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Management Psychology: How To Develop And Use Emotional Intelligence

Ermin Dedic

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16 Videos (1h 1m)
    • The 101 on Emotional Intelligence

      3:39
    • The Three Models of EI

      3:13
    • Job Performance and EI

      2:47
    • IS EI Always A Good Thing?

      4:46
    • Work-Family Balance and EI

      6:50
    • Emotional Labor and EI

      2:59
    • Emotional Exhaustion and EI

      2:55
    • High EI and Low EI

      3:03
    • Micro Leadership and EI

      3:32
    • Leader Member Exchange and EI

      3:38
    • Authentic Leadership and EI

      1:55
    • Emotional Expression and EI

      3:39
    • Emotional Regulation and EI

      4:56
    • Empathy and Leadership

      4:13
    • Alternatives to Emotional Intelligence

      6:01
    • Final Thoughts

      3:23

About This Class

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The goal of the course is to help organizations increase their sales and workplace mental health by developing and applying emotional intelligence!

The concept of Emotional Intelligence became popularized in 1995 when Daniel Goleman wrote a book titled 'Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ'. Since then, organizations have attempted to apply EI principles to improve organizational outcomes.

We look at how emotional intelligence can increase job performance and leadership ability, and offer practical advice and tips on how to develop and use it. The class project tests your understanding of the material.

The course is designed to be concise, have short lessons, and be direct in the presentation of the information. Your time is valuable, and I want to jam in as much relevant information as possible in the least amount of time.

Ermin is a Graduate student (Educational Psychology) in Canada, and he studies about the measurement of intelligence, how people learn, and why they behave the way they do.

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I'm a Graduate Student (Educational Psychology) in Canada, and I'm passionate about statistics and data. I've developed an expertise in SAS Base programming and beginner/intermediate statistics largely through my schooling and partly self-study.

In my Graduate work, I focus on and study the assessment of intellectual, cognitive, academic, and social/behavioral/emotional functioning.

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