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Success = More Listening & Connecting | Psychologists Recommend #EmotionalIntelligence #EQ #CIQ

Success = More  Listening  & Connecting | Psychologists Recommend #EmotionalIntelligence #EQ #CIQ | Agile Learning |
Emotional intelligence is a people skill that is not only necessary but powerful when it comes to connecting and engaging with others.


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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

This work also supports the Conversational Intelligence work of Judith Glaser, known as C-IQ, or #CIQ.  A reference on Judith's work is here:  

Allan Shaw's curator insight, June 20, 6:04 PM
Emotional intelligence is a skill set. It can be developed through attention and practice. In doing so, you set yourself and others up for greater success in your joint endeavours, be they work projects, family life or as a teacher the learning of the students you work with each day.
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Reading, Writing, Empathy: The Rise of 'Social Emotional Learning'

Reading, Writing, Empathy: The Rise of 'Social Emotional Learning' | Agile Learning |

Marc Brackett never liked school. “I was always bored,” he says, “and I never felt like any of my teachers really cared. I can’t think of anybody that made me feel inspired.”


It’s a surprising complaint coming from a 42-year-old Yale research scientist with a 27-page CV and nearly $4 million in career funding. But Brackett knows that many kids feel the way he does about school, and he wants to do a complete emotional makeover of the nation’s schools.


At a time of contentious debate over how to reform schools to make teachers more effective and students more successful, “social emotional learning” may be a key part of the solution.


An outgrowth of the emotional intelligence framework, popularized by Daniel Goleman, SEL teaches children how to identify and manage emotions and interactions.


One of the central considerations of an evolved EQ—as proponents call an “emotional quotient”—is promoting empathy, a critical and often neglected quality in our increasingly interconnected, multicultural world.

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