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Emotional Intelligence - Quik-Tips for Self-Regard Practice

Inez Jordan, Emotional Intelligence Coach

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3 Lessons (12m)
    • 1. EQ Self-Regard Practice Intro

      2:26
    • 2. EQ Self-Regard Definition

      5:31
    • 3. EQ Self Regard Practice

      4:23

About This Class

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The Introductory module of the course begins with a review of the definition of Emotional intelligence.

Next, the student will review the outline of the 5 Scales and 15 underlying sub-scales of Emotional Intelligence, with the focus on the second sub-scale of Self-Perception, which is Self-Regard.

Module Two will cover the definition of Self-Regard, answering the question “What does Self-Regard Behavior Look Like”?  We will study the behavior of high and low Self-Regard.  We will discuss the benefits of humility, building good relationships, and mindfulness or “quiet time”.

Module Three will focus on 3 "Pause and Think" exercises, which will allow the student to practice Self-Regard using real-life examples - answering questions, working with family and friends to gain insights into personal strengths and weaknesses and building a list of goals for strengthening weaknesses. .

The student will use the attached “Personal Project Worksheet” to capture their thoughts and comments. 

In summary, the student will be encouraged to continue building upon the information gathered in the “Personal Project Worksheet”, forming an action plan for setting Emotional Intelligence goals for continued improvement.

The student will be asked to follow me on "Skillshare" so that they can be notified when the next set of Emotional intelligence courses is published.

Transcripts

1. EQ Self-Regard Practice Intro: Hello and welcome to the emotional intelligence quick tips course for self regard Practice . This is I ness Jordan and I will be your instructor for this course. I like to begin each of the quick tips sessions with a definition of emotional intelligence and a quick view of where the skill that we're studying falls on the emotional intelligence scale spectrum as emotional intelligence is defined as a set of emotional skills that collectively establish how well we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships and coke with challenges and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way. This e que I dash 2.0 diagram shows the five scales of emotional intelligence and the three sub scales within each of those scales. Emotional self regard is the second of the 15 sub scales of emotional intelligence, and it falls under the scale of self perception, along with self awareness and self actualization. How comfortable are you in your own shoes? What are your strengths and weaknesses? These are all good questions that we will answer in this course. So welcome to this emotional intelligence quick tip practice session on self regard in this course we will learn about self regard. We will view several behavior examples of a person with high and low self regard. You will be encouraged to reflect upon your own self regard levels as you go through the pause and think exercises using riel life examples, you will capture your thoughts and reflections in the personal project. Worksheet Way will discuss building your action plan for continuous improvement in the areas of emotional intelligence. Self regard. I'm looking forward to working with you as we practise self regard emotional intelligence skills and roll now and let's get started. 2. EQ Self-Regard Definition: the ability to interact effectively with others. Build and maintain relationships is very important, so developing and using your emotional intelligence is key to your success. Everyone has aspects of their life that they can improve key skills of emotional intelligence like self awareness, self regard and self actualization can be learned by anyone at any age. However, it takes persistence, focus and practice. Emotional intelligence is a practice not just a term. There's several definitions of self regard. Let's review a few and notice what they all have in common. Emotional self regard is respecting oneself. While understanding and accepting one strength and weaknesses, it is often associated with feelings of inner strength and self confidence. Self regard Definition number two Self regard is the ability to respect and accept yourself , essentially liking the way you are. It's knowing your strengths and weaknesses and liking yourself. This sub scale of emotional intelligence is related to general feelings of security, inner strength, self assuredness, self confidence and self advocacy. So do you understand your strengths and weaknesses? Are you comfortable with yourself? Are you self confident? The answers to these questions and similar questions will indicate your level of self regard to be clear, high self regard is not being cocky, conceited or brash. You can respect like and accept yourself without crossing a line to be arrogant or a show off, there must be a sense of humility. Humility is being able to accept and acknowledge that you do not know everything are not perfect and can continuously grow and develop. The point is that a person with high self regard is comfortable with themselves, confident, confident, worthy and deserving. Self regard also involves a degree of honesty, which allows you to acknowledge the things that you're good at and areas where you need to improve or just accept that a particular area is not a strength. For example, I accepted years ago that I am not good at sports. I tried tennis, volleyball and softball, although I gave it my best. I was just not very good at it and decided to focus on something else. I still like myself and I am confident in the things that I know and can do. Softball is just not one of them, no worries. The point is that a person with high self regard is comfortable with themselves and confident while acknowledging that there were always the areas where they can improve or learn. For example, I am grated math, gardening and playing the piano. Building a good relationship with yourself is not arrogance but having a healthy, positive image of yourself, who you are, your strengths and weaknesses. You practice to identify areas where you excel in areas where you struggle. Maintaining a good relationship with yourself is no different than maintaining a good relationship with a partner, friend, family member or coworker. All relationships take time, effort and good communication. Having a good relationship with yourself improves your relationship with others. If you are not connected or emotionally available to ourselves, we cannot be connected or emotionally available to others. We know this, but do we practice it? Another way to get more in tune with yourself is to practise mindfulness. Mindfulness is being present, or in the moment this can be nothing more than quiet time where you listen to your breathing, quiet your mind and just be you can begin to use this quiet time to notice your behaviors, your thoughts and tune into you. Join me in the next module of emotional intelligence. Quick tips for self regard as we study several examples and complete the pause and think exercises. See you in the next module. 3. EQ Self Regard Practice: the table on this slide provides a snapshot of the behaviors of both high and low emotional intelligence. Self regard skills. Take a look. Are any of these behaviors familiar to you? Ah, person with low emotional intelligence and self regard skills will be unsure of themselves , have very little self respect and low self esteem. The person will be unhappy with their personal appearance and have low self confidence. On the other hand, ah, person with high emotional intelligence and self regard skills will be self assured, very accepting of themselves. Their strengths and weaknesses have high self esteem and a good sense of self. This person will be confident, have greater inner strength and feel that they are fulfilled in life, or at least on track. There are three pause and think exercises in this self regard course with questions to consider. For each exercise, use the personal project worksheet to answer each question and then reflect on your answer for exercise. One. Answer. The following questions. How much do you like yourself? Are you satisfied with that feeling, or could you set a goal to get to a more comfortable place of satisfaction? Stop here and make sure you've answered question number one in your pause and think a personal project worksheet. And then let's go on to question number two now for exercise, too. What do you consider your single greatest strength? Trustworthy, dependable, friendly, honest, great work ethic? How does district help you in the various situations throughout your day? Other things you can do to improve the strength. Use the personal project worksheet to capture your thoughts and start building an action plan for the future development. Next, reach out to coworkers, family, friends toe. Ask them to list your personal strengths and weaknesses and why they chose them. Can they provide any suggestions for future improvements? Self regard is one of the key sub scales of self perception. By taking on honest look at yourself your weaknesses, strengths, you are making a major step toward self improvement. Be sure to capture your thoughts and the comments from your friends, family and co workers and the project Personal worksheet. And then let's move on to the final exercise Number three. In this exercise, we're going to use the table in the project personal worksheet to list several key weaknesses and a goal for improving those weaknesses, as well as a strategy for achieving the goal. Put on your thinking cap and let's see what we come up with. Did you enjoy that emotional intelligence? Quick tip on self regard you now have within your personal project. Worksheet. An excellent foundation for continuing to build your action plan for emotional intelligence improvements. Continue to practice yourself. Regards skills. Thank you for taking this course and stay tuned for more quick tips on improving your emotional intelligence. This is I ness Jordan, and please don't forget to follow me. I'm skills here for notices on future courses. Thanks again. Here's a rare first material for this course.