4 edition of Personal strivings as a predictor of emotional intelligence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ferenc Margitics and Zsuzsa Pauwlik.|
|LC Classifications||BF576 .M275 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009042005|
He is the co-author of the No. 1 best-selling book Emotional Intelligence His latest is 7 Mistakes Leaders Make That Make Everyone Miserable. Apr 1, The most recent addition to theory within the emotional intelligence paradigm is the framework of emotional intelligence put forward by Goleman (b) in his book Working with Emotional Intelligence, and clarified in a later article (Goleman, ). This theory represents a framework of emotional intelligence that reflects how an individual's.
1. “Emotional Intelligence” by Daniel Goleman. It wouldn’t be right to start a list of books about Emotional Intelligence without referring to this book, the one that laid the foundations of a veritable revolution in the field of psychology, personal growth, leadership and education. Though Focus is the book by Daniel Goleman that first sparked my attention, Emotional Intelligence (or EQ) is actually far more popular. His masterpiece has sold over 5 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 40 languages. Goleman explains how two separate minds live in our brains, one rational and one emotional, and why the five key skills making up your emotional .
In this post, you’ll learn about 10 books which will be very beneficial for your personal improvement. These book recommendations for emotional intelligence will help you get started on your EQ education! 10 Books to Read for Learning Emotional Intelligence. Emotional intelligence is one of the highest impact skills to learn to grow as a person. The four-branch model of emotional intelligence describes four areas of capacities or skills that collectively describe many of areas of emotional intelligence (Mayer & Salovey, ). More specifically, this model defines emotional intelligence as involving the abilities to: • accurately perceive emotions in oneself and others.
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Additional info for Personal strivings as a predictor of emotional intelligence Sample text DIFFERENCES IN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ACCORDING TO LEVELS OF SPIRITUALITY The differences in terms of emotional intelligence between the test group scoring lowest in the Daily Spiritual Experiences Scale and its subscales (first quarter) and the group /5(19).
Goal self-integration was measured by asking 95 students to rate their reasons for adopting eight personal strivings. In addition, the trait emotional intelligence (EI) and emotional well-being of participants was measured, in order to determine the influence of goal self-integration and trait EI on each individual’s sense of well-being.
The results indicated that EI mood regulation and identified regulation were joint predictors of emotional well-being. This finding is intuitive, confirming that our emotional experience is influenced, in part, by our ability to regulate emotions and by establishing personal strivings that are congruent with core values or personal convictions.
Personal Strivings as a Predictor of Emotional Intelligence as dynamic characteristic features of the personalities may be in a close relationship with emotional intelligence. In this book the.
If you have heard of Emotional Intelligence, chances are you have heard of Emotional Intelligence – it is one of the most famous books on the topic. Lots of readers also consider the popular Emotional Intelligence to be one of the best books on Emotional Intelligence.
Authors Drs Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves are the co-founders of EQ assessment providers TalentSmart, so they. “Emotional intelligence is an organising framework for categorising abilities relating to understanding, managing and using feelings (P SALOVEY & J MAYER ) “Emotional Intelligence: long neglected core component of mental ability or faddish and confused idea massively commercialised” (A.
FURNHAM ) 1. Introduction. Book. Full-text available. Personal Strivings as a Predictor of Emotional Intelligence. Book. Jan ; Personal Strivings as a Predictor of Emotional Intelligence. Project. EQ is the #1 predictor of professional success & personal excellence; No doubt emotional intelligence is more rare than book smarts, but my experience says it is actually more important in the making of a leader.
You just can't ignore it." ~Jack Welch, Former Chairman of General Electric speaking to WSJ. I am the author of the best-selling book Emotional Intelligence and the cofounder of TalentSmart, a consultancy that serves more than 75% of Fortune. Emotional Intelligence. The concept of EI has roots in discussions that began as early as the late s, when researchers began describing a non-intellective intelligence sometimes described as “social intelligence.” 14 EI itself was first defined in the early s by Salvoy and Meyers as “a type of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one's own and others' emotions.
Emotional intelligence is the ability to sense, understand, and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions as a source of human energy, information, connection, and influence.
Emotional intelligence book reflects the person’s ability to control its emotions and use them for constructive, productive and peaceful purposes. It is somehow the foundation for good attributes that a great leader should possess to build strong and successful interpersonal relationships with.
According to nationally recognized relationship expert and executive coach Jeffrey Bernstein, emotional intelligence is a key predictor of children's ability to. Psychology of Hate by Carol T. Lockhardt,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Personal aspirations, as dynamic characteristic features of the personalities may be in a close relationship with emotional intelligence.
In this book the authors wish to show the structure of emotional intelligence among college students and they make an attempt to reveal the interrelations between personal aspirations and emotional intelligence. “Emotional intelligence is the innate potential to feel, use, communicate, recognize, remember, learn from, manage, understand and explain emotions.”() According to Byron Stock ()18, “Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to acquire and apply knowledge from your emotions and.
What Emotional Intelligence Is Not. Emotional intelligence is often claimed to be many things it is not: journalistic accounts of EI often have equated it to other personality traits.
Emotional. Emotional stability is the most important predictor of EI, accounting for % of the variance alone. Conscientiousness. Conscientious individuals. Emotional Intelligence Emotional intelligence (EI) is a relatively new construct com-pared with intelligence or personality, with the first academic article appearing in (Salovey & Mayer, ).
The concept was relatively unknown until it was popularized by science jour-nalist Daniel Goleman in his book Emotional Intelligence.