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Hi All Please find attached a 15 page preview of our Training Manual on Emotional Intelligence. You can use the preview part in your own workshops. Warm Regards Ashrim Solutions

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Hi Ashrim
Thanks for sharing this. I have downloaded the complete manual and find it good at first look. Will go through it in detail.
However, I would like to request you to suggest some more books where I may explore the relationship between the anatomy of brain and human behavior - including emotional intelligence.
Would be grateful if you could suggest soon.
Nidhi

Hi Nidhi
Thank you for appreciation. I feel good that you found it useful.
Some books that I find interesting in the area of Brain and Human behavior are
1. The Brain and Emotional Intelligence: New Insights by Daniel Goleman
2. The Social Brain by Michael Gazzaniga
3. Your Brain at Work by David Rock
4. The Tell Tale Brain by Dr. VS Ramachandran
5. The Descarte's Error by Antonio Damasio
If you have any other query, I will be pleased to help.
warm regards
Ashrim

Hi Ashrim
Thanks for the suggestions.
Just one more query. In the transactional analysis part, though you have explained it well, I wanted to confirm if the following sequence is correct for the quiz part;
Transaction 1 - Complementary Transaction (Free Child - Critical Parent)
Transaction 2 - Crossed Transaction (Adult - Critical Parent)
Transaction 3 - Crossed Transaction( Adult -Critical Parent)
Transaction 4 - Complementary Transaction (Adult - Adult)
Transaction 5 - Complementary Transaction (Free Child - Nurturing Parent)
Transaction 6 - Complementary Transaction (Critical Parent - Adapted Child)
Regards
Nidhi

Emotional Intelligence has often been criticized for lack of conclusive evidence for establishing its relationship with job performance. A study, published in the Journal of Organization Behavior in 2010, provides a definite answer to such criticism. Through a meta-analysis of several other earlier studies, it establishes that higher EI levels indeed predict better job performance.
As trainers, you might find this report useful.
The title of the report is:
"The relation between emotional intelligence and job performance: A meta-analysis"
by ERNEST H. O’BOYLE JR., RONALD H. HUMPHREY, JEFFREY M. POLLACK, THOMAS H. HAWVER AND PAUL A. STORY
You can do a Google search to find this report. I could not paste the link due to some restrictions by the admin.
Regards
Ashrim

Can you or somebody else provide some material for training program on "Managing Performance" ? Regards Ashutosh
Some more material on emotional intelligence:
http://www.hrdpressonline.com/files/...Activities.pdf
Regards

Research says evidence based emotional intelligence training can improve your work success and your life see here
Emotional intelligence training can improve your work success and your life.

Training in emotional intelligence actually works:
BPS Research Digest: Training in emotional intelligence actually works
Regards


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