Research has shown that those with high emotional intelligence have better attention skills and fewer learning problems, and are generally more successful in academic and workplace settings. We offer the following examples as a guide to help you continue to be a strong, positive influence on your child's social and emotional growth.Get Started
Have meaningful conversations with your child and listen actively to her concerns?
Model good behavior for your child?
Think about the impression you are giving to others?
Consider the perspective of others in your interactions?
Evaluate your role and behavior in your relationships?
Follow through on your promises?
Hold yourself accountable?
Take a moment to reflect when you were stressed or overwhelmed?
Think about your decisions and the consequences of your choices?
Allow your child to make some decisions on his own?