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Emotional Intelligence in Action: Training and Coaching Activities for Leaders and Managers

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"Emotional Intelligence in Action" shows how to tap the power of EI through forty-six exercises that can be used to build effective emotional skills and create real change. The workouts are designed to align with the four leading emotional intelligence measures—EQ-I or EQ-360, ECI 360, MSCEIT, and EQ Map, —or can be used independently or as part of a wider leadership and m ...more
ebook, 416 pages
Published February 23rd 2011 by Pfeiffer (first published August 19th 2005)
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I have become very interested in EI lately and I am trying to read as much as I can on this topic. Having read 6 books on EI already and having watched dozens of clips on EI on youtube, I still find this book highly valuable. In particular I enjoyed learning about:
a) the different systems to test EI
b) examples of EI skills from movies
c) practical examples and exercises to improve individual EI skills.
J. Schmidt
A good book on EI with plenty of exercises and inspiring questions. I only give it 4 stars as I noticed Marcia Hughes borrowed (too) many ideas from the book "The EQ Edge".
Matthew Batten
Very clear introduction to EI but too basic for anyone who already has a good understanding of the concepts. Training examples are all discussion based facilitation and are a bit samey. Still, a useful read.
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