Friday, January 6, 2012

Emotional Intelligence Class Presentation Outline

Emotional Intelligence Class Outline

“Your core beliefs have far-reaching consequences, both positive and negative, in every area of your life. Core beliefs affect your mood, your relationships, your job, what you do for fun, and even your physical health.”
-MacKay & Fanning
I.                   Models

A.                  Goleman’s Model of Emotional Intelligence
                                    Includes two main competencies which branch into two sub-categories:
                                    1.     Recognition
                                                a. Self-awareness
                                                b. Social-awareness
                                    2.     Regulation
                                                a.  Self-management
                                                b.  Relationship-management                      

B.                   Albert Ellis' ABCD Model of Emotional Filters
1.      All feelings come from beliefs
                                                A- Activating Event
                                                B- Belief System
                                                C- Emotional Consequences of Belief System
                                                D- Dispute

II.                Adlerian Priorities of Lifestyle Assessment

A.          Assessment
B.           Feedback
III.             Effective Communication and Conflict Resolution

A.    Three Steps to Intentional Dialogue
B.      Steps to Reflective Listening
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Listening Exercise\Evaluation
IV.              Discussion\Questions

A.      15 minute group discussion

“You are not responsible for the programming you picked up in childhood. However, as an adult, you are one hundred present responsible for fixing it.”
-Ken Keyes, Jr.

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