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Daniel Goleman is the author of Emotional Intelligence, the national bestselling book based on his research which began at Harvard where he studied methods to intervene in stress arousal.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Robb Munson, Vice President of Health Plan Service and Administration for Kaiser Permanente, will be the featured guest on Leading with Emotional Intelligence on VoiceAmerica Business Network airing on March 16th at 1pm PDT.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Esther Orioli, CEO of Essi Systems, a management consultancy, will premiere her Internet talk radio show, Leading with Emotional Intelligence, on Wednesdays at 1pm PST on VoiceAmerica Business Network beginning on January 26. The weekly show features Ms.
A new study from the University of Haifa shows that within the private sector high levels of emotional intelligence empower positive attitudes towards the workplace and decrease negative behavior; however, the same effect was not found within the public sector.
Employees with a high level of emotional intelligence are more dedicated and satisfied at work, compared to other employees.
Health workers trained to take emotions more seriously may prevent depression among patients, a recent study at the University of Stavanger finds.
In an interview with Newsweekâ€™s Joan Raymond, British Researcher Adrian Furnham reveals that men are not necessarily more intelligent than their female counterparts; however they certainly believe that they are. Adrian Furnham is a professor of psychology at University College London who studies â€œperceived intelligenceâ€, or how smart people think they are.
The emotional intelligence of students indirectly contributes to academic success in information technology studies, preliminary results from a study led by Virginia Tech researchers show.
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