Book: Emotional Intelligence at Work – Hendrie Weisinger

Title             : Emotional Intelligence at Work
Author        : Hendrie Weisinger
Genre          : Self-Improvement


Access an Untapped Source of Success
At long last, a book directed to the working world that acknowledges and demonstrates how managing our emotions and dealing with the feelings of others increases the bottom line. Practical, practical, practical!
–Rita McGlone, assistant director of executive education, The Wharton School of Business
Experts now acknowledge that emotional intelligence (EI) is perhaps the most crucial determinant of success in the workplace. And unlike IQ or other traditional measures of intelligence, EI can be developed and dramatically increased. This unprecedented book demonstrates how to master the core competencies of EI, abilities that include self-motivation, high self-awareness, mood management, and emotional mentoring. In addition, it includes scores of real-world examples and dozens of practical exercises that accelerate the process, along with step-by-step approaches to mastering a variety of EI techniques.
My Opinion:
This one of good book from the contains and also the advices. Sadly, not all the things inside the book able to apply in real life (at least my real life).
Still, I learned many things and I feel EI really important in real life. This book teach me how to manage and understanding the mood, feeling and also things related to emotions.


  1. Julie · June 14, 2015

    Hi Azurro

    I have a book strongly recommend you to read to. To understand your own temperament and others, it also help you how interact with one another.

    It has helped me numerous times when I struggled at work, school or come in contact with new people. The title of the book is “Temperament”. There is another one “Spirit-controlled temperament”.

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