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The Brain and Emotional Intelligence: New Insights By Daniel Goleman,

  • Title: The Brain and Emotional Intelligence: New Insights
  • Author: Daniel Goleman
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Over the last decade and a half there has been a steady stream of new insights that further illuminate the dynamics of emotional intelligence In this eBook, Daniel Goleman explains what we now know about the brain basis of emotional intelligence, in clear and simple terms.This eBook will deepen your understanding of emotional intelligence and enhance your ability for itsOver the last decade and a half there has been a steady stream of new insights that further illuminate the dynamics of emotional intelligence In this eBook, Daniel Goleman explains what we now know about the brain basis of emotional intelligence, in clear and simple terms.This eBook will deepen your understanding of emotional intelligence and enhance your ability for its application You will learn the most recent brain findings that explain The Big Question being asked, particularly in academic circles Is there such an entity as emotional intelligence that differs from IQ The brain s ethical radar The neural dynamics of creativity The brain circuitry for drive, persistence, and motivation The brain states underlying optimal performance, and how to enhance them The social brain rapport, resonance, and interpersonal chemistry Brain 2.0 our brain on the web The varieties of empathy and key gender differences The dark side sociopathy at work Neural lessons for coaching and enhancing emotional intelligence abilities
    The Brain and Emotional Intelligence New Insights Over the last decade and a half there has been a steady stream of new insights that further illuminate the dynamics of emotional intelligence In this eBook Daniel Goleman explains what we now know ab

    One thought on “The Brain and Emotional Intelligence: New Insights”

    1. A short but very fascinating read Goldman covers the how emotional intelligence and the brain are linked the different sections of the brain that are affected by stress, afflictive emotions, and how practicing mindfulness and relaxation techniques can help.

    2. Daniel Goleman introduced the concept of emotional intelligence to psychology This book presents some new insights into the relevant neuroscience discovered during the last several years So while I looked forward to reading it, I wasn t expecting it to be only 78 pages The chapters are very short and to the point, but a comprehensive treatment would be welcome Goleman summarizes his emotional intelligence framework self awareness, self management, social awareness, and relation management and d [...]

    3. El libro es una interesante introducci n a la investigaci n de Goleman, sobre la forma en que pensamos y actuamos, sin recurrir a tecnicismos complicados Si bien puede abrir los ojos a muchos mitos modernos sobre el pensamiento, es desgraciadamente muy corto y no ahonda mucho en los temas cubiertos En general es una gran lectura introductoria al concepto de IE pero carece del peso que quiz algunos buscan para aplicar por completo este paradigma

    4. While part of the title claims new insights, The Brain and Emotional Intelligence just summarizes what Goleman has already put out in some of his other books It is a quick thumbnail synopsis and therein lies its value.

    5. Do all educators love reading about brain research Emotional, social, cognitive learning you name it, our little ole brains actually have the ability to learn and grow in just the ways we need Take that cell and think it, think it, think it like watering a plant Encouraging news

    6. A quick read Useful information, not too technical The pictures of the brain didn t do much for me I am inspired to learn about some of the topics covered.

    7. I loved this book for several reasons It is well organized, is a fast read, and is very easy to understand I am not an expert in the field but I am very interested in learning how and why we have the emotions we do This book explains the basics without a ton of scientific jargon When you are done reading a chapter you understand the bottom line and can apply it to your personal life I am very glad I read this book and have bookmarked several pages to revisit.On a personal note I was diagnosed wi [...]

    8. A short review of brain research as it bolsters emotional intelligence insights Might be boring for someone who is keeping up with this but just right for me Borrowed this Kindle book though I have a Nook from a friend and that worked easily and well I read it on the Kindle app on my Ipad Two weeks was plenty of time to read this short book However, I highlighted notes and now can t retrieve them from.

    9. Goleman describes research and conclusions on emotions and psychology Very little self help, but what s there is a short how to change habits discussion, covered quite well in other popular books The benefit to this book is that it is short and concise there aren t a lot of digressions Otherwise, it seemed quite familiar If you are well read on emotional intelligence, decision making, habits, and the like, this is an unnecessary summary.

