The Other Kind of Smart: Simple Ways to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence for Greater Personal Effectiveness and Success
Emotional intelligence (EI) coach Harvey Deutschendorf has shown thousands of people how to relate emotional intelligence to everyday situations. Now, he’s combining his proven techniques with engaging principles of storytelling and fun exercises to show readers how they can apply the principles of EI on the job to achieve greater success. Filled with real-life profiles of people who faced emotional intelligence dilemmas and easy-to-implement solutions, Other Kind of Smart offers tools that will bring results in as little as five minutes a day and teaches readers how to: develop stress tolerance, cultivate empathy, increase flexibility with coworkers, boost assertiveness, and resolve problems successfully. The difference between those who become successful in life and those who struggle is their ability to exhibit and leverage strong people skills. Complete with an EI quiz that will help readers measure their level of emotional intelligence and EI growth, this invaluable guide enables all professionals to improve their relationships and increase their effectiveness at work in a practical, accessible way.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
ability able anger angry Anthony Robbins areas asked aware BarOn EQ-i become better boss Brad challenges Corrie coworkers Daniel Goleman deal decisions develop difficult emotional competencies emotional intelligence Emotional Intelligence Test empathy employees environment Eric example experience father fear feel felt Fiona flexible focus friends give goals happiness Herb Kelleher human idea important impulse control independent interviewing Jennifer Jody Laura lives look managed Mankind Project Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi MOHANDAS GANDHI Monica negative optimism optimistic organization ourselves people’s person positive problems realized Robert Sternberg Robin Sharma Ronald McDonald House score Seldom true self-actualization self-regard Shaun situation skills someone Sometimes true Southwest Airlines speak spend staff Story stress struggle success Susan talk Tanya tell things thought tion told Victor Frankl workplace York