Being aware of your thoughts, your emotions and of the impact of what you say and do. There are simple things you can do to understand yourself better.
– Be conscious of your thoughts and emotions, and express your feelings.
– Use the right words and be respectful when you express your emotions and needs.
– Recognize your strengths, but also your limitations.
Emotional Self-management (Self Control)
Emotional self-management means being in control
of your thoughts, your behaviour and your feelings.
– Withdraw to regain your calm
– Talk to a friend
– Practice relaxation
– Go for a walk
Social awareness consists in paying attention to people around us so we can interact openly and soundly.
– Adapt to others
– Respect others’ privacy
– Be open to discussion
– Listen to what others have to say
– Stay positive
– Greet and thank people
Relationship Skills (Relationship Management)
Every day, you meet legions of people.
Your interpersonal skills allow you to interact positively and pleasantly.
– Help a friend
– Meet new people
– Reach out to loved ones to see how they’re doing
– Learn how to listen
– Open the dialogue
Responsible Decision Making
Whether it’s what you’ll have for dinner or what you want to do in life, any decision may have a positive or negative impact.
– Ask for advice
– Assess the pros and cons
– Think about the long-term impact
– Don’t be afraid of making mistakes
– Take the time to think before you act
Be a hero. Stand up for kindness.
Be a hero Stand up for others.