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An EI-Based Theory of Performance Chapter three From the book The Emotionally Intelligent Workplace  
Bringing Emotional Intelligence to the Workplace Current interest in "emotional intelligence" has raised the question of whether it is possible to improve the social and emotional competence of adult workers. This report presents 22 guidelines for developing emotional intelligence in organizations, based on the best knowledge available on how to promote social and emotional learning.  
Clustering Competence in Emotional Intelligence: Insights form the Emotional Competence Inventory. Pdf-file  
Definitions A literature review on EI definitions  
Developing Emotional Intelligence In this paper, a model is presented of individual change based on years of research on development of the characteristics now called emotional intelligence. This evidence offers hope that emotional intelligence competencies can be developed. pdf. 2000  
Do Programs Designed to Increase Emotional Intelligende at Work - Work? The present research will attempt to provide some evidence for the effectiveness of an emotional intelligence training program; specifically, whether participants' scores on a measure of EI improve after exposure to a program designed to increase emotional intelligence at work.  
EI Tests Discussion of serious tests which are being promoted as measuring EI  
Emotional intelligence: popular or scientific psychology? Emotional intelligence is a product of two worlds. One is the popular culture world of best-selling books, daily newspapers and magazines. The other is the world of scientific journals, book chapters and peer review.   
Emotional intelligence: Testing, measurement and analysis The emergence of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as a key factor in corporate recruitment has led psychologists, researchers and educationalists to reevaluate their traditional views of intelligence and to explore ways of testing and measuring EI dimensions. This article aims to consider the areas and dimensions that comprise the EI concept and presents a new model, the Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire (EIQu).  
Emotional Literacy Intelligence with a Heart. Online Book by Claude Steiner. Book One: Emotional Literacy, Book Two: Emotional Literacy Training, Book Three: Emotional Literacy in the Real World TOP
Emotional Smarts If you think the term "emotional intelligence" (EI) is an oxymoron, think again. Studies show that when the impact of IQ on job performance levels off, the power of EI kicks in. Healthy emotions make you a better manager in terms of team building, decision-making, hiring and training.  
EQ For Everybody Full text online version of the book by Steve Hein  
Executives' Emotional Intelligence Self (Mis)Perceptions The present research will explore the relationship between self-other discrepancy and job level with a measure of emotional intelligence. It is hypothesized that self-other discrepancy scores will be higher for those individuals who have higher level jobs  
Habits of High EQ-People, Developing your EQ - Summaries and Suggestions    
Introduction    
Leadership Skills & Emotional Intelligence The authors of this study learned that key leadership skills and perspectives are related to aspects of emotional intelligence and the absence of emotional intelligence was related to career derailment. pdf  
Measures for Various Aspects of Emotional Intelligence Emotional Empathy and Affiliative Tendency, Achieving Tendency & Disciplined Goal Orientation, Emotional Thinking, Relaxed Temperament, PAD Temperament Model, Overview of Measures  
Paradigm Building Emotional Intelligence: Issues in Paradigm Building. From the book The Emotionally Intelligent Workplace  
Securing Organizational Support Guidelines for Securing Organizational Support For Emotional Intelligence Efforts  
Technical Manual The Emotional Competence Inventory. A great guide that is based on a vary of literature and research. Pdf-file TOP
The tyranny of toxic managers: An emotional intelligence approach to dealing with difficult personalities Knowing how to deal with people who are rigid, aggressive, self-centered or exhibit other types of dysfunctional behaviour can improve your own health and that of others in the workplace. This author describes the mechanisms for coping. Pdf-file 554 KB  
Why emotional intelligence matters right now An emotionally intelligent workforce can help organisations meet many of their current challenges. But emotional intelligence (EI) is a tool that is often under-used and widely misunderstood within the corporate environment.  new
Why Emotional Intelligence Needs a Fluid Component There is something intuitively appealing and “right” about the idea of emotional intelligence (EI), but what is that something?   

 

 
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Emotional Dynamism: Playing the Music of Leadership
A new framework for leveraging the power of emotions.

Terri Egan, PhD, and Ann E. Feyerherm, PhD
Once thought of as something to be managed, controlled, or avoided in pursuit of rational management, we now understand that emotions play a vital role in many facets of leadership. New discoveries in neuroscience, medicine, and psychology underscore the notion that emotions are the pathway to more effective decision-making, stronger interpersonal relationships, resilience in the face of stress, and enhanced creativity. This article introduces the idea of Emotional Dynamism—a new framework for understanding how a leader can leverage the power of emotions. We also include questions for assessing Emotional Dynamism and recommendations for self development.

Literature

Emotional Intelligence: 10th Anniversary Edition; Why It Can Matter More Than IQ
by Daniel Goleman
Through vivid examples, Goleman delineates the five crucial skills of emotional intelligence, and shows how they determine our success in relationships, work, and even our physical well-being. What emerges is an entirely new way to talk about being smart.

The Emotional Intelligence Quick Book
by Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves
The authors outline techniques anyone can use to achieve goals in an easier and more fulfilling way, improve relationships, enhance health, and become more accomplished in the work force. Starting with a discussion on what emotional intelligence (EQ, for short) is and how it impacts our lives, Bardberry and Greaves then provide readers with instructions for determining their own EQ via the book’s companion Web site (the passcode for doing so can be found on the inside of the book’s dust jacket). They also provide a variety of ways readers can increase their EQ and put it to use in their personal and professional lives.

Primal Leadership: Realizing the Power of Emotional Intelligence
by Daniel Goleman, Annie McKee, Richard E. Boyatzis
The authors identify a proven process through which leaders can learn to:
· Assess, develop, and sustain personal EI competencies over time
· Inspire and motivate people
· Cultivate resonant leadership throughout teams and organizations
· Leverage resonance to increase bottom-line performance

The Handbook of Emotional Intelligence : Theory, Development, Assessment, and Application at Home, School and in the Workplace 
by Reuven Bar-On (Editor), James D. A. Parker (Editor), Daniel Goleman (Foreword)
Interdisciplinary handbook brings together various schools of thought and ways of approaching aspects such as alexithymia, personal intelligence, practical intelligence, and related disciplines. Emphasizes empirical methodology, developmental studies, behavioral observations, and psychometrics. For researchers and practitioners.

Promoting Emotional Intelligence in Organizations
by Cary Cherniss, Mitcel Adler, Mitchel Adler
In this fascinating book, based on brain and behavioral research, Daniel Goleman argues that our IQ-idolizing view of intelligence is far too narrow. Instead, Goleman makes the case for "emotional intelligence" being the strongest indicator of human success. He defines emotional intelligence in terms of self-awareness, altruism, personal motivation, empathy, and the ability to love and be loved by friends, partners, and family members. People who possess high emotional intelligence are the people who truly succeed in work as well as play, building flourishing careers and lasting, meaningful relationships. Because emotional intelligence isn't fixed at birth, Goleman outlines how adults as well as parents of young children can sow the seeds.

 

     

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