Enhancing Emotional Intelligence

Enhancing Emotional Intelligence : Mindfulness-Based Strategies for Success & Happiness

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What is the skill set underlying happiness, success, and overall well-being? Research shows that emotional intelligence-which is defined as being skillful in monitoring and managing one's own and others' emotions, needs, and preferences-leads to benefits in a variety of life domains. Emotionally intelligent people tend to have satisfying relationships, manage stress well, and excel in work and goal achievement. Emotional intelligence predicts professional success more than IQ or experience. It is related to confidence, charisma, optimism, and resiliency. Fortunately, emotional intelligence can be learned. The aim of this workbook is to help individuals assess and build the skills of emotional intelligence. Readers will improve their ability to understand and manage emotions, change counterproductive thinking patterns, read others, build positive relationships, and resolve conflict more effectively. The workbook provides practical information and application exercises on how to build and apply these skills at work, at home, and in relationships. Activities include self-assessments, experiential exercises, mindfulness practices, meditation, and working with personal scenarios.show more

Product details

  • Paperback
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 13.97mm | 712.14g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • [Atascadero, CA, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507750455
  • 9781507750452
  • 1,608,042

About Dr Laura Delizonna

Laura Delizonna, PhD, specializes in the science of thriving. Her programs are practical, scalable, and science-based. She is a former researcher at Stanford School of Medicine, and is an instructor at Stanford University. Her courses in emotional intelligence and happiness are among the most popular courses in Stanford Continuing Studies. Participants call her trainings "life changing experiences." She is the co-author of Thrive: Self-Coaching for Happiness(R) & Success, Enhancing Emotional Intelligence, Thriving at Work, and a forthcoming book on Mindfulness. As an international professional speaker, Laura trains business leaders across the globe on how they and their organizations can thrive. Ted Anstedt is CEO of Merit, a consulting company based in Silicon Valley, California. Throughout his career, Ted has specialized in assisting Fortune 500 companies to achieve their strategic objectives more effectively through higher levels of employee engagement and through behavior change. He has authored and implemented dozens of programs on Change Management, Leadership, Coaching, Supervision, Service Excellence, Team Building, and Sales, and more recently on Emotional and Social intelligence and Customer Loyalty Skills. Ted's programs are currently being used in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Ted received his BA and MA at Stanford University and is currently the co-instructor of the popular Stanford Continuing Studies series of courses on Positive Psychology and its applications to individuals and organizations.show more

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