Becoming Emotionally Intelligent 2nd Edition

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Bloomsbury Academic, Mar 10, 2009 - Education - 232 pages
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This new edition brings one of Network's best-sellers, Becoming Emotionally Intelligent, up-to-date. Cath Corrie explains in a simple and practical way what emotional intelligence is and how it is an essential intelligence for people who work with people and who want to make a real difference in their communities. It will support you in your endeavours to:- change some of the roles you play and enable you to choose the ‘you' that you really want to be- make the kind of difference you always wanted to in your relationships with your friends, family and pupils- model the above and support children to develop this intelligence for themselves- change your behaviour patterns so that you can become an adult with ‘no buttons to press'.

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Emotional Intelligence
1
Internal and external environment
11
Understanding and managing behaviour
43
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About the author (2009)

Catherine Corrie has worked with children of all ages: as a playgroup leader for under-fives; as a teacher and senior manager in primary and middle schools; and as a youth worker with adolescents.

In addition to this experience and that gained as a mother and grandmother, her writing draws on her work in counselling, NLP and Personal Development Coaching and from the training she provides in Accelerated Learning, Anger Management and Emotional Intelligence.

She delivers a variety of training, both nationally and internationally, most recently in the USA and Dubai, under the umbrella title of 'Developing an Emotionally Intelligent School'.

She has brought the same enjoyment and enthusiasm that categorises her training to her writing.

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