Emotional Intelligence: The New Rules

  • 1h 53m
  • Rob Yeung
  • Cyan Communications Ltd.
  • 2009

This book you hold in your hands will not patronize or talk down to you. It is not a guide for idiots or dummies. You are a bright professional who simply wants some new ideas on how to develop your emotional intelligence by mastering your own moods and emotions and those of others. You do not need everything spelt out for you with endless examples to get the point across—although I have chosen a small number of examples (usually having changed the names to protect the guilty) to illustrate key points.

So if you have ever wanted to know how to get ahead in your career—but don’t have the time to plough through Bible-sized manuals or books that talk down to you—then this is the book for you. Feel free to flick through and find the chapters that are most interesting for you.

About the Author

Rob Yeung is a psychologist and BBC TV presenter. A director at leadership consulting firm Talentspace, he coaches individuals and teams to achieve both personal and professional success.

In this Book

  • Emotional Intelligence—The New Rules
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Self-Awareness
  • Self-Direction
  • Interpersonal Savvy
  • Organizational Savvy
  • Final Thoughts