March 01, 2012

P6 Final Entry

Having written two reflective entries it has come time for me to write my last and final entry. I have thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of the workshop including the blog I might add. I learnt that emotional intelligence has no single definition or it is not obtained through one quality alone. It is a mixture of knowing about your own emotions others and others and then acting on that information. 1. I believe that my SMART Goal has been achieved. I generally keep my temper never the less However, under particular stress I can lash out. I believe that it all comes from external sources and that then the anger from inside me wells up when things don't go as well as I was expecting them. 2. As I said before I used to do this before attending the workshop without realising that I was doing such a thing however now that I am doing it with an objective I believe it has become more effective. This is particularly true for when I have a bad day because it allows me to try and get to root cays eof what's upsetting me 3. I believe that I've been particularly successful in this area especially as I like to socialise a lot. The person I talked about last time has delved into his enotions since last time we met. We had a discussion about emotional intelligence mad he had some constructive goals. In fact I think he may well be more aware of his own emotions than I am! For the future I intend to continue with points 1 and 2 as usual. They don't take much time and help in day to day life and I think even help to motivate me to do something better : ) Apart from this I think that every now and then I will sit down for lunch with a friend and go over this same topic and see where the conversation ends up; maybe other people as well whom I meet through networking. It would also be good practice for when I hopefully get a job. That is all ( the journey will continue however) Tutor: Samantha Tarren

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  1. Samantha Tarren

    Thanks for your final blog entry summarising your learning about your emotional intelligence. It seems that the concept of EI has firmly rooted in your consciousness so that you have access to an underpinning awareness of what you’re feeling, to what level, and why. Through your smart goals you have a better understanding of your feelings particularly anger and can manage emotions usefully and you are also keen to keep EI in your conversations with both yourself and others. I hope you continue exploring your emotionality ever deeper and use it wisely in both your personal and professional life. Enjoy!
    Samantha

    03 Mar 2012, 08:42


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