Emotional Intelligence: Achieving Academic and Career Excellence, Issue 425

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Psychology - 171 pages
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Emphasizing that “success” factors are intentional habits developed through learning emotional skills and behaviors, this innovative volume invites readers to work their way step-by-step through 13 specific emotional intelligence skill lessons—using their own frames of reference to personalize and prioritize skill development. Using an engaging style interwoven with numerous visuals, it presents a research/education-based, practical approach to learning and using emotionally intelligent behavior to improve academic and career success.The Emotionally Intelligent Student. Understanding Your Emotional Mind. Building Quality from Within. Exploring and Developing Emotional Intelligence Achieving Academic and Career Excellence. Communication and Relationship Skills. Managing Strong Negative Emotions. Understanding and Appreciating Differences in Others. Personal Leadership. Motivating Yourself for Goal Achievement. Managing Time and Personal Change. Building Self Esteem. Positive Stress Management. Personal Excellence and Self-Renewal.For anyone interested in personal development.

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Contents

YOUR EMOTIONAL MIND
1
DEVELOPING AN EMOTIONALLY HEALTHY MIND
13
Learning Strategies
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Gary R. Lowe is professor and dean, School of Social Work and Criminal Justice Studies, East Carolina University.

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