Social Intelligence

Social Intelligence

The New Science of Human Relationships

Book - 2006
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Exciting new science confirms our deepest intuitions: Good relationships nourish us and support our health, while toxic relationships can poison us. And our success and happiness on the job, in our marriages and families, even our ability to live in peace, depend crucially on the emotional radar and specific skills that Daniel Goleman defines in this groundbreaking book. How does social intelligence develop in childhood? How can we improve it-in ourselves, in others? How can we deal with those who lack it? The answers to these questions are essential reading for businesspeople, parents, educators, health professionals, community leaders-and all those who want to live more richly every day of their lives. Book jacket.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2006.
ISBN: 9780558303525
0558303528
9780553803525
0553803522
Branch Call Number: 158.2
Characteristics: 403 p. ; 25 cm.

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Jun 29, 2011

Covers a broad spectrum of social issues. Shows that we are social animals.

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