Poor Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence November 18, 2009 Grand Canyon University Group Titanium (Tenecia Ward, Audrea White, Yolanda Traylor and Wendy Tuck) Table of Contents: Page 1: Title Page Page 2: Table of Contents Page 3: Abstract: Page 4: Introduction Page 5-7: President Dwight D. Eisenhower Page 8: President Richard Nixon Page 9-10: President Ronald Reagan Page 11: President George W. Bush Page 12: Signs of Poor Emotional Intelligence Page 13: Conclusion Page 14-15: References Abstract: Emotional intelligence: This paper is about public figures that seem to have poor emotional intelligence so in order to discuss how their emotional intelligence was lacking we need to first take look at what emotional intelligence is. Emotional intelligence is essentially the ability to perceive, use, understand, and manage emotions. In general being emotionally intelligent means accepting…show more content…
His presidency was a turning point for the Republican Party, which embraced a “Southern strategy” of exploiting the divisions within the Democratic Party over civil rights and winning control of the South by appealing to racism. Even so, the crudeness of his views can still shock. Six years after the Supreme Court decision in Loving v. Virginia which struck down state laws against “miscegenation,” Nixon was comparing interracial sex to rape. ( Martin P and Grey B., (2009) A Reveling Picture of the American Presidency, World Socialist Web Site, June 29, 2009 What is the motivation behind these displays? What might be the cause for the lack of emotional control or perception? President Nixon, A very complicated man. He had a terrible temper and kept his emotion bottled up it led to terrible outbursts. Thus he looked comical to some and downright fearful to others. He has had the inability to trust anyone. He was secretly inadequate, he knew it and tried

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