The real secret to career success and what it takes to get ahead is EQ UNEQUALED is the client service professional's guide to getting ahead and achieving professional goals. You're smart and hard working, but guess what—so is everyone else. So how do you stand out? You need to distinguish yourself in order to get ahead, but simply being good at your job is not enough. Moving up is about soft skills, networking, client connections, emotional intelligence, and your personal reputation. This book is a frank and candid guide to what it really takes to succeed in the field, packed with insights, stories, and actionable tips based on the author's 40 years at Morgan Stanley. You'll learn how to lead, when to follow, and how to build the reputation you need to get ahead in a competitive field. This book shows you how to step up your relationships, strengthen your soft skills, and build your brand for success. Differentiate yourself and expand your career Build relationships through planning and preparation and deliver commercial results Lead effectively, increase productivity, and build a better work environment Build, enhance, and leverage your personal brand to support your own success Network effectively to find mentors and sponsors Realizing your career goals means being visible, having influence, and crafting a reputation as a valuable contributor while delivering outstanding results. UNEQUALED shows you how to adapt yourself, collaborate with colleagues, influence clients, and become an excellent boss.
This study explored the relationships between emotional intelligence, career decision making difficulties, and student retention. The participants included freshmen students in a private Midwestern university. The study compared the scores on an assessment of emotional intelligence, the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i), with the scores on the Career Decision Making Difficulties Questionnaire (CDDQ). The subjects were also asked to report their intention to return for a second year of studies. A relationship was found between overall emotional intelligence, intrapersonal skills, stress management, and student retention.
The person who remains resilient in the face of life’s inevitable challenges, who can establish a lasting intimate romantic connection with another individual, and who can achieve a high level of occupational value, is thought to be well on the way to living a meaningful, satisfying and ultimately successful life. Illustrated through a series of three empirical psychological studies, this book explores the means by which emotional intelligence contributes through its constituent elements to these three highly desirable life outcomes.
From the author of the bestselling Mindfulness: Be Mindful. Live in the Moment. Emotional Intelligence is fast becoming the skill to master that will unlock your true potential. You ve probably noticed that it s not the smartest people that
From the author of the bestselling Mindfulness: Be Mindful. Live in the Moment. Emotional Intelligence is fast becoming the skill to master that will unlock your true potential. You’ve probably noticed that it’s not the smartest people that are the most successful or the most fulfilled in life; being clever, talented or skilled is not enough. It’s your ability to manage your feelings, other people and your interactions with them that makes the difference. We’re all born with this ability – emotional intelligence is a skill and we all have the capacity to develop this skill. This book will show you how. It will change the way you think about emotions. Instead of thinking of emotions as being positive or negative, you will learn that all emotions have a positive intent – all emotions have our best interests in mind. Improve your emotional intelligence and you improve your ability to understand and manage emotions. You can think clearly and creatively, manage stress and challenges, communicate well with others and display trust, empathy and confidence. You will be in a better position to handle situations, events and other people that in the past you’ve found difficult or stressful. Emotional Intelligence will show you how to heighten your EQ and improve your personal and work life, including how to • be more assertive and confident • express how you feel, what you want and don’t want. • understand what others are feeling and forge stronger relationships • manage office politics and navigate the social complexities of the workplace • manage anxiety, anger and disappointment • deal with bullying • motivate and inspire others
A practical «how-to» guide to changing the way you think about your emotions Bestselling personal development author Gill Hasson is back with this pocket sized guide to dealing with your emotions. Learn how to understand yourself and those around you with practical tips and tricks that will help you be more assertive, forge stronger relationships and manage anxiety. Did you know that the way you approach your own thoughts and feelings determines your happiness and success in every area of your life? Just think about it for a second, it's not necessarily the smartest people that are the most successful or the most fulfilled in life, being clever or highly skilled isn't enough. Your ability to manage your feelings, other people and your interactions with them are what makes all the difference. This highly practical book is full of advice, tips and techniques to help you: Understand and manage your emotions Become more assertive and confident Develop your social skills and your interactions with others Handle difficult situations, events and other people The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook is your practical «how-to» guide for understanding yourself and those around you.
