Emotional intelligence is measured using the EQ coefficient of the emotional intelligence scale. Based on this scale, we can measure how well you manage your feelings and emotions by measuring the following behavioural skills:
You pause and think before you say something or act.
You try to control your thoughts and your reaction to emotions.
You use constructive criticism as a ossibility to improve something.
You keep to your principles and values.
You show compassion.
You praise and encourage others and give useful feedback.
You apologize and acknowledge your mistakes.
You forgive and forget. You fulfil your obligations.
You help others.
You protect yourself from emotional sabotage.
Statistical investigation shows that if a child masters these skills, he/she is guaranteed a high social status and good psychological health.
Emotional Intelligence Development
For a child to be successfully socially involved, the intelligence development level is important. The most popular scales for measuring intelligence are IQ and EQ. The science suggests that EQ is much more important than IQ. It is very important for parents to develop their child’s emotional intelligence.
How can one develop emotional intelligence?
We train emotional intellect at our Child Centre. The author of the Guide to Emotional Intelligence, Justin Bariso has distinguished 13 types of target emotional behaviour that the child has to be taught. Educational psychologists at the Well-Behaved Child Centre know the technique intimately. The course is divided into 14 themes each including 5 classes. A complete emotional intelligence course consists of 70 hours.
The classes are held remotely, online, so those who live in distant regions and other countries can also access the training. You will not have to travel to the Centres, you just need to connect to the website. We have developed programs for individual sessions with a tutor as well as online group training. To illustrate the high quality of teaching, a test system for the assessment of students’ behavioural skills before and after the sessions has been developed. As a result, trust-based relations are formed between teachers and parents. The parents can see at any moment what their child is being taught and how his/her behaviour is changing.
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