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Cultivating Emotional Intelligence and Leadership in children
Cultivating Emotional Intelligence and Leadership in children
Your Child is Tommorow's Leader
Isnt what he should be ?
Children with Emotional Intelligence knowledge are 300% likely to be a leader and overcome challenges in their career.
Emotional intelligence encompasses awareness, understanding, and the ability to express and manage one's emotions.

While the world has been focused on academic achievement in childhood, emotional self-regulation has been largely ignored. This is a poor strategy, given that research suggests emotional intelligence is twice as strong a predictor as IQ of later success. Educating children on emotional intelligence is key to success. A high level of emotional intelligence can lead to academic, professional, and social success. Those who lack emotional intelligence have more aggression, poor mental health, and more interpersonal problems.

Emotional intelligence can be said to cover five main areas: self-awareness, emotional control, self-motivation, empathy, and relationship skills. It is, of course, important for good communication with others – and is therefore a gateway to better learning, friendships, academic success, and employment. Skills such as these developed in the child's formative years often provide the foundation for future habits later in life.

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Emotions are what connect us. Providing your child with a healthy skill set for social and emotional learning is as essential as giving them nourishing food. The great thing about Emotional Intelligence is that it can make a parent's job easier! Think about it, great parenting depends on optimal communication and emotions are an essential part. High EQ makes children better able to learn, problem solve and develop positive social relationships. Parents also get the benefit of "on the job training" by being able to examine their own level of emotional intelligence and discard dysfunctional behaviors in favor of more appropriate ones that they need to model for their children.

Cultivating emotional intelligence is a family effort that results in noticeable positive outcomes.

  • Social Growth and Development
    A child with a well-developed sense of emotional intelligence will be better able to navigate the social complexities of the world. Today's children are growing up in a tech heavy world. Interacting with social media is not equivalent to live, social interaction and the greater the dependence on technology, the less time that is spent interacting with others. Parents and educators need to construct a proper balance for children between time spent on technological pursuits and time spent interacting with their peers and adults.
  • Academic Success
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  • Improved Family Dynamics
    · Why is it that a child who exhibits model behavior in the classroom is often "difficult" at home? Children behave according to the expectations that we have of them. Increasing their self-awareness regarding their thoughts, feelings and behavior leads to a greater sense of self-management and social awareness. A child who is tasked with his own emotional management will be less likely to exhibit behavioral problems on a regular basis.
  • Physical and Emotional Health
    · Childhood in not stress free. Children are being asked to navigate an increasingly complex world where the rules change continually. Stress takes a physical toll on health and well-being and unchecked stress can affect immune health, blood pressure, anxiety levels and depression. Cultivating emotional intelligence can help children develop a healthy sense of self and purpose. As confidence levels rise so does resilience. Children are less prone to free floating anxiety and frustration and are more likely to establish healthy relationships with others.
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