Having empathy is a high priority for many people because they recognize the importance of forming connections with others. Empathy is a key component of being emotionally intelligent, one of several capabilities that have been shown to be correlated with more success in the workplace and better relationships. Emotionally intelligent people are able to use the powers of human interconnectivity to affect change in all aspects of their life: from having more successful family and romantic relationships to becoming more resilient.
This audiobook will teach listeners how they can become a highly emotionally intelligent person by explaining all aspects of this powerful concept. Coined in the 1960s, emotional intelligence drew on knowledge about the power of empathy to define emotion in terms of a series of intelligence that can be learned and honed. Though some may be gifted with the powers of forming deep connections with others almost at will, you, too, can learn these powers by listening to this book.
You will learn how human beings have used emotional intelligence from their beginnings as a species to form complex social bonds. You will also learn how men and women through the ages have used emotional intelligence to become more resilient, weathering the storms that life throws in their way. The benefits of emotional intelligence have been well-studied, and listening to this book is the first step to infusing these empathic powers into your life.
You will learn :
What Is Emotional Intelligence?
The History of the Study of Emotional Intelligence and Different Models
Controversy Surrounding Emotional Intelligence
The Role of Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence and Resilience
Not Allowing Another’s Mental State to Impact Your Own
Societal Problems with Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence and Manipulation
Summarizing Emotional Intelligence
The Importance of Emotional Intelligence
Is It Possible That Emotional Intelligence Is Not Important?
The Benefits of Emotional Intelligence
The Emotional Intelligence and Conformity Debate
Recognizing Your Own Emotions as a Staging Ground
Self-Regulation Should Work in Concert with Recognizing Your Emotions
Activities That Can Improve Our Emotional State
The Skills of Empathy
Building Solid Relationships
Thirty Facts to Help You Be More Emotionally Intelligent
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