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The Handbook for Developing Emotional and Social Intelligence features a wealth of case studies, best practices, and proven tools that show how emotional and social intelligence can be harnessed to deliver improved individual, team, and organization effectiveness. Written for executive coaches, consultants, workplace learning, and human resource professionals, this book is designed for anyone who works with executives, managers, and teams to improve their effectiveness in relationships and productivity.
The book also includes proven strategies that can be used to help leaders and teams develop their emotional and social effectiveness.
In addition, the Handbook contains best practices and case studies of applications throughout the world of how emotional intelligence training and coaching programs have been used to rebuild effectiveness and team performance in every type of organization. The authors also demonstrate how the benefits of emotional and social intelligence reverberate in education from elementary school through MBA programs. The book includes testimonies from executives who have increased meaning, connection, and effectiveness in both the workplace and their personal lives.
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Praise for Handbook for Developing Emotional and Social Intelligence
"This handbook will be of great use for any practitioner involved in the development of emotional intelligence abilities and competencies, and is a must-read for those who want a state-of-the-art overview of the many applications of emotional intelligence theory."Daniel Goleman, author, Emotional Intelligence
"This volume represents a valuable contribution to the literature and is a must-read for anyone working in the field of emotional and social intelligence (ESI). It will become crystal clear to the reader that best practices in applying ESI begin with the practitioner, who should have a solid understanding of this important component of intelligence, assessment and human development as well as be an emotionally, socially, and morally intelligent role model." Reuven Bar-On, author, Bar-On EQ-i® and the person who coined the term "emotionaland social intelligence"
"This volume provides cutting-edge work from some of the leading thinkers and doers in the field. It will be a great resource for anyone who would like to know more about how to use emotional intelligence to build a better world." Cary Cherniss, co-author The Emotionally Intelligent Workplace
"A must-read, no matter what your profession. Leadership, especially in times of uncertainty and complexity, demands greater emotional awareness and rigorous practice. This book will make a difference in your leadership practices."Terrie Lupberger, CEO, Newfield Network
"This book provides the essentials necessary for understanding and developing emotional intelligence and provides established steps for the successful implementation of emotional intelligence into public sector leadership. It is pertinent and practical for current and future public leaders who want to establish efficacy and improve their ability to develop themselves and others. The book provides the tools for leaders at any level or sector of public service to help coach and mentor their associates and will help in improving their performance and effectiveness." Timothy Turner, SSA, FBI retired