Emotional competence

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: The specificity and the development of social-emotional competence in a multi-ethnic-classroom...

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  • In so few words, this poem beautifully captures what is so vital about early emotional development and its importance in the human condition. It is the willingness and ability to embrace fully and experience the broad spectrum of emotional states, including those that are painful and distressing, that may be key to mental health and adaptive personal development.

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  • Empathy is characterized by three competencies: 1. Respectful listening, which is the ability to give careful and respect- ful attention to others; 2. Feeling the impact on others, which is the ability to assess and de- termine how situations as well as our words and actions affect others; and 3. Service orientation, which is the desire to help others. Competency 1: Respectful Listening Empathy requires us to respectfully listen to others. Respectfully listening means that we’re listening with the purpose of understanding.

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  • It includes four competencies: 1. Building relationships, which is the ability to build social bonds with others; 2. Collaboration, which is the ability to invite others in and value their thoughts related to ideas, projects, and work; 3. Conflict resolution, which is the ability to resolve differences; and 4. Organizational savvy, which is the ability to understand and ma- neuver within organizations.

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  • Functional or technical competence will always be important, but as we compete in different markets, interact with culturally different clients and customers, manage foreign workforces, and interact with people of all types, those most skilled in managing themselves and their interactions with others will prove to be invaluable. When you hire people who demonstrate emotional intelligence, you build an organization that can function, not just today, but also tomorrow.

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  • Relationships building and sustaining of, 12, 66, 67, 68–71, 74, 82 flexibility in, 102 management of, 129–130 role in organizational savvy, 80 Rescuing behavior, 61–62 Resentment, as self-defeating emotion, 21 Resilience, as self-management competency, 12, 42–45 assessment of, 42–45, 50, 166 Resistance, 120, 124–125 Resumes, fraudulent or misleading

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  • Study Skills cover all those abilities that make it possible to cope with the demands of academic and professional pursuits. For people just embarking on a course of study they include being able to deal with all the intellectual, emotional and social challenges that are part of the day-to-day demands of being a student. Beyond the skills involved in coping are those that enable students to do well in their chosen disciplines.

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  • Despite the immeasurable increase in understanding and improvement in diagnosis and management of epilepsy, the idea of possession by evil spirits as a cause of these frightening attacks, is still deeply rooted in many developing countries, 3,4 Sudan is not an exempt. Many children with seizures of any cause are seen and managed first by ‘El sheikh’ a religious traditional healer or in some cultures in Africa by "Al Kujour" particularly, following an antiepileptic drug failure or appearance of its side effects.

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  • THE star ship came out of space drive for the last time, and made its final landing on a scrubby little planet that circled a small and lonely sun. It came to ground gently, with the cushion of a retarder field, on the side of the world where it was night. In the room that would have been known as the bridge on ships of other days, instrument lights glowed softly on Captain Renner's cropped white hair, and upon the planes of his lean, strong face. Competent fingers touched controls here and there, seeking a response that he knew would...

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  • Chapter 2 - Introduction to interpersonal communication.After studying this chapter you will be able to: Describe the interpersonal communication process and barrier to effective communication; explain how emotional hijacking can hinder effective interpersonal communication; describe the basic domains of emotional intelligence and related communication competencies;...

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  • Why is it so hard to make lasting changes in our companies, in our communities, and in our own lives? The primary obstacle is a conflict that’s built into our brains, say Chip and Dan Heath, authors of the critically acclaimed bestseller Made to Stick. Psychologists have discovered that our minds are ruled by two different systems—the rational mind and the emotional mind—that compete for control. The rational mind wants a great beach body; the emotional mind wants that Oreo cookie.

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  • For the HR context there is a supplementary and vital research question: ‘How should an HR manager respond to the competing pressures of recruiting and retaining attractive employees while at the same time keeping legislative and professional competence intact?’ What stance, either personal or organisational, gives rise to potential ethical anxieties? Unanswered here but noted are gender differences for aesthetic labour and also for sprezzatura, treated historically as the male mind at work.

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  • Investing in child health is an investment upstream. Quite simply, health in infancy and the early years contributes to healthy children and youth, and healthy children and youth contribute to health throughout the lifespan. Indeed, “the early development of cognitive skills, emotional well-being, social competence and sound physical and mental health builds a strong foundation for success well into the adult years…these abilities are critical prerequisites for economic productivity and responsible citizenship throughout life.

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  • Chapter 3 - Pathology. This chapter presents the following content: Areas of competence, medical terminology, the nine regions of the abdomen, risk factors for disease, microorganisms, modes of disease transmission, stages of inflammation, disorders/diseases, drugs and herbal therapy, effects of physical and emotional abuse and trauma.

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