Emotional Intelligence and Society
Society is a dynamic, not fixed unit, because of the continuous interaction between its members and thus the relationships within the society are changable and renewable. In order for individuals to form healthy relationships and coexist within the society, it is important that they possess emotional intelligence.
According to scholars, people who possess emotional intelligence competencies enjoy a more effective and successful personality within their personal relationships and social life. Where these people can control and regulate their behavior, in addition to being more effective in knowing and managing their own feelings, and managing the feelings of others as well. The more emotional intelligence skills develop, this leads to more effective and successful social relationships.
In general, emotional intelligence helps us to understand ourselves and thus increases our ability to understand others and helps us to deal with society through: First: Defining social circles. Second: Enhancing the people's pertinence to society. Third: Improving our relationships within our small community through our empathy. Fourth: Enhancing participation within the community through being positive and having internal motivation.
In this unit we will be talking about Community and Emotional Intelligence, Trust, Life Philosophies 1, Life Philosophies 2, Life Philosophies 3, Emotional Intelligence and Community Relations and a Case Study.
In this unit we will be talking about Building Positive Attributes, Positive Communication, Stress and Relationships, Emotional Mirroring, Positive Messages, Empathy 1 and Empathy 2.
In this unit we will be talking about Emotional Maturity Mechanisms, Taking Initiatives, Collaboration, Ethical Emotional Intelligence, Positive Thinking, Self Management and Practical Exercises.
In this unit we will be talking about Life Skills and Emotional Intelligence, Self Reflection, Adaptability, Problem Solving, Creative ad Critical Thinking a Case Study and the Specialization Revision.
Sereen abu Maizer is a leader in the field of emotional intelligence (EQ). She first realized her strengths in this area while working in the banking sector for many years. She had a talent for diffusing conflict and improving communication which led her to training others in banking to do the same. Recognizing that managing relationships is a combination of knowledge, skills and attitude, Sereen sought further information and stepped into the world of emotional intelligence. Sereen’s path of self-discovery prompted her lifelong commitment to supporting people to succeed in their personal and professional lives. A Certified International Professional Trainer, Sereen has spent the past 11 years developing and conducting trainings for leaders in the private and non-profit sectors, as well as educational institutions across the Middle East. In 2013, Sereen was certified as an Emotional Intelligence Practitioner and in 2016, as an Emotional Intelligence Assessor, by Six Seconds, a U.S.-based, non-profit organization dedicated to the awareness of emotional intelligence. She has spoken at numerous events and conferences including at the World EQ Summits held in the U.A.E and India in 2017 and at Jordan’s 2017 Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. In 2016, Sereen co-founded Indigo, a company specializing in the social, emotional and educational development of children, and a preferred partner of Six Seconds in the Middle East. Sereen holds a BA in Business Administration and MIS and is completing a higher degree in Child Education. She lives with her husband and young twins in Amman, Jordan.