Review of Emotional Intelligence At Work

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Post by Manalee Ghadi »

I would definitely want to gift this book to my manager since he lacks the "emotional" intelligence :lol:
Thanks for the detailed review!
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Post by Isadora Petrovsky »

Most definitely. IQ only goes so far, person to person interactions in the work place are just as important.
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Post by Omark »

This is the thing I would like to do thank you for the skills review.
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I enjoyed your review!!
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Post by Sudhanshu Jaswal »

Emotional intelligence represents the capacity of man to take right decision at right time based on skills, knowledge, self regulation as well as empathy. Thanks for excellent review. EQ is as important as IQ not only in the businesses but also in Public Services. This book can be a good read for the new entrepreneurs, civil servants and students who are dreaming to achieve greater heights in future.
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Post by dylz-bookworm »

This one is a great read I heard about this book from one of my professors in business school. Since then I’ve been interested in how our minds work. It is true, EQ should be highlighted more the same with IQ in the business world. Balance is critical in our everyday work interactions, being aware of our limitations on emotion is one of the most important aspects that would steer our careers forward.
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Post by MoeBrown »

I've always felt that our EQ was just as important as IQ. I do agree that it would have been great if the author did include scientific findings to support his claims but it does sound like a good read nonetheless. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Gideonreads »

This is the book I will definitely read next, the review was perfect, it sounded like I was already reading the book.
Now its time to get the book and learn all those tips fast so that I can also apply it to my life.
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Post by Ellie Mitchell »

As emotions help to guide our everyday actions and decision making processes, this book sounds like a great read to help improve one's understanding of general emotional intelligence. I enjoyed your thorough review and intend to add this book to my bookshelf.
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Post by collinsogw555 »

This sounds like an interesting and gripping book. I think I might have to give this book a read as I am genuinely interested in how to use my emotion to work for me. Great review.
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Post by Medhansh Bhardwaj »

Emotional intelligence is often overlooked in most self-help books. This book strips out this particular niche and explains it in detail. I will read this amazing book at least twice.
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