Coping with Negative Feelings
Coping with Negative Feelings
Provide a 150 work response to the below discussion question in apa format with in-text citations:
How do servant leaders, as compared with leaders using the transformational model of leadership, manage organization dynamics and lead change to ensure that the continued success of the stakeholders will be served? Is servant leadership or transformational leadership the best approach to these tasks? Why?
Emotional Intelligence Worksheet
1. Think back on a time you were angry or upset about something at the clinical site. How did you react?
2. Describe a time when understanding someone else’s perspective helped you understand them better.
3. What motivates you when you have a job to do that you may not particularly enjoy doing?
Levels of Achievement: Proficient 6.6 (33.00%) points Student does a thorough evaluation of emotional weaknesses and formulates two or more strategies for coping with negative feelings. Competent 5.94 (29.70%) points Student adequately evaluates emotional weakness(es) and formulates at least one strategy for coping with negative feelings. Novice 5.28 (26.40%) points Student does a poor job of self evaluation and/or gives no ideas for coping with negative feelings. Unacceptable 0 (0.00%) points Student does not evaluate weakness or give strategy for coping. Feedback:Understanding Others–
Levels of Achievement: Proficient 6.8 (34.00%) points Student clearly articulates an understanding of others’ views and how they relate to stronger, improved communication. Competent 6.12 (30.60%) points Student somewhat articulates an understanding of others’ views and how they relate to better communication. Novice 5.44 (27.20%) points Student vaguely mentions others’ views and how they relate to communication. Unacceptable 0 (0.00%) points Student does not demonstrate understanding of others’ viewpoints nor communication. Feedback:Self Motivation–
Levels of Achievement: Proficient 6.6 (33.00%) points Student lists two or more examples of self-motivational strategies to develop higher emotional intelligence. Competent 5.94 (29.70%) points Student lists at least one example of self-motivational strategies to develop higher emotional intelligence. Novice 5.28 (26.40%) points Student lists no examples of self-motivational strategies to develop higher emotional intelligence. Unacceptable 0 (0.00%) points Student does not link motivational strategies to self. Feedback:Name:Emotional Intelligence
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