Is it necessary that a person rich in Intelligence Quotient is low in Emotional Quotient and vice- versa because I have seen many people who are low in IQ level but have High EQ level. People's high in EQ level easily understand any problem and are ready to help you but same is opposite for high IQ people. Who are more beneficial for world?
I still don't understand a good human or intelligent human.
The Emotional Blueprint model was created by Mayer-Salovey.
The underlying principles are as follows:
1. Emotion is information and ignoring it does not work.
2. You may try to hide emotions but other people are able to pick them up.
3. Decisions must incorporate emotions to be effective.
I disagree with #2
The book available on this is the Caruso-Salovey book called “Emotional Intelligence is a skill that can be developed through training and experience --- just like learning to play golf”
Yes it's true that Emotional Intelligence can be developed through proper training and experience.
http://www.danielgoleman.info/topics/em … elligence/
Daniel Goleman is considered 'Father of EQ" and according to him it's not easy to increase your EQ level. You have to be very involving in this.
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