Everybody wants to have a successful career, but only a few have what it takes to succeed in their career. This book contains the analysis of five skill sets that determines who is fired and who is hired in the big corporates.
Summary of the Book
We are not taught the secrets of success when we are in school. It is not the IQ, business school degree or even the years of experience that matter here. Emotional Intelligence is said to be the most important factor in job performance and the key to advancement for success. Almost 90 percent of what sets us apart from others is emotional intelligence, and all it takes to acquire this are a set of skills that are explained in this guide by Daniel Goleman. Emotional Intelligence is essential for anyone who wants to climb up and stay on top. With this book, readers will know how emotional competence can be learned. The author has also provided readers with guidelines for the purpose of training in the ?emotionally intelligent organization?. The book will proves useful to anyone who looks forward to success in an organization or in their business.
About Daniel Goleman
Daniel Jay Goleman is an author, psychologist and science journalist. He wrote for The New York Times for twelve years, specializing in psychology and brain sciences. He has authored more than ten books on psychology, education, science, ecological crisis and leadership. He was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize twice in his career.