Emotional intelligence (EI) is considered an important element in a broad spectrum of skills and enables employees to create value for their organizations and themselves. Researches indicate that emotional intelligence is associated with successful performance outcomes in a range of domains including academia, business, professional and personal lives. This book sets out to explore the relevance, application, scope and influence of Emotional Intelligence on employees’ emotional adjustment at workplace in Indian IT organizations. The book is divided into seven chapters. Chapter one discusses concept of emotional intelligence, Chapter two elaborates IT industry in India, Chapter three reviews the literature present on Emotional Intelligence, Chapter four is devoted to the research objectives and research design, Chapter five deals with detailed analysis of the study. Chapter six includes an overview of results of various statistical tests and Chapter seven presents recommendations, scope for the future work and limitations of the study.
The focus of this study was to investigate the relationship among a set of variables that might influence students’ level of achievement in English. Of primary interest was the influence of emotional intelligence. Other variables included: (a) family encouragement for learning English, (b) study habits, (c) levels of engagement, and (d) attitudes toward studying English. Relationships among variables were included in a model that was developed through a review of the literature. Structural Equation Modelling was the primary method used to analyse data, with AMOS selected as the programme to test the model. Results suggest that emotional intelligence has a direct effect on students’ achievement in English. In addition, they suggest that emotional intelligence affects achievement in English indirectly, through family encouragement, study habits, and levels of engagement. This study provides a useful contribution to the understanding of emotional intelligence. It encourage policy makers, classroom practitioners, and families to remember that emotional intelligence should be promoted for students to benefit fully from learning opportunity offered at school, and within the home.
How to execute win-win negotiations every time, in business and in life Negotiating Success provides expert guidance on how to improve strategies and outcomes in negotiating anything in professional and personal life. With a constant focus on the mind, body, and spirit of the professional negotiator, this easy-to- ready text brings a holistic approach to the hard and soft skills needed for ethical negotiations. The result is a better understanding of how to negotiate successfully for mutual benefit by all parties. Offers tips and tools, such as how to use positive psychology to unite your team, emotional intelligence for successful negotiation, and how to minimize conflict Spells out the six principles of ethical influence Written by Jim Hornickel, the founder of Bold New Directions, a transformational learning organization that provides training, coaching, retreats, and keynotes across the world, specializing in negotiation, leadership, communication, presentation, and corporate training Negotiating Success delivers an unparalleled blend of practical and explicit steps to take to achieve win-win negotiations, every time.
The most popular topics in psychology over the past two decades has been emotional intelligence (EI). Interest in the topic was initially fuelled by evidence suggesting that cognitive ability by itself is not sufficient for success. Researchers in the field of EI have been spurred by attempts to go beyond cognitive ability to explain behavior.This book is good for student in university in all degree and teacher, management,researcher,and all of people to interested of positive psychology. Instructors must recognize the importance of creating an effective learning environment that supports these constructs to enhance student learning, in order to increase students’ ability to transfer learning to successful life performance. This study will provide empirical support for EI.
Solid business intelligence guidance uniquely designed for healthcare organizations Increasing regulatory pressures on healthcare organizations have created a national conversation on data, reporting and analytics in healthcare. Behind the scenes, business intelligence (BI) and data warehousing (DW) capabilities are key drivers that empower these functions. Healthcare Business Intelligence is designed as a guidebook for healthcare organizations dipping their toes into the areas of business intelligence and data warehousing. This volume is essential in how a BI capability can ease the increasing regulatory reporting pressures on all healthcare organizations. Explores the five tenets of healthcare business intelligence Offers tips for creating a BI team Identifies what healthcare organizations should focus on first Shows you how to gain support for your BI program Provides tools and techniques that will jump start your BI Program Explains how to market and maintain your BI Program The risk associated with doing BI/DW wrong is high, and failures are well documented. Healthcare Business Intelligence helps you get it right, with expert guidance on getting your BI program started and successfully keep it going.
