Smart and successful women have high emotional intelligence. Let’s imitate the sentences they often say at work.
Intelligent women are able to understand the emotions of themselves and others. They can also express emotions healthily and productively.
This is reflected in the choice of words and sentences they use in communicating. It’s not surprising that intelligent women have high emotional intelligence (EQ).
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Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, manage, and express one’s own and others’ emotions. EQ plays an important role in success in personal and professional life.
A number of psychology experts have revealed that there are several sentences that people with high EQ often say. These sentences can be a reflection of the traits possessed by intelligent and successful people.
Sentences spoken by intelligent and successful women
The following are various sentences that intelligent women often say that might help you to communicate more professionally and effectively at the office.
1. “I have another view, here is the explanation”
Quoting from The Every Girl, having differences of opinion with colleagues can be difficult, especially during meetings. However, it is important to dare to express your opinion even if it is different from others.
Instead of apologizing for having a different opinion, focus on explaining why you have that opinion. Provide relevant examples and references to support your opinion.
That way, other people will be more inclined to consider your views on the problem.
2. “I don’t understand what’s wrong, can you explain?”
This sentence shows that Mother has the ability to read situations. Mother is aware that something is wrong with the person she is talking to but does not react negatively.
On the other hand, Mother seems to be trying to understand the problems faced by the person she is talking to. Don’t be afraid to ask questions if you don’t understand after listening carefully.
3. “I need your advice”
Reporting from CNBC Make It, this sentence shows that Mother is open to new ideas and suggestions. Mothers are not afraid to ask other people for help if they really need it.
Smart and successful women cannot always go it alone to achieve their goals. Of course this is done because they are good at communicating with other people.
4. “I appreciate your feedback and I will consider it”
Even if you don’t agree, you still have to respect the person you are talking to at work. Feedback is a valuable tool for professional growth and development.
Successful women always seek feedback, take it into account, and implement changes when necessary. However, not all feedback is worth following up on.
Instead of directly accepting or rejecting it, you can respond with this sentence. This sentence shows that you appreciate and are committed to reflecting on the feedback that has been submitted by colleagues.
5. “Thank you for your patience”
There are no specific rules for when you should respond to an e-mail or chat group. However, it is important to reply quickly, especially if you are waiting for a response from someone else.
Rather than apologizing in any situation, smart women prefer to use the phrase, ‘Thank you for your patience’, as a great way to eliminate awkwardness over a late response.
6. “Sorry, I have a lot of work to do, can I ask X for help?”
Women are often asked to take on responsibilities outside their job description. This can cause fatigue and frustration.
If you feel like the workload is too heavy, don’t be afraid to say so. Give an explanation about why you feel that way. Mothers can also offer alternative solutions, such as asking other colleagues for help.
7. “Nice job!”
This sentence shows that you appreciate other people’s achievements, especially if they are teammates. Mothers do not hesitate to acknowledge and appreciate other people’s hard work and this has a big impact on the progress of themselves and the colleagues who are praised.
When applied, these sentences will show that you have high emotional intelligence. Mothers are able to understand their own and other people’s emotions, and express them in a healthy and productive way.
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