Review of Emotional Intelligence At Work

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I really do believe in the importance of emotions and how EQ plays a significant role in our careers and personal lives. Based on the review, I'm sure this is something I'd enjoy reading.
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As an educator, IQ was previously one of the largest determiners of a student's future success. Over the last decade, schools have been working to help increase students' EQ as it is now seen as just as important. I have seen many students with very high IQs who struggle with relationships and challenges because their EQ is weak. I am wondering if this would be a good choice for an educator working to help their students and their EQ.
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Post by Tilie shilongo »

Emotional intelligence it's a good skill that everyone need to apply in their lives. It was a good review and i know it's going to be an enjoyable book to read. Thanks!
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Post by Millicent_2 »

Judging by your review, this book is a must-read! I really like the emphasis on how there are helpful ways to improve one's emotional quotient, especially since it is essential for one to advance successfully in the business world. I definitely need to check it out!
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Post by Stellarbear »

By reading the reviews I guess it's an amazing book which is worth of reading and time . Especially since it may improve the emotional intelligence at work
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Post by Black Jewel »

You need both to be successful in the work place, especially when you're in the management field. I believe that many in the higher positions lack substantial EQ, and so many good employees are lost, and so much is lost in the process.
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Post by BOOKNERD254 »

I agree that our EQ is just as important as IQ, if not more. This book seems really great for self development. I am looking forward to read it! Thank you for the well-written review.
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Post by Abdul Wahid 1 »

Good review , i like a lesson of balance and I think everyone must learn from it, definitely deserve a read
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Post by oluwalonimi29 »

IQ and EQ should be greatly talked about in our working place. This is a good book to read in this distress time.Wonderful review
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Post by Faith - Benny Any »

This is such an educative review. Emotional intelligence at work is very essential. Work environment consists of various individuals with different personalities and temperaments. Knowing how to manage people's character, attitude and emotional - outbursts makes work easier and reduces issues.
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Post by Omega_01 »

Emotional intelligence has been identified by several authors as a major ingredient for organizational growth and development above any form of incentives. Hence, I expect the author to empirically justify his views and thoughts more than just theoretical justification. Nice review.
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Post by Julia J 1 »

This Review has made me want to read this book, emotions are constant in our everyday lives and as someone who does not have much experience in the workforce I feel like this book will help me when I need it in the future.
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Post by IamJc_Bembo12 »

I always wanted to balance all of my Q personally. I think this book is worth reading to help me reinforce my Emotional Quotient. Thanks for this honest and explicit review!
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Post by Rohan More »

Intelligent people have a very better command if they have high IQ and EQ, with great efficiency in work.
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Post by Shreya Mishra 3 »

A workplace needs IQ and EQ both. Thanks for the great review.
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