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Executive EQ : emotional intelligence in leadership and organizations

Author: Robert K Cooper; Ayman Sawaf
Publisher: New York : Berkley Pub. Group, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book posits that executives with a strong EQ, or Emotional Quotient (as opposed to IQ) are those who make the best decisions, run the most dynamic businesses, and lead the most satisfying and successful lives. The author identifies four 'cornerstones' of emotional intelligence: emotional literacy, emotional fitness, emotional depth, and emotional alchemy. An EQ Map, designed to test and statistically measure  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert K Cooper; Ayman Sawaf
ISBN: 0399524045 9780399524042 0399142940 9780399142949
OCLC Number: 39034202
Notes: "A Perigee Book."
Description: xxxiv, 327 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The value of emotional intelligence --
In leadership and organization --
Prologue --
Introduction: The unconventional wisdom of emotional intelligence --
Emotional literacy. Emotional honesty --
Emotional energy --
Emotional feedback --
Practical intuition --
Emotional fitness. Authentic presence --
Trust radius --
Constructive discontent --
Resilience and renewal --
Emotional depth. Unique potential and purpose --
Commitment --
Applied integrity --
Influence without authority --
Emotional alchemy. Intuitive flow --
Reflective time-shifting --
Opportunity sensing --
Creating the future --
The EQ map.
Other Titles: Emotional intelligence in leadership and organizations
Responsibility: Robert K. Cooper and Ayman Sawaf.

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This book posits that executives with a strong EQ, or Emotional Quotient (as opposed to IQ) are those who make the best decisions, run the most dynamic businesses, and lead the most satisfying and successful lives. The author identifies four 'cornerstones' of emotional intelligence: emotional literacy, emotional fitness, emotional depth, and emotional alchemy. An EQ Map, designed to test and statistically measure emotional intelligence, is included.

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