Maximize Your Emotional Intelligence
When people better understand themselves and others, they're able to do better work, they're happier doing it, and they're able to foster more winning outcomes in the workplace. As such, the emotionally intelligent person makes a superior customer service representative, deal-closer, team leader, team player and manager. The emotionally intelligent person handles stress more easily; makes decisions quickly and capably; is goal oriented; manages their emotions well; and can adapt to and manage change.
How is this achieved? With the easy-to-use self-assessment tool in this book, you can determine what your strengths and weaknesses are in terms of your emotional skills makeup. Simply go online to access the Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment (EISA) using the code in the book. Answer the questions and in minutes you will receive a report that will show you what your strengths and weaknesses are in the critical 5 Factors that comprise emotional intelligence.
Based on your scores in the 5 factors--1) Perceiving, 2) Managing, 3) Decision Making, 4) Achieving, and 5) Influencing-you'll be able to begin developing your strengths in appropriate core areas through the strategies and tips provided in the book.
Informative, entertaining and loaded with true stories of those who have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams and others who, while equally skilled have not met with success, EQ: Maximize Your Emotional Intelligence holds the promise of a more fulfilled, rewarding and fun life. Open this book and you will open the door on a new future.
Author: Steven J. Stein; Derek Mann
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