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Using Your Emotional Intelligence to Develop Others

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 1-14
  3. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 15-20
  4. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 21-29
  5. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 31-43
  6. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 45-58
  7. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 59-66
  8. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 67-75
  9. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 77-90
  10. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 91-99
  11. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 101-108
  12. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 109-110
  13. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 111-113
  14. Sheri Caldwell, Linda Gravett
    Pages 115-121
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 123-175

About this book

Introduction

A practical book detailing how to implement EI (emotional intelligence) techniques for human resource professionals and trainers developing managers and leaders.

Keywords

assessment development emotional intelligence leadership management

About the authors

Author Linda S. Gravett: Linda S. Gravett is Founder and Senior Partner at Gravett and Associates, and President and CEO of Just the Basics, Inc.

Bibliographic information

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Reviews

'This book is a must read whether you are a top executive, middle manager, front line supervisor, or business trainer if your success is contingent upon working with others. EI is a critical component in any successful working relationship and authors Sheri Caldwell and Linda Gravett provide a framework, practices and exercises that will help you get better results with and through people.' Clinton O. Longenecker, Stranahan Professor of Leadership and Organizational Excellence, The University of Toledo and author of Two Minute Drill: Lessons on Rapid Organizational Improvement from America's Greatest Game

'To be successful, you need to have emotional intelligence. Plain and simple. This book is a must-read for anyone wanting an entirely new way to better understand how to use one's emotions in the workplace and how to manage them in others. The authors have a unique approach and provide useful tools to help you not only assess, but to also learn and apply these important skills in order to be more effective both personally and professionally in the twenty-first century.' Sherry Gibson, Vice President, Fifth Third Bank

'This book has practical application for everyone from the mailroom clerk to the CEO. This is an innovative, practical approach to deal with these vastly under-emphasized skills. Mergers and integration activities may be the most difficult 'emotional' tests due to the competitive nature of the process. I have personally witnessed up close and personal many talented employees who would have benefited tremendously by maning their emotional intelligence more effectively. This is a very important subject any time but particularly now as the face of business is changing during these challenging economic times.' Roger P. Henry, CEO, Staples Promotional Products, Overland Park, Kansas.