Advantages/Attributes of the Emotionally Intelligent Person/Civil Servants

  • Effective conflict management.
  • Enthusiastic work environment.
  • Improved responses.
  • Higher creativity.
  • Improved clarity of thinking.
  • Increased productivity.
  • Leadership
Emotionally Intelligent Person Leadership
  • De-personalize from the fits of the anger of others.
  • Deal with uncertainty and change.
  • Identify and abide by core values.
  • Understand and empathize with positions different from others.
  • To enroll people into his/her vision.
  • Physical & mental health
  •  Enhanced relationship & interpersonal skills
  • Understanding and managing needs and wants: The emotionally intelligent mind can discern between things that they need versus things that would be “nice to have” that classify more aptly as wants. A need, particularly in the context of Abraham Maslow’s “Hierarchy of Needs” is the basic level stuff like safety, survival and sustenance. Once those things are met, then we can progress to other needs and of course, wants. A “want” is a big house, a nice car, a smartphone, etc. We do not need those things to survive, but rather we want them based on our desires or what we perceive to matter to society. Emotionally intelligent people know the difference between these two things, and always establish needs before fulfilling wants.
Abraham Maslow Hierarchy Emotionally Intelligent
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