Emotional Social and Cultural Intelligence

What is Emotional Intelligence?

According to Daniel Goleman, the American psychologist whose name is most associated with emotional intelligence, there are five key elements to it.

  • Self-awareness
  • Self-regulation
  • Motivation
  • Empathy
  • Social skills

Understanding the foundations of appropriate communications and relationships, be it social or business, requires an understanding of emotional intelligence, EQ/EI. A human personality study that aides you in all your endeavors. We are certified, Emotional Intelligence practitioners. We offer this essential training in achieving your most important personal and professional goals.

What is Social Intelligence?

The theory of social intelligence was first introduced by American psychologist Edward Thorndike in 1920.1 He defined it as, “The ability to understand and manage men and women and boys and girls, to act wisely in human relations.” These are skills one can develop we’re not born with them.

People with social intelligence know themselves and they have an intuition about other people and how others feel. They have a sense of other people. They can recognize reactions and act accordingly. They know what to say and the appropriate way to say it. They are self-confident about their ability to relate effectively with other people in social and professional situations. There are distinct ways to become socially intelligent and we are here to help you achieve these necessary skills.

What is Cultural Intelligence?

Cultural Intelligence, or CQ, measures your capability to relate to and work with people effectively in culturally diverse situations. There are two divisions of Cultural Intelligence, one is to effectively work with and relate to people from different cultural backgrounds in your own country and the other is the ability to work with and relate to people all across the international cultural spectrum. Whether traveling or working with for a multinational firm, in a video conference or meeting in person, this knowledge and these skills are crucial for succesful communication.

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