Emotional Intelligence at Work

  • ID: 2210885
  • Book
  • 248 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Experts now acknowledge that emotional intelligence (EI) is the major determinant of success in the workplace. And unlike IQ or other traditional measures of intelligence, EI can be developed and dramatically increased. In this unprecedented work, Dr. HAndrie Weisinger shares with the world what he has already shared with hundreds of Fortune 500 executives: the means to realize personal ambitions and optimize organizational effectiveness through the masterful management of emotions.
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Increasing Your Emotional Intelligence.

Developing High Self–Awareness.

Managing Your Emotions.

Motivating Yourself.

Using Your Emotional Intelligence in your Relations with Others.

Developing Effective Communication Skills.

Developing Interpersonal Expertise.

Helping Others Help Themselves.

Appendix: Developing Your Emotional Intelligence.
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"At long last, a book directed to the working world that acknowledges and demonstrates how managing our emotions and dealing with the feelings of others increases the bottom line. Practical, practical, practical!" (Rita McGlone, assistant director of executive education, The Wharton School of Business)

"Emotional Intelligence at Work is your antidote to job–related stress. It is healthy and nutritious for your mind and your body." (Dr. Art Ulene, The Today Show)

"This is the one book that translates the theory of emotional intelligence into an accessible, hands–on program everyone can use to advance their careers and improve their lives." (John Mayer, Ph.D., co–creator of the theory of emotional intelligence and associate professor of psychology, University of New Hampshire)

"Dr. Weisinger shows us how to use our emotional assets to maximize our intellectual assets. We can all use this book and we all know someone who can use it, too." (Allan Barnes, intellectual assets process leader, IBM Advanced Business Institute)

"Dr. Weisinger demonstrates how we all can use emotions as an opportunity. Deploy his techniques to increase satisfaction, performance and bottom–line results in your organization." (Debra–Lynn Terrill, director of executive education, Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA)

"This is a good read. It contains a great deal of common sense and includes a bibliography should the reader wish to follow up the subject." (Professional Manager, September 2000)

"Pleasingly free of psychological jargon, this is actually a pragmatic and well–written structured guide for managers (actually for people)."(Training, November 2000)

"...this is a book that I recommend.." (Long Range Planning, No.34 2001)
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