Exploring Emotional Intelligence as a Line of Development

Exploring Emotional Intelligence as a Line of Development
An Integral Stage Development Model
By Kirk Leslie
This article explores emotional intelligence and its relationship to the integral psychograph as a line of development. Emotional intelligence is examined using a proposed stage development model to analyze the abilities or skills an individual attains as emotions are held in a more complex fashion. Focus is primarily on the Upper-Left quadrant.
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Published: 12-01-2010
Length: 12 Pages
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This article explores emotional intelligence and its relationship to the integral psychograph as a line of development. Emotional intelligence is examined using a proposed stage development model to analyze the abilities or skills an individual attains as emotions are held in a more complex fashion. Focus is primarily on the Upper-Left quadrant. Definitions of emotional intelligence are examined as well as relationships to other lines of development in the Integral model. Methods to measure the various aspects of emotional intelligence (abilities, traits, skills, and competencies) and comparisons of different emotional intelligence models are explored.