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Leventa Algarve emotional intelligence conferences Algarve started by Kinga Lundblad from Sweden for businesses and their employees. The emotional intelligence conferences are hosted in the Algarve in Portugal and are for groups. They are usually arranged by the company or corporation. The emotional intelligence conferences comprise of activities and excursions performed as a team and as an individual aimed at making the attendees more aware of their own emotions and each other. The conferences focus on enhancing your emotional intelligence . Working towards understanding your emotions so that you can be more effective and relaxed in work and in life. Kinga strongly believes that becoming emotional intelligence and leads to a happier life. Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom. Mastering others is strength, mastering yourself is true power. We live in a complex time. Stress is rising; we have incredible technology to communicate, yet people feel isolated. This combination makes people more volatile, impatient, and likely to either fight, flee, or freeze. Such behaviour makes it harder to solve the problems we face, both individually and collectively. The emotional challenge is growing around the world, at work, at home. Even children are experiencing greater distress. Maybe once upon a time there was little need to learn the skills of emotional intelligence. In this world of growing complexity, however, we all need to develop more insight about how to handle emotions effectively. That’s where emotional intelligence comes in. Take a deep breath and ask yourself what really makes you feel good. Because what we actually need are the simple things like sun, food, rest, and smiles. Emotional intelligence certainly isn’t easy to obtain; it requires a lot of introspection and work. However, once you have mastered this skill you’ll soon discover better interpersonal relationships, career success, satisfaction, peace and happiness. One way of improving your EQ is by learning from the 10 things emotional intellectuals do: 1. They craft calculated responses High EQ people learn to manage their responses, and calm down instead of reverting to panic and fear. They don’t make decisions when angry, hurt, or scared. Instead, they self-manage and make better decisions after reviewing the situation from their happy place. 2. They embrace new experiences, ideas or people High EQ people are open in their thinking and intellectually curious. They often have friends from every walk of life and always seek new possibilities. They understand that they can’t always be right, and embrace the fact there is always more to learn. 3. They are empathetic towards others Instead of seeing only their own needs and wants, High EQ people look at a bigger perspective and walk a mile in another person’s shoes. They are also forgiving of themselves and others and don’t attack, judge, interrupt, criticise or command people. 4. They take responsibility Many people don’t take responsibility for their feelings; instead, they blame outside sources and react like a toddler when challenged. It’s so much healthier to grow up emotionally as well as physically. High EQ individuals don’t blame others when they realise they aren’t on the correct course. Instead they make adjustments and keep working on solutions. 5. They are self-aware High EQ individuals can explain why they are experiencing certain feelings. They don’t lie about their feelings, minimize or exaggerate their emotions, nor do they let things build up. Being self-aware helps you understand why you react as you do and if needed, to take steps to change it. 6. They are good communicators High EQ individuals have excellent verbal and non-verbal communication skills. They are able to convey thoughts in a non-threatening, respectful manner. Instead of resorting to negative actions like door slams, moodiness, passive aggression, or silence, they talk about their feelings calmly. 7. They look at life from a balanced viewpoint High EQ people aren’t overly pessimistic or unrealistically optimistic, but make the best out of difficult situations. They understand what is within their control and what isn’t. Therefore they don’t beat themselves up for things they have no ability to influence. 8. They are motivated by their own personal goals High EQ people aren’t dominated by fear, worry, guilt, shame, obligation, disappointment, or discouragement. Instead they are motivated by their own desires. They don’t do things because of a false sense of duty, guilt, force, or obligation. 9. They are resilient People who have matured emotionally don’t dwell on the past, but learn from it. Individuals with a high EQ never hold onto self-destructive belief systems and negative self-talk. Instead of allowing other people to make decisions for them, they take the steering wheel of their lives. 10. They look at situations logically High EQ people can recognise when feelings don’t equal fact, so they don’t fight with head and heart. They tend to look at situations logically, understand why they feel a certain way, and then work through it proactively.
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