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What is the concept of Emotional Intelligence.

- Emotional/emotional intelligence is the intelligence by which a person understands their emotions, recognizes other's emotions and controls emotions, and uses it effectively for efficiency and success of work. This idea is new, but thousands of years ago, prominent philosophers have given their opinion. Out of which, the major philosopher Aristotle said that when, where, how, on whom, and in what quantity to display the cloth, this quality makes a person successful. Similarly, Sukraat has said how much he expresses his feelings. In the 19th century, when rationalists such as Hegel Carr was describing the intellect and immortalization as the highest potential of man, the existential thinker Soren Kokigard said that man should be identified with his emotions and not with his intellect. Thorndike in 1920, considering the type of intelligence, gave the notion of social intelligence with the ability to make the right choices to fit social relations. In 1940, Dravid Wrestler wrote that the successes of the individual do not include only the intellectual side, but the emotional aspects need to be valued. Famous psychologist in the 1950s.
Abraham Maslow underlined the importance of the emotional aspects of man.
In 1983, Howard Gardner proposed a multiple intelligence theory in which there were 2 out of 8 types of intelligence that are closely related to emotional intelligence. In which the difference is perceived from individual intelligence and inter-personal intelligence. Inter-personal intelligence in which to understand the intentions, sensations, moods, desires, dispositions, and motivations and in the individual personal intelligence to understand one's own abilities, weaknesses, desires, etc. and manage their emotions.
In 1985, Wenpen first used the term emotional intelligence in a dialectical sense. In 1966, Barbara Lunner also used the term.
In 1987, Kip Birale first used the term emotional gain; Thorndike first called it social intelligence in psychology, but emotional intelligence was first referenced by Salovey and Mayer in 1990. Daniel Goleman's book Emotional "Wisdom EQ (Emotional
Quotient) is two-fold important. Published in IQ (1995), the book's article appeared in the Times magazine, which surprised everyone around the world and learned about its usefulness since then it has become a key component of governance management and efficient operations. Daniel Golman even went so far as to say that the success of a person is about 80% EQ and only 20% is IQ (Intelligence Quotient).
To recognize one's own feelings and to understand the feelings of others, then use this knowledge to make decisions and tasks in a skillful and sensible way.
Doing in the country is called emotional understanding. Actually, with the intention of intellect, to understand the environment, think carefully, and in front of any challenge Has the wide potential to use available resources effectively. To succeed in life in higher intelligence and school exams
Good performance is not enough. We will find many such people who are highly skilled but do not succeed in their life. They have many problems in the family and at the workplace, they are not able to make good interpersonal relationships. This is due to a lack of emotional understanding.
The level of emotional understanding varies from person to person, but in general, they increase with age. Contrary to cognitive understanding that remains relative throughout one's life. Emotional understanding can be improved as a result of education and new skills interaction.

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