Handbook for Developing Emotional and Social Intelligence: Best Practices, Case Studies, and Strategies
PART ONE: COACHING: WORKING WITH LEADERS AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS.
Chapter One: Coaching with Emotional and Social Effectiveness (Marcia Hughes and James Bradford Terrell).
Chapter Two: Developing High Achievers Through Emotional Intelligence: More Intelligent Than Emotional (Geetu Bharwaney).
Chapter Three: Resonant Leadership for Results: An Emotional and Social Intelligence Program for Change in South Africa and Cambodia (Annie McKee, Frances Johnson, Eddy Mwelwa, and Suzanne Rotondo).
Chapter Four: When Enhanced EI Is Associated with Leadership Derailment (Howard Book).
Chapter Five: Advanced EQ-i® Interpretation Techniques: The Concepts of Drag, Balance, and Leverage (Rich Handley).
Chapter Six: Emotional Intelligence, Stress, and Catastrophic Leadership Failure™ (Henry L. Thompson).
PART TWO: TEAMS, ORGANIZATIONS, AND CULTURES: WORKING WITH SYSTEMS.
Chapter Seven: Building Your Team’s Conflict-Resolution Skills with Emotional and Social Intelligence (Marcia Hughes).
Chapter Eight: From Individual to Organizational Emotional Intelligence (Steven J. Stein).
Chapter Nine: Zeroing in on Star Performance (Diana Durek and Wendy Gordon).
Chapter Ten: Emotional Intelligence: A View from South Africa (Jopie de Beer, Nicola Taylor, Renate Scherrer, and Christina van der Merwe).
PART THREE: MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES: COMBINING WISDOM.
Chapter Eleven: Personality Type and Emotional Intelligence: Pragmatic Tools for the Effective Practitioner (Roger R. Pearman).
Chapter Twelve: Using the EQ-i® and MSCEIT® in Tandem (Henry L. Thompson).
Chapter Thirteen: Integrating Appreciative Inquiry and Emotional Intelligence for Optimal Coaching Results (G. Lee Salmon and James Bradford Terrell).
Chapter Fourteen: A Critical Perspective on the ""Social"" Within Emotional Intelligence (Carina Fiedeldey-Van Dijk).
PART FOUR: EDUCATION: LEADERS AND STUDENTS.
Chapter Fifteen: A Sustainable, Skill-Based Approach to Building Emotionally Literate Schools (Marc A. Brackett, Janet Patti, Robin Stern, Susan E. Rivers, Nicole A. Elbertson, Christian Chisholm, and Peter Salovey).
Chapter Sixteen: Developing Emotional, Social, and Cognitive Intelligence Competencies in Managers and Leaders in Educational Settings (Richard E. Boyatzis).
Chapter Seventeen: Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, and the School Administrator (James D.A. Parker, Howard E. Stone, and Laura M. Wood).
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