Resources To Learn More About Emotional Intelligence

By James V. D’Ambrosio

(This is the last in a series focusing on emotional intelligence)

Rounding out the discussion of the importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace, the following books can help nonprofit managers and decision-makers incorporate such practices into their daily work life. All received excellent reviews and are available from at modest prices.

“Emotional Intelligence: Why it Can Matter More Than IQ” by Daniel Goleman (2005, hardcover, 384 pages).
“Quick Emotional Intelligence Activities for Busy Managers: 50 Team Exercises That Get Results In Just 15 Minutes” by Adele B. Lynn (2007, paperback, 192 pages).
“Emotional Intelligence 2.0” by Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves (2009, hardcover, 192 pages).
“The Other Kind Of Smart: Simple Ways To Boost Your Emotional
Intelligence For Greater Personal Effectiveness and Success”  by Harvey Deutschendorf (2009, paperback, 224 pages).
“Coaching For Emotional Intelligence: The Secret to Developing the Star Potential In Your Employees” by Bob Wall (2006, hardcover, 240 pages).
“Leading With Emotional Intelligence: Hands-On Strategies for Building Confident and Collaborative Star Performers” by Reldan S. Nadler (2010, hardcover, 336 pages).
“The EQ Interview: Finding Employees with High Emotional Intelligence” by Adele B. Lynn (2008, paperback, 192 pages).
QUESTION TO READERS: Any other good books on emotional intelligence that you can recommend?

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