Recognizing Emotions as Real at the Heart of Developing Emotional Intelligence by National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)

“Emotional intelligence is the ability to be aware of and understand effective methods to manage your emotions and, by doing so, you are impacting the emotions of others.” - Dr. Airies Davis

“‘No’ is a complete sentence. There is power in taking ownership of our time with the word ‘no.’ Sometimes, using ‘no’ can open blocks of time for self-care to address burnout.”

Emotional Intelligence by Psychology Today

The Roots of Emotional Intelligence

  • How self-aware is an emotionally intelligent person?
  • Do the emotionally intelligent have a better handle on self-regulation?

Boost Your Emotional Intelligence with These 3 Questions by Harvard Business Review

  1. What are the differences between how you see yourself and how others see you?
  2. What matters to you?
  3. What changes will you make to achieve these goals?
  4. (BONUS 4.) What commitments will you make to ensure goals are sticky/longstanding?