As you work to understand the emotions of those around you, you can maximize you impact and happiness in many situations. You can begin to guide your relationships in a healthy manner and solve problems,
In these direct compartments, you can begin to:
1. Manage your anger.
How often has an argument gotten out of control because you or someone else couldn’t handle the feelings of anger?
Hot emotions like jealous, or anger, can be difficult to manage. However, if you maintain a level of emotional intelligence, you can calm yourself.
You can direct your mind to think about unrelated things, about funny encounters that hold no relation of the current problem. You can utilize various coping mechanisms, as well; for example, you can concentrate on the direct, realistic situation at hand rather than the emotions attached to it.
Alternately, you can begin to look at the situation from another’s perspective to get a full grasp of it.
2. Read Body Language:
Scientist state that body language subsists a full sixty percent of all communication. With proper emotional intelligence, you can begin to understand the body language of other people to operate in a world without unnecessary words. When you begin to pick up on body language cues, you can act responsibly to what a person is feeling.
For example, if you notice that a person is acting especially shy or un-confident, you would not speak loudly and aggressively at that person. Instead, you’d speak slowly, kindly, in attempts to coax the person into better confidence and assuredness.
3. Manage your emotional In Alternate Settings:
With emotional intelligence in hand, it won’t matter what sort of people you speak to or where, in the world you are. You will have the ability to handle any anxiety you, personally, have about certain situation or group of people. And as you handle your own emotions by understanding them and having compassion.
4. Hold better team recruitment and selection skills:
With emotional intelligence, you can begin to work as a better team leader or manager. Many team leaders utilize emotional intelligence in order to select new candidates to be a part of the team. They work to find new candidates who can mange their own emotions; candidates who can develop strong relationships that enhance productivity and improve performance.