Emotional Intelligence Development
Emotional Intelligence (EI) involves the ability to understand the physical, mental, and social impact emotions have on the body, mind, relationships and ability to pursue and achieve goals. People with a highly developed level of EI are proven to be more successful in their social environment as it may relate to the workplace, the school, the community and the family. Additionally, challenges of anxiety, depression and anger are all symptomatic of increased pressures upon individuals to be the best they can be. These challenges manifest themselves in light of pressures that come from the work, the home and the community as we as individuals try to ‘fit in’. Emotional intelligence therefore must marry strives for excellence in all walks of life. By doing this, the individual will be able to adapt to both personal and social changes in better, more constructive methods.