La inteligencia emocional

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J. Vergara Editor, 2005 - 397 pages
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Drawing on groundbreaking brain and behavioral research, this book argues that a view of intelligence based on IQ is far too narrow, and instead makes the case for "emotional intelligence" being the strongest indicator of human success. Emotional intelligence is defined in terms of learned self-awareness, altruism, personal motivation, empathy, and the ability to love and be loved. People who possess high emotional intelligence succeed in careers and personal relationships. An outline of how parents, educators, and adults seeking self-improvement can cultivate emotional intelligence is included.
Un verdadero fenómeno editorial que revoluciona el concepto de inteligencia, la inteligencia emocional es la que nos permite tomar conciencia de nuestras emociones, comprender los sentimientos de los demás, tolerar las presiones y frustraciones que soportamos en el trabajo, incrementar nuestra capacidad de empatía y nuestras habilidades sociales, y aumentar nuestras posibilidades de desarrollo social. En esta revolucionaria obra ideas prácticas que resultarán útiles a todos los lectores, en especial padres y maestros, son presentadas. Las innovadoras estrategias que plantea ayudarán a erradicar la violencia y otros rasgos negativos que son la causa de muchos males que aquejan a nuestra familia y nuestra sociedad.

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en este libro daniel goleman nos expone porque la parte emocional es mas importante que la logica, asi como nos va sencibilizando para hacer de la empatia una mas de nuestras virtudes

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Daniel Goleman, Ph.D., covers the behavioral and brain sciences for The New York Times and was formerly senior editor at Psychology Today. He is the author of Destructive Emotions, Primal Leadership, Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child, Simple Truths, Vital Lies, and Working with Emotional Intelligence.

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