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Emotions Color How We Think, Feel And Behave At Work

EVER since Daniel Goleman equated marshmallows an emotional intelligence in the public mind with his book, “Emotional Intelligence” in 1995, a slew of books on the topic have written by psychologists turned writers turned psychologists. One of these post-Goleman authors

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PEOPLE AT WORK COLUMN: Mutual Goals

MY colleagues often ask me, “How do you do that? Getting people to support your ideas?” I guess they wonder because I am not a person with extraordinary abilities. Perhaps the only extraordinary thing about me is my persistence, since

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: New factor seen as key to Job Harmony

WASHINGTON, DC Daniel Goleman, author of the best-selling book, “Emotional Intelligence,” challenged business to examine the “qualities of the hear,” or what is known in professional circles as emotional intelligence as basis for establishing workplace competencies in a rapidly changing

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