Published March 6, 2002
by Audio Renaissance .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Aug 14, · Working With Emotional Intelligence takes the concepts from Daniel Goleman's bestseller, Emotional Intelligence, into the workplace. Business leaders and outstanding performers are not defined by their IQs or even their job skills, but by their "emotional intelligence": a set of competencies that distinguishes how people manage feelings, interact, and communicate/5(). Jan 28, · Working with Emotional Intelligence is a must read for anyone interested in maximizing their potential. The book sets down the guidelines for effective emotional competence training, and points the way for employers and employees alike to better themselves and their organizations in the face of these increasingly unstable times/5. The single most important factor in job performance and advancement is 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, and shows how they can be fostered. For leaders, emotional intelligence is almost 90 percent of what sets stars apart from the mediocre. Working with Emotional Intelligence is a must read for anyone interested in maximizing their potential. The book sets down the guidelines for effective emotional competence training, and points the Reviews: 1.
In other words, what matters is a different way of being smart. In my book Emotional Intelligence, my focus was primarily on education, though a short chapter dealt with implications for work and organizational life. What caught me by utter surprise--and delighted me--was the flood of interest from the business community. Being intelligent counts in the world of business, but the interpersonal smarts referred to as "emotional competencies" count even more. Goleman, who wrote the seminal book Emotional Intelligence, underscores his conclusion with numerous studies and anecdotes, showing that those who have "people skills" are likelier to succeed. Skills that help teams collaborate are increasingly important as coalition 9/10(). The book: “Working with Emotional Intelligence” delivers a clear cut message, arguing that emotional competence is the main factor influencing success in the professional life of any person or institution. The author, Daniel Goleman, compares the relative importance of emotional intelligence (EI) to. Nov 07, · Working with Emotional Intelligence is a masterpiece that answers many mysteries linked to organizational inefficiency, lacking ambition, etc. In such regards, we strongly recommend this book to all people in business – willing to prosper.
Editions for Working with Emotional Intelligence: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Paperback pub. In his business book, Working with Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman presents research and anecdotal evidence to argue that emotional intelligence is . Goleman’s second book EI book looks more specifically at how the Emotional Quotient (EQ) competencies discussed in Emotional Intelligence (above) can be applied within the sphere of work. Indeed, it is once again heavily focused on the professional realm and offers a lot for managers, leaders, and the collective organization – in many ways it is an extension of the first. Author: Daniel Goleman Outline prepared by: Megan Kennedy I read Working with Emotional Intelligence a few months ago in preparation for Module 1. I had a lot of time at that point and, as you’ll see, I took very thorough notes of each chapter. Feel free to .