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Fundamental frameworks for emotional intelligence and how to apply them every day. According to research by Daniel Goleman, emotional intelligence has proved to be twice as important as other competencies in determining outstanding leadership. It is now one of the crucial criteria in hiring and promotion processes, performance evaluations, and professional development c Fundamental frameworks for emotional intelligence and how to apply them every day. According to research by Daniel Goleman, emotional intelligence has proved to be twice as important as other competencies in determining outstanding leadership. It is now one of the crucial criteria in hiring and promotion processes, performance evaluations, and professional development courses. And it's not innate--it's a skill that all of us can improve.With this double volume you'll get HBR's 10 Must Reads on Emotional Intelligence and the HBR Guide to Emotional Intelligence. That's 10 definitive HBR articles on emotional intelligence by Goleman and other leaders in the field, curated by our editors--paired with smart, focused advice from HBR experts about how to implement those ideas in your daily work life.With Everyday Emotional Intelligence, you'll learn how to: Recognize your own EQ strengths and weaknesses Regulate your emotions in tough situations Manage difficult people Build the social awareness of your team Motivate yourself through ups and downs Write forceful emails people won't misinterpret Make better, less emotionally biased decisions Help an employee develop emotional intelligence Handle specific situations like crying at work and tense communications across different cultures


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Fundamental frameworks for emotional intelligence and how to apply them every day. According to research by Daniel Goleman, emotional intelligence has proved to be twice as important as other competencies in determining outstanding leadership. It is now one of the crucial criteria in hiring and promotion processes, performance evaluations, and professional development c Fundamental frameworks for emotional intelligence and how to apply them every day. According to research by Daniel Goleman, emotional intelligence has proved to be twice as important as other competencies in determining outstanding leadership. It is now one of the crucial criteria in hiring and promotion processes, performance evaluations, and professional development courses. And it's not innate--it's a skill that all of us can improve.With this double volume you'll get HBR's 10 Must Reads on Emotional Intelligence and the HBR Guide to Emotional Intelligence. That's 10 definitive HBR articles on emotional intelligence by Goleman and other leaders in the field, curated by our editors--paired with smart, focused advice from HBR experts about how to implement those ideas in your daily work life.With Everyday Emotional Intelligence, you'll learn how to: Recognize your own EQ strengths and weaknesses Regulate your emotions in tough situations Manage difficult people Build the social awareness of your team Motivate yourself through ups and downs Write forceful emails people won't misinterpret Make better, less emotionally biased decisions Help an employee develop emotional intelligence Handle specific situations like crying at work and tense communications across different cultures

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    Bonnie

    I feel enamored with Emotional Intelligence. It was originally an impulse purchase. My adult reading tastes have expanded into a wider range of non-fiction books. Leadership is a combination of intellectual and emotional skills. The book is a practical guide to increase people skills in the workforce. I personally learned about struggles associated with control and commitment. This is an opportunity to utilize the feedback and transform it. Emotional Intelligence reassured me and challenged me. I feel enamored with Emotional Intelligence. It was originally an impulse purchase. My adult reading tastes have expanded into a wider range of non-fiction books. Leadership is a combination of intellectual and emotional skills. The book is a practical guide to increase people skills in the workforce. I personally learned about struggles associated with control and commitment. This is an opportunity to utilize the feedback and transform it. Emotional Intelligence reassured me and challenged me. It was worth the read. I just counted 17 tabs for the new information. Clearly, I have much to learn.

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    BL

    This was a fascinating read. It was part of the required reading for my Engineering Management class. I learned a lot about myself and others while reading this. I think everyone that is in any kind of leadership position should be required to read this book!

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