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Emotional Intelligence 2.0

Emotional Intelligence 2.0

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Drs. Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves have merged their expertise in workplace psychology to write “Emotional Intelligence 2.0.” This book provides strategies to increase social awareness and self-understanding in and outside of the office. The guide also comes with access to a complimentary online emotional intelligence, or EQ, test. You can gain a lot of insight into how and why you behave in specific ways through the analysis. Then, you can use that score to pick the best out of the 66 strategies for improving your EQ. However, you can learn something new and useful on just about every page, such as how the brain processes emotions before logic.


If you often find yourself in conflict with others, this book can open your eyes to the best ways to navigate these situations. It will also help you to see yourself in the ways that others see you. According to the authors, emotional intelligence is a skill, not a personality trait. As such, there is a lot that you can do to improve this ability. Some techniques readers learn to help increase their EQ include managing emotions and taking the time to reason before reacting to events. You will discover four specific skills based on your EQ score.


Taking the focus away from knowledge-based intelligence, the authors engage the readers through stories of people who used EQ to get through stressful situations. In fact, the pair reveals how having a high EQ can trump having a high IQ in social settings. Some areas in which the book shows that EQ makes a more significant impact include communication, decision making, and managing your time. In case you are skeptical, Drs. Bradberry and Greaves provide plenty of research and statistics to back up the claims and advice in these pages. Many readers have praised the book and its tools as easy to use and practical for their daily lives.

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