Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook

The book takes readers through each of the fivesteps to attaining EI and describes how organisations .

Author: Margaret Chapman

Publisher: Pocketbooks

ISBN: 1906610428

Category: Emotional intelligence

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In the Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook - now in its secondedition - author Margaret Chapman, coaching psychologist andcoach-supervisor, demystifies a complex subject thathitherto has only been covered by academic, heavyweightliterature. The book takes readers through each of the fivesteps to attaining EI and describes how organisations ......
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Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook

A practical "how-to" guide to changing the way you think about your emotions Bestselling personal development author Gill Hasson is back with this pocket sized guide to dealing with your emotions.

Author: Gill Hasson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780857087300

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 128

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A practical "how-to" guide to changing the way you think about your emotions Bestselling personal development author Gill Hasson is back with this pocket sized guide to dealing with your emotions. Learn how to understand yourself and those around you with practical tips and tricks that will help you be more assertive, forge stronger relationships and manage anxiety. Did you know that the way you approach your own thoughts and feelings determines your happiness and success in every area of your life? Just think about it for a second, it's not necessarily the smartest people that are the most successful or the most fulfilled in life, being clever or highly skilled isn't enough. Your ability to manage your feelings, other people and your interactions with them are what makes all the difference. This highly practical book is full of advice, tips and techniques to help you: Understand and manage your emotions Become more assertive and confident Develop your social skills and your interactions with others Handle difficult situations, events and other people The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook is your practical "how-to" guide for understanding yourself and those around you.
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Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook

The book is broken down into clear sections, firstly identifying EI, then advising how to develop your own EI, complete with informative teachings on how to achieve this. Who would benefit from reading this book?

Author: Margaret Chapman

Publisher: Management Pocketbooks

ISBN: 9781908284105

Category: Self-Help

Page: 112

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"Easy on the eye with humorous illustrations, this little book teaches us about ourselves and the huge role our emotions play. It is a great size for dipping in and out of, hitting the spot on every scenario. The book is broken down into clear sections, firstly identifying EI, then advising how to develop your own EI, complete with informative teachings on how to achieve this. Who would benefit from reading this book? A shorter list would be who wouldn't, as it is for managers, team leaders and team players alike. Many of the scenarios can even be adapted to life outside the work place as it is all about developing your personality. Without giving too much away, this little book teaches you how to turn negatives into positives and how to get the best out of ourselves and others. It can grow self-esteem and confidence in yourself and those around you." "Margaret Chapman has packed a great deal of wisdom into this small package. Unusually, she tells us not only what Emotional Intelligence is but also how it can be practically developed. Read this book, put some of its ideas into practice, and that could change your life." Michael Chaskalson, CEO, Mindfulness Works Ltd. "Insightful - outlines how to develop the skills that will ensure you can influence outcomes and get more of what you want, while bringing others with you." Gladeana McMahon, Chair, Association for Coaching UK.
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The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook

This book defines emotional intelligence (Ei) and explains why it is important.

Author: Margaret Chapman

Publisher: Pocketbooks

ISBN: 1870471954

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 106

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This book defines emotional intelligence (Ei) and explains why it is important. It provides a framework for understanding Ei and illustrates how to develop Ei capabilities. In addition, with the aid of a self-assessment questionnaire it offers readers the opportunity of assessing their own Ei.
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Emotional Intelligence in Tourism and Hospitality

Hasson, G. (2017) Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook. Wiley, Chichester, UK. Iacobucci, D., Ostrom, A. and Grayson, K. (1995) Distinguishing service quality ...

Author: Erdogan Koc

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 9781786398314

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 164

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Mindfulness Pocketbook

Pocketbook Series: Confidence Pocketbook: Little Exercises for a Self-Assured Life, 978-0-85708-733-1 Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook: Little Exercises ...

