Daniel Goleman, Annie Mckee, Susan David, Amy Gallo, Harvard Business Review
Emotional Intelligence: How emotions influence our work and personal lives
By reading this work you will have up-to-date and rigorous information about the emotional world, you will be able to contemplate situations with greater clarity, in a more honest and effective way, and help those around you to improve their abilities and their well-being.
More than two decades have passed since Daniel Goleman’s research showed that emotional intelligence is twice as important as other competencies in achieving well-being. Managing your emotions and relating well to others, explained Goleman, allows you to achieve greater degrees of influence and personal satisfaction. This type of intelligence is not an innate trait: it can be learned. Being more in tune with your emotions allows you to decide how to use those feelings more productively to make stronger decisions, move past negative feelings, control yourself in unstable situations, or understand others when they act in ways that surprise or irritate you.
This book offers a selection of the most important articles from the Harvard Business Review archive. All of them have been written by expert researchers in the field (psychologists, marketing specialists, professors of leadership and organizational change,…), among which the contribution of Daniel Goleman himself stands out.
Author: Daniel Goleman/Harvard Business Review
Daniel Goleman is a psychologist and a New York Times Brain and Behavioral Sciences writer since 1984. Has taught at Harvard, where he received his Ph.D., and has been an editor of Psychology Today magazine. He is currently the coordinator of the Emotional Literacy program, which depends on the Fester Institute and the Institute for the Advancement of Health, among other institutions.
Harvard Business Review is without a doubt the most influential reference in the publishing sector on issues of management and development of people and organizations. Researchers of international recognition and prestige participate in its publications, which means that its catalog includes a large number of works that have become best-sellers translated into multiple languages.
"One of the best books I've ever read on Emotional Intelligence." -GOODREADS
Topic: Personal Development
Title: Emotional Intelligence: How emotions influence our work and professional life.
Author: Daniel Goleman; Annie McKee; Susan David; Amy Gallo, Harvard Business Review.
Format: 14 x 21 cm
Number of pages:292
ISBN Paper: 978-84-17963-33-0
ISBN eBook: 978-84-291-9642-9