    10. Excellent insights from 30 years of research, connecting the dots from neuroscience to emotional aptitude.

    11. Very short book 73 pages outlining some of the most recent research on brain function as it relates to social and emotional intelligence

    12. Very insightful and short overview on the subject of emotional intelligence I find it s a good introduction to Goleman s work.

    13. I wish this was better, since Goleman s Vital Lies, Simple Truths was terrific But this seems geared for corporate coaches than for psychologists or other researchers.

    14. Too brief to be informative enough as an introduction And if it s only meant to give a taste of other books on the subject of EI then it should at least be free.

    15. This book isn t bad, but a I found it to be a hard read, and not as captivating as I was hoping for.It felt like reading one long medical journal I am not a doctor, and have never read a sinlge medical journal.But besides the difficult language, the book is a treasure of knowledge The book focuses on the downside of low EQ, which makes a bit depressing to read, but still very important.Combine this book with a stoic mindset, or simply just read Meditations, you have a solid platform to build a [...]

    16. This is an update and series of articles, nicely written , on some of the latest research on Emotional Intelligence and its neuroscience relationship It provides a nice neuroscience 101 reading for those who are curious, would like to learn bit don t want to navigate through cumbersome language.

    17. Read it in Finnish Aivot ja tunne ly uusimmat oivallukset on p ivitys kirjailijan aikaisempaan kirjaan Tunne ly vuodelta 1995 T ss opuksessa k sitell n hyvin selke ll tavalla tunne lyn vaikutus luovuuteen, itsens johtamiseen, stressiin, flow tilan luimiseen, empatiaan ja my s peilineuroneiden merkityksest Mindfulness otettiin esille helpottamaan reaktioita Mielenkiintoinen p tk oli aiheesta sosiaaliset aivot verkossa ja siit , miten me s hk isess viestint tilanteessa ilman visuaalista arviota vi [...]

    18. This is a short update on how new findings in neuroscience are shaping what we know about brain functions in the context of emotional intelligence It is good, but I see it as a marketing strategy than anything else This author has written a number of books that on emotional intelligence and after reading a few of them, one gets the feeling that the material is always the same, but with a different twist same topic in different environments Emotional intelligence is a great theory, I am just not [...]

    19. Highlights 1 People who are strong in the achievement drive continually strive to improve they re relentless learners.2 Competencies like managing emotions, focused drive to achieve goals, adaptability and initiative are based on emotional self management 3 Chronic worry keeps the amygdala primed, so you remain in a distress state as long as you ruminate 4 Here are the five top amygdala triggers in the workplace Condescension and lack of respect Being treated unfairly Being unappreciated Feeling [...]

    20. I find the subject of emotional intelligence fascinating, even so it to tie the behaviors to the way our brain functions is even so When we see a leader who has strong emotional intelligence, it makes a huge difference To understand that these individuals have learned to master and in some instances control the natural brain chemistry is helpful It is a reminder that we each have the ability to think about our behaviors and actions and can develop our ability to have strong emotional intellige [...]

    21. Amo este tipo de libros y este en especial es como un peque o libro de pruebas contundentes sobre la existencia de la inteligencia emocional y sobre como se manifiesta y es posible percibirlo y ubicarlo f sicamente en las cortezas cerebrales Siento una profunda admiraci n por Goleman y por Howard Gardner y su teor a de las inteligencias m ltiples.

    22. The section on brain functions was interesting, but dry I found the book interesting once it moved out of the physiology and into the psychology and social aspects of EI The editing of the book is lacking Running SpellCheck would have corrected this.

    23. Eh This book or the kindle version is really short Very high level It references some interesting research being done and then doesn t really go into any details More like a syabus for additional reading.

    24. A short book follow up with new insights from neuroscience research that links the topic of emotional intelligence with these findings Probably better followed if one has already read Goleman s previous books on EI.

    25. Nice connection of EI to somewhat recent neuro research, but not book length worthy Seemed like every few pages he injected a sentence to tell us some new brilliant test or idea he had Seemed like of an ego feeder than a critically needed update.

    26. This is one of the best books I ve ever read on how our brains work in regard to our emotional states It was very easy to understand I loved it so much that almost every line of every page is underlined It s been awhile since I ve read it, but wanted to review it now since joining.

    27. I recommend reading this book as it teachers you to understand some fuctions of the brain better as well as why some people react the way they do and also how to module our emotions It s a must read for everyone.

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