The 4 Domains and 12 Competencies of Emotional Intelligence

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The 4 Domains and 12 Competencies of Emotional Intelligence
Gandhi Heryanto, Management Consultant, Indonesia, Premium Member
Donít shortchange your development as a leader by assuming that emotional intelligence (EI) is all about being sweet and chipper, or that your EI is as perfect as you are ó or, even worse, assume that EI can't help you excel in your career.
Defining emotional intelligence sometimes only focuses on sociability, sensitivity, and likability. We are Then missing critical elements of emotional intelligence that could make someone a stronger, more effective leader.
EI is defined as comprising four domains:
  1. Self-awareness
  2. Self-management
  3. Social awareness
  4. Relationship management
Nested within each domain are twelve EI competencies, learned and learnable capabilities that allow outstanding performance at work or as a leader:
  1. Self awareness: 1. emotional self-awareness.
  2. Self management: 2. emotional self-control, 3. adaptability, 4. achievement orientation, and 5. positive outlook...Sign up

12 Competencies versus 19 Categories of Emotional Intelligence
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Thanks for sharing this... Very interesting.
The 4 domains you mentioned are identical as the ones mentioned in our summary. However the 12 compe...Sign up

12 EI Competencies of the ESCI Model
Gandhi Heryanto, Management Consultant, Indonesia, Premium Member
The 12 competencies which cover four domain of distinct areas of ability (by Hay group) are part of the Emotional and Social Competency Model (Sign up

More EI Competencies
Doug Lundrigan, Management Consultant, United States, Member
It's incredibly difficult to identify and name all the competencies related to emotional intelligence. The four domains you identified are the simples...Sign up

Validity of Categories of Emotional Intelligence
Tauheed Ahmed Khan, Analyst, India, Member
Typification is helpful, but up to a point. Every individual is unique. In fact, I've seen people with admirable cognitive ability displaying equally ...Sign up 24-6-2019

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