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Emotional & Social Intelligence

Success in your professional and personal relationships requires improving your Emotional and Social Intelligence. This involves becoming aware of how you relate with others, the latent and manifest messages you send, the words you speak, your attitude and behavior, and how your inevitable biases impact your ability to empathize and connect with people. Emotionally regulating yourself, in essence, processing your mental choices in slow motion, allows you to understand yourself and others better. It's is a deliberate process. It's a choice, a learned skill, a necessity! It's your responsibility! How and if you choose to react or respond to people and situations are governed by your ability to develop your emotional intelligence. Successful relationship outcomes are not accidental. These self-awareness exercises and activities help you recognize, understand, and practice developing your Emotional and Social intelligence.

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