Self-management refers to the ability to consciously and productively control behaviors, thoughts, and emotions.
Self-awareness is the ability to view yourself clearly and objectively through reflection and introspection.
Social awareness is the capacity to comprehend and sympathize with others, particularly those from different backgrounds than one’s own.
Relationship management is all about interpersonal communication skills, such as the capacity to motivate, inspire, and influence others, the ability to communicate and form bonds with others, and the ability to help others in changing, growing, developing, and resolving disputes.
Leaders must have a strong EQ as well as a high IQ. Leadership success is dependent on the capacity to communicate properly with employees. They must have a firm grasp on how their emotions and behaviors influence others.
Leaders who display and nurture high emotional intelligence increases internal awareness, self-regulation, empathy, collaborative communication, and less stress for they can manage tension and conflicts.