A roadmap to success for tomorrow's leaders The EQ Leader provides an evidence-based model for exceptional leadership, and a four-pillar roadmap for real-world practice. Data collected from thousands of the world's best leaders—and their subordinates—reveals the keys to success: authenticity, coaching, insight, and innovation. By incorporating these methods into their everyday workflow, these leaders have propelled their teams to heights great enough to highlight the divide between successful and not-so-successful leadership. This book shows you how to put these key factors to work in your own practice, with clear examples and concrete steps for improving skills and competencies. New data from the author's own research into executive functioning describes the neurological aspects of leadership, and a deep look at the leaders of tomorrow delves into the fundamental differences that set them apart—and fuel their achievement. Leadership is changing, both in look and practice; strictly authoritative approaches are quickly losing ground as today's workers discover the power of collaboration and the importance of interpersonal awareness. This book provides step-by-step guidance for leading from within this space, with evidence-based approaches for success. Lead authentically to inspire and motivate others Support employee's needs and nurture development Communicate with purpose, meaning, and vision Foster ingenuity, imagination, and autonomous thinking An organization's success rests on the backs of its leadership. At all levels, true leadership is about much more than management and task distribution—it's about commitment, collaboration, nurturing talent, developing skills, fostering relationships, and so much more. The EQ Leader integrates the essential factors of successful leadership into a concrete blueprint for the future's leaders.
This book proposes to explain and educate families on emotional intelligence among children. It hopes to contribute to scientific knowledge on childhood emotional intelligence. It also provides information aimed at fostering change in children’s social adjustment and based on relevant research, emotional intelligent is associated with job and academic achievements, successful marriage, life satisfaction. Furthermore, the book is valuable for how those are in dealing with children and adolescents. The benefit from the book may be useful to policymakers and psychologists (especially children and adolescent development psychologists), consultants, family psychotherapists, teachers, parents and so on for a good decision making and a better understanding of children so as to assist them in developing their pro-social performance. These people, knowing about family ecological factors and emotional intelligence and their relation in helping children and preventing from emotional problems and negative personal characters like alexithymia, can operate better, especially considering the fact that emotional intelligence follows learning.
This study has been divided into two stages. The first stage was developing a validated measure of Islamic respect in leadership. In this stage, focus group sessions were conducted to generate the items for Islamic respect. Those items generated from the focus group sessions were further used in instrument development in an online survey questionnaire for scale reduction and validation. The second stage of this study used a cross-sectional design and measures collected through the use of a questionnaire. The participants were 203 matched leader-subordinate dyad in a Malaysian Islamic Insurance company. The results showed that the combination of both leader and follower emotional intelligence moderated the relationship between Islamic leader-member exchange and a number of important work related outcomes. The results suggest that emotional intelligence can help leaders and subordinates to facilitate stronger identification and emotional attachments with each other.
The study is a systematic approach to identify specific emotional intelligence competencies distinctive of exemplary law enforcement (LE) leaders and provides empirical understanding of leadership characteristics of LE. There were several significant positive and negative correlations between law enforcement leaders and the various emotional intelligence competencies including: region, gender, education, number of employees in an agency, number of employees indirectly supervised, and the duration spent in current positions. The study found the composite scale of General Mood and a cluster of emotional intelligence sub-scale competencies, consisting of social responsibility, problem solving, self-actualization, and interpersonal relationship as significant predictors identifying emotional intelligence competencies differentiating star performers. The implications of the present research are that emotional intelligence competencies could be used as a benchmark for succession planning in the development of future leaders. The present research demonstrates the need for law enforcement executives to demonstrate essential emotional intelligence competencies in a stressful occupation.