Emotional Intelligence and Age

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Huib, Netherlands

Emotional Intelligence and Age

Does Emotional Intelligence increase or decrease when we grow older? Or is age irrelevant?


Naraynan Sethurao, India

EI and age

Age is irrelevant.

Elaine, USA

EI and Age

Age is very relevant. Most of us learn with age (and experience)--more about ourselves as well as about others. We make observations about interpersonal behaviors and the impact they have, and use those observations to guide our future behaviors.

Eddie, UK

EI and Age

Age is most certainly relevant. If you don't understand yourself you cannot understand others. Self understanding/awareness is achieved through experience accumulated as we age!

Akumar, India

Age matters, but up to a certain level and age

Age has its relevancy up to certain level. Afterwards, the likes and dislikes of the person affect the interpersonal skills. Attitude plays a pivotal role for EI. The degree of perception makes people more aware rather than their age. At a certain point of time, the age factor looses its importance in EI. The most important thing how we perceive the things, what is our way to look at all the happening around. Our interest towards correcting and amending the wrong one. At last but not least, what value system we have?

praveen anantharaman, india

Age is an Opportunity for EI

I would rather argue it is the age and the situation you are exposed to which gives a person chance ... Sign up

Robert Andrew
Consultant, South Africa

Emotional Intelligence and Age

For me personally, age is definitively relevant. I am now 66 and throughout my life I have attempted... Sign up

K. M. Khan
Student (University), Pakistan

The Relationship of Emotional Inteliigence with Age

The five of four domains of EI as referred to in Goleman's writing do relate to a person's physical ... Sign up

Suleiman C. Muttani
Consultant, Tanzania

EQ Increases with Ageing

EQ and IQ are both inborn traits of humans at variable degrees which are modified by leaning process... Sign up

Adrian Cosereanu, Canada

HOW does Emotional Intelligence Increase with Age?

When do you think that people START to develop the main abilities regarding EI and how do you think ... Sign up


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