Emotional Awareness

Recognising and understanding one's own emotions

Emotional awareness is the ability to recognise, understand, and manage our own emotions. It involves being in tune with our feelings, identifying their triggers, and effectively expressing and regulating them. Developing emotional awareness empowers individuals to navigate challenges, build healthier relationships, and make more informed decisions, leading to personal growth and well-being.

Emotional Awareness

Emotional Awareness

Recognising and understanding one's own emotions

The link between the emotional awareness of leaders and personal/organisational effectiveness is overwhelmingly strong. Leaders with strong emotional awareness navigate complex, ambiguous change with sensitivity; will inspire individual and team effort and remain open to their own personal development. Podium’s Emotional Awareness tool focuses on five broad areas relating to how people interpret and manage their own and others’ emotions.

In today's dynamic and interconnected world, emotional awareness has become a crucial skill for leaders and individuals alike.

Podium's Emotional Awareness assessment delves deep into the intricacies of how individuals interpret and manage their own emotions, as well as the emotions of others.

When to Use Emotional Awareness


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Emotional Awareness Measures

Emotional self-awareness: An awareness and one’s own feelings and emotions.

Emotional perception of others: The interpretation of others’ feelings, needs, and concerns.

Emotional thinking: To rely on emotions over rational analysis when making decisions.

Emotional expression: To be moved by emotion and express one's feelings.

Emotional reasoning: To use feelings and emotions when making personal and interpersonal work decisions.

Emotional well-being: To feel confident and satisfied with oneself and life in general.

Emotional regulation: To withstand stress and effectively control one’s own emotions.

Emotional support: To empathise with others, show compassion, and offer support.

Emotional influence: To influence others and positively impact their feelings.


Emotional Awareness

Emotional Perception

Emotional Preferences

Emotional Judgement

Emotional Management


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