|Sparrow, Tim / Knight, Amanda|
Applied Emotional Intelligence
The Importance of Attitudes in Developing Emotional Intelligence
1. Auflage September 2006
2006. 330 Seiten, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-470-03273-2 - John Wiley & Sons
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In these rapidly changing times, leaders have to delve deeply into their own capabilities and resilience to do a good job and succeed. This book describes how taking a moment to think about how you are feeling and how you feel about what you are thinking can help you improve your performance and achieve better results. For the first time, personality and behavior have been successfully linked, through the creation of a robust and measurable framework, to higher levels of awareness and effective behavior. No other book has accomplished this.
This book is about developing emotionally intelligent attitudes and takes a 'big picture' look at Emotional Intelligence in general, considering the different schools of thought. It also discusses what is needed at the individual, team and leadership development levels, and explores what it means to be an EI practitioner.
Aus dem Inhalt
Part I HOW OUR ATTITUDES UNDERPIN OUR EI.
1 Why EI Now.
2 The IQ vs. EQ Debate.
3 So What Exactly is EI?
4 The Vital Importance of Attitude.
5 Optimising Personal Performance.
Part II DEVELOPING EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT ATTITUDES.
6 Measuring Our Personal EI.
7 King Regards.
8 Facilitating EI Development 1 - "Meeting".
9 Body Awareness.
10 Facilitating EI Development 2 - "Being with".
11 Managing the Self.
12 The Art of Relationship Management.
13 Knowing Oneself.
Part III APPLYING EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT ATTITUDES.
14 The Emotionally Intelligent Organisation.
15 EI in Leadership.
16 EI for Teams.
17 Assessing EI.
18 The EI Practitioner.
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