Author: Gill Hasson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780857088727

Category: Self-Help

Page: 144

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Develop balance and harmony in all areas of life through mindfulness The second edition of the Mindfulness Pocketbook: Little Exercises for a Calmer Life brings you exercises and practices to achieve greater balance and harmony in all areas of your life. You’ll find new ideas for enjoying nature, being mindful at work, staying physically active, and encouraging creativity. With this book, you can discover how mindfulness opens you up to new ideas and fresh ways of doing things. You'll have a new approach to reducing stress and increasing your enjoyment. This revised edition of the bestselling Mindfulness Pocketbook shares guidance on new paths to living more harmoniously. Be mindful in the outdoors, communing with nature Use mindful techniques to enhance creativity Practice mindful physical activity for a healthy body and mind Add mindfulness to your workday The new section in this pocketbook edition encourages you to treat yourself to small pleasures, learn a new skill, and take time for relaxation and holidays. A calmer, more balanced life is closer than you think!
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Global Business and Management Research An International Journal Vol 1 Nos 3 4

Chapman, M.A. (2001), The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook, Management Pocketbooks. Chapman, M.A. (2002) Emotional Intelligence: The Challenge for HRM, ...

Author: Mehran Nejati

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN: 9781599428703

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The Journal of Global Business and Management Research (GBMR) strives to comply with highest research standards and scientific/research/practice journals' qualities. Being international and inter-disciplinary in scope, GBMR seeks to provide a platform for debate among diverse academic and practitioner communities who address a broad area of business and management issues across the globe. This peer-reviewed journal is currently indexed in EBSCO and Gale.
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Brainwork

Margaret Chapman, The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook (Hants, UK: Management Pocketbooks, 2001). Ibid. Ibid. Roger Pearman, “The Leading Edge: Using ...

Author: David A. Sousa

Publisher: Solution Tree Press

ISBN: 9780983302049

Category: Education

Page: 232

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Through engaging stories and studies, the author shows you how to leverage the most provocative brain research to increase your productivity, expand your creative vision, and become a stronger leader. By applying an understanding of how the brain perceives, plans, and influences behavior, you’ll transform your leadership and impact.
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101 Learning and Development Tools

Goleman and his followers see our emotional intelligence as something we can work on and as a ... Chapman, M (2001) The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook, ...

Author: Kenneth Fee

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 9780749461096

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

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101 Learning and Development Tools is your practical guide to all the most up-to-date training techniques, organized around the classic learning and development cycle. Whether you need a quick, ready solution or some guidance on where to go for in-depth information, this is your essential reference guide. It picks up from where you are in the process of managing learning, and helps you place it in a broader context. Each chapter is a mini guide to each tool with: a description of the tool analysis resources needed cost implications cross-references to help you identify alternative or related tools for further study or investigation 101 Learning and Development Tools is the indispensable, all-in-one-volume reference book for both professionals in the field and students learning about the subject.
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Gifted Talented Coordinator s Handbook

Chapman, M (2001) The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook. Management Pocketbooks. Clark, C and Callow, R (2002) Educating the Gifted and Talented: Resource ...

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Publisher: Optimus Education eBooks

ISBN: 9781907567179

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Emotions

Emotional intelligence measurement creates a form ofknowledge through which the worker is defined, ... Chapman, M. The emotional intelligence pocketbook.

Author: Monica Greco

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134719341

Category: Psychology

Page: 512

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Are emotions becoming more conspicuous in contemporary life? Are the social sciences undergoing an an 'affective turn'? This Reader gathers influential and contemporary work in the study of emotion and affective life from across the range of the social sciences. Drawing on both theoretical and empirical research, the collection offers a sense of the diversity of perspectives that have emerged over the last thirty years from a variety of intellectual traditions. Its wide span and trans-disciplinary character is designed to capture the increasing significance of the study of affect and emotion for the social sciences, and to give a sense of how this is played out in the context of specific areas of interest. The volume is divided into four main parts: universals and particulars of affect embodying affect political economies of affect affect, power and justice. Each main part comprises three sections dedicated to substantive themes, including emotions, history and civilization; emotions and culture; emotions selfhood and identity; emotions and the media; emotions and politics; emotions, space and place, with a final section dedicated to themes of compassion, hate and terror. Each of the twelve sections begins with an editorial introduction that contextualizes the readings and highlights points of comparison across the volume. Cross-national in content, the collection provides an introduction to the key debates, concepts and modes of approach that have been developed by social scientist for the study of emotion and affective life.
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Time Management Pocketbook

What is not often covered in depth are The Management Pocketbook series has a ... Pocketbook by Neil Russell-Jones The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook by ...

