Anger & Emotional Regulators

Emotional Intelligence and Anger Management

Do you know people who are masters at managing their emotions? They seldom get angry. Instead, they have the ability to stay objective and calm, analyzing the problem, considering possible solutions. This person thinks clearly, and is an excellent decision maker. They donít seem to fret and second-guess themselves after they make their decision. This person has a high degree of Emotional Intelligence, or EI.

They are not guarded, but feel comfortable looking inward at both their weaknesses and strengths, without shame and guilt. They take criticism well, and they know when to use it to improve their performance. They have a good understanding of who they are and who they are not.

Research clearly shows that people with high EI excel in their careers, often even more than academic skills. Teens with high Emotional Intelligence are usually successful in most things they do.

Characteristics of Emotional Intelligence?

An American psychologist, Daniel Goleman, developed a framework of five elements that define Emotional Intelligence:



At Bayridge we believe in focusing on the following:

Executive Skills
  • Clean and clear communications
  • Emotional Containment
  • Assessing risk and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to pay attention and focus
  • Plan, organize, execute and follow-through
  • Embrace peers yet resist peer pressure
  • Ability to work independently yet also in groups
As you've probably determined, at Bayridge we believe that Emotional Intelligence can be a key to success in your life. We work with teens every single day to increase their Emotional Intelligence. It is no wonder that most of our clients love to come and see our teen specialists.

The ability to manage people and relationships is very important to all leaders, so developing and using your Emotional Intelligence can be a good way to show others the leader inside of you.
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