One fight with different Strategies

Have been going through ten- hours session on Emotional Intelligence as a Social Worker. I was touched to do an article to narrow down the relationship which co-exists between Social Work and Emotional Intelligence. As I initially expressed is to accelerate discussions at all levels about the position and contribution of emotions comprehensively, and Emotional Intelligence is unique within the Social work practice. Over time, the representative of Social Work, which is in hypothesis it least has valuable experience of putting together intelligently with emotions as it has enormous possibility application of Emotional Intelligence for Social work. The main contention of this article is that Emotional Intelligence is alongside the professional importance of the pivotal facets for Social work education.

However, Emotional Intelligence is a fairly new phrase, not more than two and half decades but it stems from Bhaga vast Gita 5000 years ago where the work of Plato, 2000 is very close to Meyer all founded on emotional. Emotional Intelligence is an ensuing source of which the record origins dated back to Greece – Roman time. It has been popularly used since the 1990s. Emotional Intelligence has the potential to combine thinking and feeling to optimal decisions, as can use it to resuscitate yourself and regulate stress.

Similarly, Emotional Intelligence has become the modern management. It is implied that these are missing components that distinguish average from top management or performance. Yet, despite its massive prospect bearing do social Work profession there has been few inquiry conclusions and limited reports about its application in social work settings. Emotional  Intelligence has been interpreted as being eligible to stimulate oneself and persist in the face of trials and frustration to manage impulse and wait for satisfaction, to regulate one’s attitudes, and maintain discomfort from devastating. The ability to think, to empathize to restore hope. Given the center focus of emotions and power relations in the Social Work task, the proponent of exponential improvement of intellectual and outstanding writings about Emotional Intelligence suggests that for discourse about Emotional Intelligence in Social Work practices by contemplating its progress, justification, and difficulty. Experimental evidence supporting the existence of a distinct Emotional Intelligence is ambiguous emergent, the role of emotions in the setting of humans is strongly established. This writing will also showcase the role of Emotional Intelligence in the five core of social work tasks:

  • Collaboration
  • Engagement
  • Decision Making
  • Assessment and observations
  • Co-operation dealing with stress, as it in equal vain that features of Emotional Intelligence are outlined:


√Social Skills

√Self Regulations



Finally, I analyze my experience as a Researcher, Social Worker Educator in Social work to discuss emotional aspects of the work as a fraction of crucial reflections to social work Research and practice cum Emotional Intelligence.

Social worker

Samuel Bungi Kargbo


Sierra Leone

West Africa.

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