Archive for the ‘Emotional Intelligence’ Category

EQ vs EI Revisited

Two years ago, I wrote a blog to address the question, “Which emotional intelligence term is correct?” Today, the confusion in terms is still an issue, so this topic needs revisiting. As both a researcher and practitioner of emotional intelligence, the inconsistency in terms has been a long-time pet peeve.  I believe that we should be […]

EQ vs. EI: Which Emotional Intelligence Term is Correct?

As both a researcher and practitioner of Emotional Intelligence, the inconsistency in terms used to describe this collection of social skills has been a long-time pet peeve.  I am a fan and advocate for using EQ, not EI, and here’s why.  First let’s define Emotional Intelligence.  It’s a form of social intelligence that involves the ability […]