EMOTIONALLY SMART KIDS © James Tobin

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SELF

Personal Competence

Self-Awareness

  •  – Emotional awareness (able to identify and label one’s feelings)
  •  – Accurate self-assessment (able to identify one’s strengths and values)
  •  – Self-confidence and optimism
Self-Management
  • Emotional control (able to manage feelings so they help rather than hinder thought and action)
  • Conscientiousness (able to self-motivate to set and accomplish goals)
  • Resilience (able to monitor and use emotions in a way that enables person to deal effectively with adversity and to problem solve)
  • – Trustworthiness (able to be one’s self and to inspire trust)

OTHER

Social Competence

Social Awareness

  • Awareness of others’ feelings (able to identify and label the feelings of others)
  • Empathy (able to understand the other’s point of view)
  • Group Awareness (able to understand and respond to individual and group differences)

Relationship Management

  • Communication (able to use verbal and nonverbal skills to express oneself in a way that promotes strong relationships)
  • Building relationships (able to establish and maintain healthy connections with individuals and groups)
  • Conflict management (able to resolve conflicts in individual and groups)
  • Leadership (able to influence others)