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Teach Yourself.

Author: Christine Wilding
Publisher: London : Hodder & Stoughton, 2013.
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Do you want to dramatically improve your performance at work, enjoy better relationships and communicate better with those around you?. Emotional Intelligence is the way we use our thoughts and feelings - our personality - to change our behaviour and create a positive influence on our surroundings, our friends and our colleagues. This book brings you the very latest research on Emotional Intelligence, and combines  Read more...
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Wilding, Christine.
Teach Yourself: Improve Your Emotional Intelligence - Communicate Better, Achieve More, Be Happier.
London : Hodder & Stoughton, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christine Wilding
ISBN: 9781444196047 1444196049
OCLC Number: 881888202
Notes: Learning to own your anger.
Description: 1 online resource (289 pages)
Contents: Cover; Book title; Contents; Introduction; Part one: Understanding emotional intelligence; 1 Emotional intelligence: a first look; What is emotional intelligence?; Wishing you had done things differently; Your journey towards emotional intelligence; Why haven't I heard of emotional intelligence before?; Our greater curiosity about the human mind; A brief history of emotional intelligence; How does emotional intelligence differ from IQ?; 2 The soft skills of emotional intelligence; Learning about 'soft skills'; Examples of soft skills to help you understand the concept. Do we want to measure emotional intelligence?Assessing your emotional intelligence competency levels; Can I really change my emotional intelligence?; 3 Why is emotional intelligence so important?; The advantages of emotional intelligence; How a lack of emotional intelligence is damaging; Learn how our brains are involved --
and how they can deceive us; Learning from childhood experiences; The brain as a memory store; Your two minds; Part two: Emotional intelligence and you: becoming personally competent; 4 Your core values --
how do you see yourself?; Getting to know yourself. The core values that equate to modern emotional intelligenceDeveloping your emotional self-awareness; Learning to manage your emotions; Self-awareness in relation to others; Be honest with yourself; Choosing your personal values; Self-esteem; 5 Thinking straight --
how managing your thoughts helps to manage your emotions; The power of positive thinking; Using relaxation; Using deep breathing; Using humour; Using cognitive challenging; Learning the skills for thought challenging; A suggestion to help you differentiate between thoughts and emotions. Understanding how your perceptions shape your thoughtsLearn to challenge negative thoughts; Understand your different thinking styles; A positive way forward; Are faulty beliefs holding you back?; Your 'rules for living'; Evidence finding: don't let your emotional brain blind you to the facts; Expanding your 'Thought record'; Making emotionally intelligent thinking your default; 6 Discovering and developing emotionally intelligent personal strengths; Increasing personal competencies; Integrity; How to develop responsibility; How to develop openness; Developing gratitude; Developing humility. Developing courageDeveloping motivation; 7 Developing resilience; Resilience; Some definitions of resilience; Understand what having good resilience can give you; Learning the characteristics of resilience; Learning how to manage your emotions by improving your resilience; Three sources of resilience; Understanding resiliency as a developing process; Learn the factors in resilience; 8 Using emotional intelligence to defeat anger, the strongest emotion of them all; When managing our emotions seems too hard; When is anger good?; Where anger comes from; The anger spiral; The 'should' rule.

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Do you want to dramatically improve your performance at work, enjoy better relationships and communicate better with those around you?. Emotional Intelligence is the way we use our thoughts and feelings - our personality - to change our behaviour and create a positive influence on our surroundings, our friends and our colleagues. This book brings you the very latest research on Emotional Intelligence, and combines it with insights from the fields of mindfulness, positive psychology and altruism, creating a holistic approach and a powerful tool for change. It presents practical strategies to he.

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