Author: Ian Fleming

Publisher: Management Pocketbooks

ISBN: 9781908284006

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 128

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The Time Management Pocketbook is one of our most popular titles, now in its 6th edition. Effective use of time is not just about using your diary better; it calls for many management skills. The author looks at these skills within the context of a time management model. The model breaks down the process of managing time into these headings: managing what you do, managing where you work, managing communications, managing to work with others, and managing everyday. Skills covered include: objective setting, decision-making, problem-solving, creativity, assertiveness, listening, questioning, reading, writing, and handling paperwork and phone calls.
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Cognitive Behavioural Coaching Pocketbook

Published by: Management Pocketbooks Ltd Laurel House, Station Approach, ... the author of the Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook, for her invaluable work ...

Author: Dorothy Spry

Publisher: Management Pocketbooks

ISBN: 9781908284167

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 112

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The widespread popularity of coaching in support of workplace performance, leadership development and employee engagement was heavily underscored by the findings of a CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) survey carried out in 2009 which revealed that 90 per cent of organisations surveyed use coaching techniques. Cognitive Behavioural Coaching (CBC) takes coaching a stage further. It recognises that how people think affects how they feel which, in turn, influences the decisions and actions they take. Through a systematic process of questioning, CBC challenges an individual's limiting beliefs and behaviours and helps them to see and act differently. The Cognitive Behavioural Coaching Pocketbook uses a simple 5-step model to explain in clear, practical terms how coaches, L&D staff and managers can use CBC for the benefit of both the individual and the organisation.
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Mindfulness at Work Pocketbook

... gained influence *See Step 2 of the 5-Step Model of EQ in The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook, pp.38-45 36 WAKING UP TO THE WISDOM 2 1–3 OF YOUR BODY.

Author: Margaret Chapman-Clarke

Publisher: Pocketbooks

ISBN: 9781908284495

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 128

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Mindfulness is our capacity to focus, to really pay attention and use our brain’s resources wisely. Using an 8-step model, the Mindfulness at Work Pocketbook will allow HR and OD practitioners, coaches and team leaders to experience it for themselves and see how they can develop and implement mindfulness-based interventions within their organisations. Building a mindfulness culture in the workplace brings significant benefits both to the individual (greater job satisfaction, less stress, improved performance) and the organisation (lower absenteeism, higher productivity, reduced costs). The 8-step model spans an eight-week period with exercises for each stage. It begins by raising awareness of how the mind works and continues by building mindfulness skills and sharpening awareness of thought processes, especially how these can trigger stress. Integrating mindfulness into everyday life is dealt with in the final stages. The many exercises afford plenty of opportunities for much-needed practice.
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Psychometric Testing Pocketbook

The words 'emotional intelligence' were first used by B. Leuner in 1966, nearly a quarter of a century before Peter Salovey and John Mayer's first article ...

Author: Dorothy Spry

Publisher: Management Pocketbooks

ISBN: 9781907077760

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 128

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Psychometric testing helps employers to assess people, in a way which gives results that are objective, systematic, reliable and valid. The Psychometric Testing Pocketbook offers insight into how these tests can improve recruitment, selection, promotion and assist organisational development. The book takes a practical approach and is aimed at the non-specialist reader. It explains the process of test selection and demonstrates, with the aid of case studies, how some of the more popular tests can be applied to achieve workplace solutions. In better understanding the unique characteristics of its individuals, organisations are equipped to undertake a range of actions, including building effective teams, implementing change and identifying future leaders. This pocketbook not only benefits employers, but also provides employees with an understanding of what is involved in completing such tests and how the results can focus career counselling and development plans. A review in Assessment & Development Matters (Vol. 1 No. 2 Summer 2009) states: 'The book covers a lot of ground. It is particularly useful that case studies are used to illustrate how instruments might be used, as well as actual test items, as together this helps readers understand what a test is like in practice. All in all, a very useful book.'
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Challenging Behaviours Pocketbook

Daniel Goleman defines emotional intelligence as 'the capacity to process emotional information accurately and effectively, including the capacity to ...

