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A manager's guide to emotional intelligence-from one of the founders in the field
Based on solid research and science but written in an easy-to-understand, accessible style, here is a practical guide to understanding, developing, and applying emotional intelligence in the workplace. Written by two psychologists-one of whom, Peter Salovey-is credited by Daniel Goleman with laying the scientific foundation for the emotional intelligence theory model. The Emotionally Intelligent Manager is a hands-on resource for anyone who works with others, from top management on down. Includes an Emotional Style Assessment.
David R. Caruso (New Haven, CT) is a Research Affiliate at Yale University and a management psychologist. He consults with individuals and companies on career, management, and organization development issues. Peter Salvoney (New Haven, CT), Dean of Yale's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, is credited by Daniel Goleman with cofounding (along with John Mayer) the field of Emotional Intelligence. He is the Founding Editor of the Review of General Psychology and Associate Editor of the APA journal Emotion.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Leadership Psychological aspects, Management Psychological aspects, Emotional intelligence, Executive ability