Product Description Amazon.com Review This abridged audio version sharply narrated by the author focuses on Goleman's theories of emotional intelligence in the workplace a standard that measures how well people manage feelings interact and communicate. In educational but accessible tones Dr. Goleman explains the need for emotional intelligence in employees the issues that arise when such skills are lacking and practical guidance on how to achieve these skills. Goleman's use of real-life examples highlights the important lessons learned from business-world successes and failures. The humorous anecdotes also keep the listener entertained while he presents somewhat esoteric but insightful and interesting ideas which ultimately increase the potential to succeed and lead others. (Running time: three hours two cassettes) --Cate Bick About the Author Daniel Goleman Ph.D. is CEO of Emotional Intelligence Services in Sudbury Massachusetts. He covered the behavioral and brain sciences for the New York Times for twelve years. He has taught at Harvard where he received his doctorate in psychology and is a consultant who addresses groups and businesses around the world. Emotional Intelligence his fifth book has been translated into twenty-five languages and has been a number one bestseller everywhere from the U.S. to Brazil Japan to England. In addition to Emotional Intelligence his previous books include Vital Lies Simple Truths The Creative Spirit and The Meditative Mind.
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