their particular country, instead of being given exposure to other beliefs and value systems. For the past 18 years or so I have been traveling around the world.
I do not believe these are the ways to improve human life on earth. This is why I am opposed to war and punishment.
EQ & Coaching
Respect, fear and obedience are often confused. Autumn marked it as to-read Jul 13, Teachers must earn the respect of their students.
These unmet stevd hinder their ability to help their students develop personally, emotionally and intellectually The best teachers have the fewest unmet emotional needs UEN’s. Of course, my prejudice is on 3 — hire a coach — because I have seen individuals make tremendous progress in improving their EQ when working with a coach.
What it is As a coach, much depends on how you define EQ.
There are a number of things you can do to improve your emotional intelligence. Daniel Yakimov rated it liked it Feb 12, The ideas, beliefs, dreams and feelings of teens are important and valuable to society. Each child is unique emotionally; all children are not created equal when it comes to the emotional brain, therefore Study and learn all you can about EQ, and find someone to model who has well developed EQ skills.
Instead of the concept of human “rights”, I believe it is more accurate and more helpful to think in terms of individual needs. Open Preview See a Problem? Nor do I think they are in line with the general trend of evolution. They all have a natural need to feel helpful, as well as the other natural human emotional needs which I have listed. Some of my beliefs about children They have a very accurate sense of injustice.
Depending on the individual, some work better than others.