Author: Fintan O'Regan

Publisher: Management Pocketbooks

ISBN: 9781908284914

Category: Education

Page: 128

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All children are challenging to some extent, but some are more challenging than others. Students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD) can be tough to support and teach. This pocketbook helps you to do just that. It focuses on three particular behaviour disorders: ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), CD (Conduct Disorder) and ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder). Fintan O'Regan, an internationally renowned expert on ADHD, explains why some children are prone to developing a can't learn, won't learn or don't care attitude. He devotes individual chapters to each behaviour pattern and uses Vicki, Liam and Darren to illustrate typical characteristics. Practical classroom strategies include lesson scenarios, with example dialogues showing how different teacher responses can lead to different outcomes. Whether you're looking for explanations, tips, ideas, or strategies (or maybe just reassurance and support) this book fits the bill.
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Emotional Literacy Pocketbook

Harper Perennial, 2013 Descartes' Error: Emotion, Reason and the Human Brain by Antonio Damasio. Vintage, 2006 Developing Children's Emotional Intelligence, ...

Author: James Park

Publisher: Management Pocketbooks

ISBN: 9781907078057

Category: Education

Page: 128

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By helping students to recognise, understand and handle emotions - their own and others' - we can build their self-esteem, improve their confidence and pave the way for them to become educationally and socially successful. The authors use case studies to demonstrate the effectiveness of helping children to feel CLASI - Capable, Listened to, Accepted, Safe, Included. There are chapters on building relationships that support learning, on nurturing 'open' conversations, on working effectively in groups and on classroom organisation. Sections on using stories to build emotional literacy and on emotional literacy in the staffroom emphasise the need to keep the bridge open between the thinking and feeling parts of the brain. A reliable and authoritative Pocketbooks that, as one literacy coordinator told us, guides newcomers while stimulating and reinvigorating those already familiar with the field.
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How to be Outstanding in the Classroom

Emotional intelligence is our second area of psychological expertise. ... Dr Steve Peters (2012) • Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook, Margaret Chapman ...

Author: Mike Gershon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317558415

Category: Education

Page: 214

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Every teacher wants to be outstanding. But what does outstanding mean? And how do we stay outstanding if the goalposts move? In this book, bestselling author Mike Gershon presents you with everything you need to know to make outstanding learning happen in your classroom. It breaks down the nature of outstanding teaching so as to expose the underlying principles which hold true across the curriculum. Featuring advice on all the different elements that contribute to outstanding teaching and learning including assessment, differentiation, literacy, leadership and ensuring progress, it covers: Cultivating the habits of outstanding learning The role assessment plays in planning learning, securing progress and helping students to achieve great outcomes. Leadership and your role as a leader The communication that takes place in the classroom Firmly rooted in the day-to-day experiences of being in the classroom, the book clearly explains the why, the how and what to do if things go wrong! Packed full of clear, easy-to-implement strategies and ideas, it is the text you can call upon time and again in order to cultivate and sustain the habits, actions and thoughts of outstanding teaching.
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Career Finder

Also by Gill Hasson : Pocketbook Series : Confidence Pocketbook : Little Exercises for a Self - Assured Life , 9780857087331 Emotional Intelligence ...

Author: Gill Hasson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780857088642

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 192

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DISCOVER THE CAREER THAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU The quest for the work and a career that's right for you—that's fulfilling and that you enjoy—is a process of discovery. It involves learning about yourself and finding out about the wide range of work and careers available. And it involves finding out how best to access the work or career you're interested in. TAKE CONTROL AND DO WORK YOU LOVE! Whether you have no idea what work or career you want to do or there's too many options and you can't decide, Career Finder will help you discover what's right for you and how to go about achieving it. Understand how the world of work and careers is changing Overcome limiting beliefs, identify your strengths, skills and values and build your confidence Identify—from the wide range of career options—the best possibilities for you (not what other people think you should do!) Discover the opportunities that will lead to the work and career you're interested in Whatever's happening in the world and whether you've just started thinking about a career, want to go in a new direction, or have a complete change, Career Finder will guide and advise you. You'll be prepared to move toward a career that you enjoy and works in harmony with your life and who you are.
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Project Management Leadership

Chapman, M. (2001) The Emotional Intelligence Pocketbook, Management Pocketbooks. Goleman, D. (1996) Emotional Intelligence: why it can matter more than IQ ...

Author: Rory Burke

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118825402

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 384

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Project Management Leadership is a comprehensive guide to the human factors involved in Project Management, in particular the leadership skills required to ensure successful implementation of current best practice. It provides the latest insights on team building, motivation, collaboration, and networking skills, and the way these can be harnessed to manage a successful project. Exercises and worked examples are provided throughout.
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