50 Activities for Developing Emotional Intelligence

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Human Resource Development, Jan 1, 2000 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 300 pages
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A collection of reproducible activities perfect for skill-building on self-awareness, emotional control, empathy, social expertness, personal influence, mastery of vision and more. Emotional Intelligence explains why, despite equal intellectual capacity, training, or experience, some people excel while others of the same caliber do not do as well.
 

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