After discussing, the results of the stress assessment with the individual, we realized that when it comes to self-awareness we are close to the same given that we are aware of strengths and weakness and with added support, we could help each other. Being “in check” with our emotions is incredibly important when entering a self-awareness situation. Often I would let my emotions get the best of me and in sense rule over what we say and do. Behavior often relates to low emotional intelligence or from being unaware of one’s emotional state. Not being able to regulate a low emotional intelligence or regulate emotions has been known as reasons why adolescents as well as adults for reckless and endangering behaviors.
Empathy is the capacity to feel the emotion of other individuals. It is so decisive to social relationships and social behavior. Most theories stated that empathy consist of both affective and cognitive components. Barrett-Lennard define that empathic is an active process of desiring to know the full, present and changing awareness of another person, of reaching out to receive his communication and meaning, and of translating his words and signs into experienced meaning and matches at least those aspects of his awareness that are most important to him at this moment. It is an experiencing of the consciousness is originating and proceeding in the other.
Emotional and cultural intelligence have a special relationship. The one’s self-awareness and empathy in emotional intelligence influences the cognitive aspect in cultural intelligence. It assists one in understanding which behaviors are acceptable in unfamiliar culture by analyzing emotional gestures. They also have empathetic for differences of culture. The self-motivation will maintain the one’s inspiration in exploring new culture.
Appraisal and expression of emotion is similar and yet different with self-awareness. Self-awareness is about how aware or sensitive is someone to his or her feelings and emotions, the appraisal and expression of emotion is about how to communicate those feelings and emotions to others as well as to perceive what emotions that are expressed by others. The skill to express or appraise and perceive the emotions and then appropriately respond to it is included as emotional intelligence because the emotional information is being process to express and appraise it (Salovey and Mayer, 1990). Second branch of Salovey and Mayer model is regulation of emotion. It is about how people regulate emotion consciously or unconsciously or in other words the ability to control emotion or mood.
Self regulation – the ability to control and redirect impulses and moods and the propensity to suspense judgment and to think before action.3. Internal motivation- The ability to work for internal reasons such as joy in doing something which gives propensity to pursue goals with energy.4. Empathy- the ability to understand the emotion of others. Social Skills – the proficiency to managing relationships and building networks. Emotional and social competence inventory is used to assess the model of emotional intelligence.
More precisely, SDT focuses on the motivation behind the choices people make with or without external influence or interference, in other words the center of attention of this theory is the degree to which an individual 's behavior is self-motivated and self-determined (Deci, & Ryan, 2000; Ryan, & Deci, 2002; Van Den Berghe, Vansteenkiste, Cardon, Kirk, & Haerens, 2014; Ryan, & Deci, 2017). Briefly, according SDT three innate psychological needs have to be satisfied to achieve psychological growth, integrity and mental health. The first of these needs is the freedom individuals experience when they feel that their actions are endorsed by them (autonomy); the second is the sense of the possession of a required skill, the sense of qualification or sufficient knowledge of a task, or the sense of ability (competence); and the third need is the feeling of belonging and reacting efficiently into the social environment (relatedness). Therefore, according SDT people have a tendency to try to achieve goals, and to be involved in relationships or domains which fulfill their needs. Depending on the degree they are able to come across such opportunities they experience or they do not experience, positive psychological
He includes a set of emotional competencies have are four main emotional intelligence constructs. Firstly, self-awareness is the ability to read one's emotions and recognize their impact while using gut feelings to guide decisions. Secondly, Self-management about controlling one's emotions and impulses and adapting to changing circumstances. Thirdly, the social awareness means the ability to sense, understand, and react to other's emotions while comprehending social networks. Finally, relationship management is the ability to inspire, influence, and develop others while managing conflict (Goleman,
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Every business industry nowadays, whether they are aware of it or not, depends on business strategies that they implement in order to achieve high growth potential. Some businesses, however, tend to forget the importance of maintaining effective sales strategies, therefore, they experience a decrease in sales causing their business to eventually experience some financial difficulties. Gluck (n.d.) describes sales strategy as a plan that allows companies to position their brand or product in order to gain a competitive advantage. Successful sales strategy should create a need by convincing a potential customer that the good is presented to them can solve their problems. This has to be created as a “planned approach to account-management policy