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How Emotional Intelligence Could Impact the Overall Performance of Individual
‘Emotional Intelligence,’ this term was first devised by psychologists Mayer and Salovey in 1990. It refers to one's capability to manage, understand and process emotional information correctly and precisely, not within only oneself, but within others as well. In this way, others' thinking is guided by using information. Emotional intelligence is an imperative factor and it is highly responsive to determine the success in life. It provides us a structure through which to implement standards of intelligence to emotional rejoinders, with this, we get an insight that these responses may be consistent or inconsistent about distinct assumptions about emotion.

The body of research that supports the individuals at the workplace (from interns to managers) evolves, those with higher EI (Emotional Intelligence) are better adorned to work, covering all terms including, great management of stress, deal with change more effectively, it helps them to efficiently pursue business objectives with ease.

A distinct social community is represented by the workplace, which is a lot separate from the personal lives of ours. There's a developing recognition that those with higher EI understand themselves and others better. They can communicate better and can handle difficult situations more effectively. The implementation of emotional intelligence at the workplace can help the person in improving his overall performance and social capabilities within that workplace.

For the improvement of the overall performance of the individual, to help they stay calm, and to make them think logically for the establishment of better relationships or for achieving goals, EI should be utilized. It is an influential factor in job execution, both on an organization as well as on an individual level. Those with more powerful EI nurture relationships within the workplace, more effectively than those who are with moderate to low EI.

In short, emotional intelligence highly influences each and every decision and the action that we take, not only within the workplace but across our lives. Emotional Intelligence not only enables the individual to drive successful teams but to be responsible and agile as well. Emotional intelligence also deals with stress; it's true that at some points of our lives, we all endure stress. But, it is completely manageable and normal, when we have the right skills at our disposal. However, those skills that are associated with EI help the individual to deal with negative emotional states, ultimately, helping them to perform better.

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