What's Your Emotional Intelligence Quotient?
this is a piece from the Utne Reader by Daniel Goleman, who wrote the book on emotional intelligence. It also includes a quiz that enables one to assess EQ.
EQ Today is an e-zine that is devoted to the study of emotional intelligence. It is published by Six Seconds, a nonprofit organization serving schools, families, communities and corporations with training and materials to support emotional intelligence
The Whole Child/Adolescent Center Page on EI
This page summarizes some of the key elements of emotional intelligence and focuses on how emotional intelligence relates to other types of intelligence.
Howard Gardner has developed a model of seven types of intelligence. Of Special reference to communicative intelligence are interpersonal intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence, and linguistic intelligence.
Multiple Intelligences Test
From this link you can learn more about your learning style based on these types of intelligence.
Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy
REBT is a form of psychotherapy developed by Albert Ellis for countering irrational emotional experiences. This page from the Albert Ellis Institute provides answers to common questions about the technique.
Applying emotional intelligence in the workplace. Robert K. Cooper. Training & Development, Dec 1997 v51 n12 p31(8)
Individuals can enjoy a successful career and better relationships by relying on their emotional intelligence. Studies have shown that people with high levels of emotional intelligence have greater career success, foster stronger personal relations, have effective leadership skills and are healthier than those with low emotional quotient (EQ). Moreover, competitive advantage can actually be achieved through the EQ-related capacities for creating trusting relationships, improving energy and effectiveness in high-pressure situations, and creating the future. InfoTrac.
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