Executive EQ: Emotional Intelligence in Business

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Texere, 2000 - Emotional intelligence - 358 pages
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In recent years there has been a number of research studies and management reports showing connections between various competencies of emotional intelligence, and bottom-line business results. These include significant gains in revenue, productivity, innovation, teamwork and profitability. Cost savings, reduced cycle time, greater market share, and increased trust, loyalty and commitment from co-workers, employees, customers and clients are further proven benefits

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One of the very good books I have read and I possess as a part of my reference books I have used the EQ MAP Q & A from the book for productive use a] It has helped me to address my areas of concern ... Read full review

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User Review  - GaneshSrinivasan - LibraryThing

One of the very good books I have read and I possess as a part of my reference books I have used the EQ MAP Q & A from the book for productive use a] It has helped me to address my areas of concern ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Robert K. Cooper, Ph.D., is the top-rated speaker in the Wyncom "Lessons in Leadership" program that features such leading business authors as Tom Peters, Ken Blanchard, & Stephen Covey, & reaches thousands of professionals & executives in cities across the country. D. Cooper has spent more than twenty years researching leadership, innovation, & the elements of individual & organizational success. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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