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Bu121- January 22 2013  THM grades don`t count for last week  Grade is based on answer, not timing/ranking  Take DISC report to lab- hard or soft copy  GEL: no page limit because of chart use- have around 6 pages; be concise and to the point, show analysis DISC and Emotional Intelligence  Very much related to HR  EQi is a B-Level test: has to be administered by a certified individual  Allows individuals to be aware of their strengths and weaknesses; to work off of it and to be successful  EQ: staying calm in the face of adversity  Timeline: o Late 1800s: Darwin- ability to read emotions is critical for survival o 1905- first formal IQ test o 1920s- Edward Thorndike- social intelligence: when companies hire…”best mechanic in the factory may fail as a foreman”  Hiring someone for their skill does not necessarily mean they can manage other workers o 1940’s- David Weschler- “non-intellective/affective factors”; non-IQ factors; Affective = emotions  Essential for predicting ability to succeed in life; models of intelligence not complete without o 1970’s- Howard Gardner “multiple intelligences”  Includes two varieties of personal intelligence; inter and intrapersonal- as important as IQ o 1980’s: Keith Beasley/ReuvenBarOn “emotional quotient” o 1990’s: Peter Salovey and John Mayer (psychologists) “emotional intelligence:  When the term “emotional intelligence” was cultivated  When Mayer’s house was being painted, discussion “how could such a high-IQ politician do something so absurd as an extramarital affair?” o 1995: Daniel Goleman  “emotional intelligence: why it can matter more than IQ”  Published based on Salovey and Mayer’s article  Attracted negative attention b/c of informality  Is IQ related to EQ? o IQ peaks at the age of 17; intelligence must be built upon and used o IQ cannot be raised; but instead used more efficiently o “people with high IQ outperform those with average IQs just 20% of the time, while people with average IQs outperform those with high IQs 70% of the time o IQ does not and cannot predict success in life- it can predict on average 6% of success in a given job  Is EQ the same as personality? o Personality is the way you describe someone: shy, annoying, funny, etc o Personality is set upon the age of 5 o IQ, EQ and personality make up the person altogether  “Emotional Intelligence is a set of emotional social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges, and use emotional info in an effective and meaningful way” o It is possible to develop EQ by being self-aware  The Encyclopedia of Applied Psych suggest 3 majo
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