The book: “Working with Emotional Intelligence” delivers a clear cut message, arguing Daniel Goleman defines Emotional Intelligence in the appendix 1 as. Working With Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. He defines "emotional intelligence"?a trait not measured by IQ tests?as a set of skills, including control of one's impulses, self-motivation, empathy and social competence in interpersonal relationships. In marriage, emotional intelligence means listening well and being able to.

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The questions, discussion topics, and author biography that follow are intended to enhance your group's reading of Working with Emotional Intelligence. Emotional intelligence is actually a set of skills that anyone can acquire, and in this practical guide, Daniel Goleman identifies them, explains their importance. Editorial Reviews. Review. Working With Emotional Intelligence takes the concepts from Daniel Goleman's bestseller, Emotional Intelligence, into .

For leaders, emotional intelligence is almost 90 percent of what sets stars apart from the mediocre. As Goleman documents, it's the essential ingredient for reaching and staying at the top in any field, even in high-tech careers. And organizations that learn to operate in emotionally intelligent ways are the companies that will remain vital and dynamic in the competitive marketplace of today—and the future.

Comprehensively researched, crisply written, and packed with fascinating case histories of triumphs, disasters, and dramatic turnarounds, Working with Emotional Intelligence may be the most important business book you'll ever read.

Drawing on unparalleled access to business leaders around the world and studies in more than organizations, Goleman documents an astonishing fact: Readers also discover how emotional competence can be learned. Goleman analyzes five key sets of skills and vividly shows how they determine who is hired and who is fired in the top corporations in the world.

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Goleman was a big deal in the s, and I experienced this book that way when I read the unabridged version. Now, he has been flattered by imitation and assimilation into many related works. By that I mean, some of what he popularized about emotional intelligence, applied to the business world, has been rolled up into cognitive psychology and mainstream business schools teaching.

And some of it has not been taken up so much -- the pschodynamic assumptions that are less empirically based.

I do not think one gains very much by going back to the s bit here, and certainly not in this abridged version. It leaves out the connecting hypotheses and research basis. This abridged recording gives just the stories; so you get mostly Goleman the journalist, missing out on Goleman the Ph.

I preferred the whole deal in the unabridged original, not leaving out the innards. I'd recommend, if anything, reading or listening to the original book instead; or perhaps skip ahead to Goleman's Social Intelligence, which though it does not focus on business so much, pulls on more updated research and theory a decade later, in the mids. site Edition Verified download. A perfect continuity for everyone who has read ''Emotional Intelligence'' by the same author.

If you are in the work force and holding a job, this knowledge will transform the way you understand ''working'' and will make you a happier worker. Amazing insights, backed up with scientific explanations but still easy and pleasant to read for a non-scientific mind. Excellent explanations and value of possessing Emotional Intelligence, and much overlooked part of human relations.

Very helpful for anyone involved in sales and marketing.

Everyone should read this whether they are involved in sales or not, just for the sheer knowledge it imparts. The world could be vastly improved if everyone knew and understood this little know aspect of relationships. Paperback Verified download.

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It's hard to figure yourself out, let alone others too Easy to read. Well written and researched on emotional intelligence- understanding yourself and others-learning from mistakes!

I am using it for leadership development for myself and my team!! One person found this helpful.

This is a must read book for all leaders. It is the contemporary book for all. Emotional Intelligence builds relationship and can be developed. It improves performance of all despite your weakness.

When Emotional Intelligence skills are well applied in the field of work it improves performance and lead to success and effectiveness in every aspect of organization and life. This book was recommended to me by a mentor of mine. Growing up and always valuing pure technical ability, this book helps to shed light on the soft skills that are needed to really excel in the workplace.

I highly recommend this book to everyone to get a better understanding of both yourself and how you relate to others. The information is presented in an easy to read format and is very engaging. There are many things that are raised that you can reflect on and the examples for each of the emotional intelligence attributes are easily graspable. Sometimes it feels like the examples are dumbed down in the effort to make it general and apply to any type of job. I wish it did more to explain how you can develop these skills besides introspection.

Overall, this book helps you to look at the work environment in a different light and at the very least, take a step back and see if you are doing everything you can to advance yourself and your career.

I use this book in a graduate class that I teach. It's a quick, light read.

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For those who view this book as somewhat repetitive and limiting, I would agree. Those interested in lots of stories where the concepts are applied will love it. Those who want the real meat - where the fundamentals of the value of EI are demonstrated and the real research presented - will have to supplement it with other of Goleman's works. The New One Minute Manager. Karen Dillon. Performing Under Pressure. Hendrie Weisinger. Collaborative Intelligence. Dawna Markova. The 5 Second Rule. Mel Robbins.

The Art of People. Dave Kerpen.

Joseph Grenny. Marshall Goldsmith. It Didn't Start with You. Mark Wolynn. Smarter Faster Better. Charles Duhigg. Robert Cialdini. Mindfulness at Work. Mahzarin R. Emotional Agility. Susan David. How to Be an Imperfectionist. Stephen Guise.

Amy Cuddy. The Innovators. Walter Isaacson. How to Have a Good Day. Caroline Webb. Ego Is the Enemy. Ryan Holiday. Harvard Business Review. Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life, 3rd Edition. Marshall B. Jamie Smart. The Achievement Habit.

Emotional Intelligence Books

Bernard Roth. John P. Never Split the Difference. Chris Voss. Raising An Emotionally Intelligent Child. Daniel Goleman. Jason Fried. Laura Vanderkam. Anders Ericsson.

How We Learn. Benedict Carey. Mini Habits. The Secret Lives of Introverts.

Jenn Granneman. Spark Joy. Marie Kondo. Our Iceberg Is Melting. Holger Rathgeber. Amy Morin.

Working With Emotional Intelligence

You Can't Lie to Me. Janine Driver.

Chip Heath. Getting to Yes with Yourself. William Ury. The Making of Behavioral Economics. Richard H. The Art of Thinking Clearly. Rolf Dobelli.

Angela Duckworth. Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Robert M. Just Listen.What matters most is not IQ, not a business school degree, not even technical know-how or years of expertise. Membership and points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program terms and conditions.

But here, suddenly, was a new way of thinking about the ingredients of life success. This strongly suggests that neuroplasticity, the shaping of the brain through repeated experience, plays a key role in the benefits from SEL. For instance, Johnson and Johnson another CREIO member found that in divisions around the world, those identified at mid career as having high leadership potential were far stronger in EI competencies than were their less-promising peers.

Unlike IQ, emotional intelligence can be developed; we can train ourselves out of bad habits and into good ones, we can heighten our emotional sensitivity to others, and we can expand on our own self-awareness.

Walter Isaacson. Goleman's groundbreaking international bestseller, Emotional Intelligence. The title should be at least 4 characters long.

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