Adults who are emotionally intelligent are self-aware, emotionally literate, practice emotional self-regulation, and model prosocial behaviors. When adults possess these skills, they are able to effectively collaborate with colleagues. Adults need to feel empowered, supported, and valued. Adults who work with children need to be able to model these skills, so it's important that adults practice and develop these skills.
SEL for adults must include opportunities for learning, practice, collaboration, and modeling strategies. Resources for activities and more information include:
SEL for Adults: Self-Awareness and Self-Management
A Comprehensive Guide to Adult SEL
CASEL: Strengthen Adult Social, Emotional, and Cultural Competence
Why Continued Adult SEL is Needed
CASEL: Strengthen Adult SEL
10 Activities for Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) for Your Learners and You
SEL Activities for Employee Performance Management
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