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The Emotionally Intelligent Manager: How to Develop and Use the Four Key Emotional Skills of Leadership

  We have long been taught that emotions should be felt and expressed in carefully controlled ways, and then only in certain environments and at certain times. This is especially true when at work, particularly when managing others. It is considered terribly unprofessional to express emotion while on the job, and many of us believe that our biggest mistakes and regrets are due to our reactions at those times when our emotions get the better of us. David R. Caruso and Peter Salovey believe that this view of emotion is not correct. The emotion centers of the brain, they argue, are not relegated to a secondary place in our thinking and reasoning, but instead are an integral part of what it means to think, reason, and to be intelligent. In The Emotionally Intelligent Manager, they show that emotion is not just important, but absolutely necessary for us to make good decisions, take action to solve problems, cope with change, and succeed. The authors detail a practical four-part hierarchy of emotional skills: identifying emotions, using emotions to facilitate thinking, understanding emotions, and managing emotions—and show how we can measure, learn, and develop each skill and employ them in an integrated way to solve our most difficult work-related problems.


Becoming a Multiple Intelligences School

  In this invaluable book, Tom Hoerr relates a decade's worth of MI experiences at St. Louis's New City School. We learn about the staff's initial exposure to MI theory, the many activities (some more successful than others) that were undertaken by faculty and staff in teaching, curriculum, adult development, and assessment; the challenges that the leader faces in attempting to bring about significant and lasting change. Especially compelling are the continuing efforts to develop the personal intelligences during a period when issues of diversity, multiculturalism, and standards loom so large. Hoerr underscores the centrality of collegiality, the problems posed by transient students and faculty, the complimentary role played by public exhibitions and standardized test scores, the role of friends in determining the activities (and intelligences) favored by the children the delicate line between support and challenge that the leader must walk, the tension between excellence and perfection. I value the concrete examples, as well as the ties to important conceptual work, such as that undertaken by Roland Barth on collegiality, Peter Salovey on emotional intelligence, and Peter Senge on the learning organization. Achieving excellence has always been a process. Hoerr makes it abundantly clear that the effort to use MI ideas effectively must remain on the agenda. Still, I can testify that, over a 10-year period, clear, palpable, impressive progress can be made. We can improve schools significantly, but only if we take the long view and do not settle for patch work fixes. Thomas R. Hoerr is the director of the New City School in St. Louis, Missouri. Under Hoerr's leadership, the faculty began implementing the theory of multiple intelligences in 1988.


Emotional Intelligence For Dummies

  Take control of your emotions to achieve success in the workplace and happiness at homeBeing aware of and able to control your emotions is oneof the keys to success in life, both professionally and personally. This friendly guide will help you to understand your feelings and how you can manage them, instead ofhaving them control you. Through practical, proven techniques and helpful exercises, you'll discover how you can increase your confidence, build stronger relationships with your partner, family, and colleagues, and find authentic happiness.Manage your emotions — identify your feelings, determine whatbeliefs cause negative emotions, and stop self-destructive behaviorsDiscover the power of empathy — read other people's emotions through facial cues and body language and show them you understand their feelingsThrive at work — find a job that's right for you, overcome hassles and fears, and develop your leadership skillsBuild and sustain meaningful relationships — discover how to take your partner's emotional temperature and manage emotions to grow closerRaise an emotionally intelligent child — keep your cool with your child, coax shy children out of their shells, and get your child to be less aggressive and defiant'I suspect Emotional Intelligence For Dummies will motivate you to adopt a broader view of what it means to be smart, and you will find yourself further developing the emotional skills that allow you to lead a more satisfying life.'Peter Salovey, PhD, Professor of Psychology, Yale UniversityOpen the book and find:The science behind emotional intelligenceExercises to help you turn negative emotions positiveWays to diffuse tense situationsHow to improve your performance at workWhy emotionally intelligent workplaces are more productiveThe four keys to a lasting relationshipWhat battles are worth fighting — and when to keep quietHow to help your child become emotionally aware


Emotional Intelligence For Dummies

  Take control of your emotions to achieve success in the workplace and happiness at home Being aware of and able to control your emotions is oneof the keys to success in life, both professionally and personally. This friendly guide will help you to understand your feelings and how you can manage them, instead ofhaving them control you. Through practical, proven techniques and helpful exercises, you'll discover how you can increase your confidence, build stronger relationships with your partner, family, and colleagues, and find authentic happiness. Manage your emotions — identify your feelings, determine whatbeliefs cause negative emotions, and stop self-destructive behaviors Discover the power of empathy — read other people's emotions through facial cues and body language and show them you understand their feelings Thrive at work — find a job that's right for you, overcome hassles and fears, and develop your leadership skills Build and sustain meaningful relationships — discover how to take your partner's emotional temperature and manage emotions to grow closer Raise an emotionally intelligent child — keep your cool with your child, coax shy children out of their shells, and get your child to be less aggressive and defiant 'I suspect Emotional Intelligence For Dummies will motivate you to adopt a broader view of what it means to be smart, and you will find yourself further developing the emotional skills that allow you to lead a more satisfying life.' Peter Salovey, PhD, Professor of Psychology, Yale University Open the book and find: The science behind emotional intelligence Exercises to help you turn negative emotions positive Ways to diffuse tense situations How to improve your performance at work Why emotionally intelligent workplaces are more productive The four keys to a lasting relationship What battles are worth fighting — and when to keep quiet How to help your child become emotionally aware

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