Replacing these with more useful feelings and thoughts can provide a powerful means of improving performance. This book explains the principles of emotional intelligence and how these relate to coaching for performance.
Author: Stephen Neale
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
Emotional Intelligence Coaching examines the vital role emotions and habits play in performance. Emotional intelligence can help leaders and coaches recognize how attitudes - both their own and those of the people they coach - prevent individuals from reaching their potential. Replacing these with more useful feelings and thoughts can provide a powerful means of improving performance. This book explains the principles of emotional intelligence and how these relate to coaching for performance. It includes practical activities for those seeking to identify and adapt their behaviour in order to achieve more. Never before have emotional intelligence and coaching been brought together in this way to help you develop your own and other people's performance.
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Author: Marcia Hughes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The importance of emotional intelligence as a critical factor inpersonal and business success is now well established. EmotionalIntelligence in Action, Second Edition shows how to tap thepower of EI to build effective emotional skills and create realchange for leaders and teams. This book breaks new ground in providing a cross-referencematrix that maps sixty-five exercises to four leading emotionalintelligence models – the EQ-I 2.0 or EQ360, TESI and TESIShort, the MSCEIT, and EISA – making it easy to use with allthe models. Revised to respond to the significant changes in EQi-2.0 and toadd two new instruments, TESI and EISA, this Second Editionnow offers in-depth coverage of such emerging topics as emotionalexpression, as well as twenty new exercises, accompanied byreproducible handouts for your participants. Ideal for both individual or team coaching or as part of a widerleadership and management development program, EmotionalIntelligence in Action, Second Edition provideshighly-effective experiential learning, drawn from real life, thatwill help you enhance emotional intelligence competencies in everyorganization.
This book focuses on five key areas: self-awareness innovative and inventive thinking independent enquiry collaborative learning communication skills.
Author: Steve Bowkett
Coaching Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom is a practical resource to help Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 teachers explore and understand a range of concepts, principles and techniques gathered under the term ‘emotional intelligence’, and the way that this powerfully influences pupils’ behaviour and learning in the classroom. Creative activities are suggested throughout, leading towards a more explicit focus on coaching methods to help pupils become independent, creative and effective learners able to set goals, generate ideas, solve problems and arrive at reasoned decisions. This book focuses on five key areas: self-awareness innovative and inventive thinking independent enquiry collaborative learning communication skills. Dealing in an engaging way with social and emotional aspects of learning, personalised learning, thinking skills and social inclusion, the authors offer teachers all of the necessary tools to help pupils build life- and people-skills which will extend beyond school. It will be of interest to all practising teachers, teaching assistants and school counsellors working with young people.
The first book of its kind, Coaching for Emotional Intelligence is a thoughtful, realistic, and accessible guide that will change the way managers lead in the workplace -- and will ensure that their employees are reaching their full ...
Author: Bob WALL
Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn
At some point in their careers, all managers face a frustrating and seemingly insurmountable challenge -- the highly intelligent, highly skilled direct report who is failing when he should be excelling. Often, this employee is destroying not only his own career, but also the morale of the rest of the team. While this behavior may initially seem willful, it is more than likely due to a lack of emotional intelligence -- the ability to comprehend one’s emotions, empathize with the feelings of others, and interact with people in ways that promote congenial working relationships. More than any other trait, emotional intelligence is the one variable that can transform a mediocre employee into an exceptional one. Managers now have a new and demanding role. They must become coaches who help their employees to develop emotional intelligence and the positive interpersonal relationships that result. And while this kind of corrective coaching may seem daunting and unpleasant to many managers, it is also achievable with the right tools. In Coaching for Emotional Intelligence, Bob Wall offers coaching strategies that will enable every manager to elicit excellence by improving the negative behaviors and communications flaws that are undermining an employee's performance. The book provides a structured format for formulating and delivering both praise and corrective feedback, as well as a step-by-step method and sample scripts for conducting a coaching session. Readers will: Overcome the fear of coaching on sensitive, personal issues. Learn the critical importance of praise--and how to give it. Understand the influences that shaped the behaviors of the individual being coached. Determine whether an employee is responding to corrective coaching, when to keep him -- and when to fire him. Create an action plan for teaching employees to identify and alter unwanted behavior. Master spontaneous coaching: delivering praise in 15-20 seconds -- and corrective feedback within 45 seconds. Formulate structured conversations when corrective coaching isn’t working. Create successful, detailed, and clear personal, team, and work evaluations and mission statements. The first book of its kind, Coaching for Emotional Intelligence is a thoughtful, realistic, and accessible guide that will change the way managers lead in the workplace -- and will ensure that their employees are reaching their full potential.
Leaders' Playbook gives you the keys for significantly enhancing performance with answers to critical questions: How do I increase my confidence to take the steps to be a star?
Author: Reldan S. Nadler
Publisher: Richard Moss Seminars
Leaders' Playbook gives you the keys for significantly enhancing performance with answers to critical questions: How do I increase my confidence to take the steps to be a star? How can I become more effective as a leader? How do I develop my people to be our next leaders? How can I communicate to be more successful? It contains more than one hundred strategies and tools and nine profiles of famous leaders.
Often your emotions hold you back or deflect you off course. This book shows you how to master your emotions and get the results you deserve.
Author: Paul Morgan
Publisher: Pearson Education
'People skills' are now recognised as being THE single most important factor for success in business. Managing Yourself is a practical, easily absorbed and implemented guide to the assessment and then continuous personal improvement of your emotional intelligence. It provides the reader with easily understood and workable models of how they think, feel, relate to others and perform in the workplace. Often your emotions hold you back or deflect you off course. This book shows you how to master your emotions and get the results you deserve. Discovering how your unconscious and invisible maps significantly influence your emotional intelligence and the results you get in life, then provides the basis for highlighting areas to change. The book then provides a range of self-coaching techniques to adjust your maps where needed - and shift your interactions with others to be more effective and more productive. Unlike many other EI related books, Managing Yourself explores key elements of emotional intelligence using popular culture (sport, TV, cinema & music) making it much more readily absorbed. Additionally, the book provides a whole series of self-assessment/self-understanding exercises giving the reader a clear idea from the outset where they stand on EI your strengths and weaknesses, before providing very specific techniques for change. The outcome is workable accelerated plans that will improve your emotional intelligence and your business results. - Gain personal insight. - Identify poor quality thinking maps. - Learn how to monitor progress and measure improvements.
"Includes: coaching and mentoring questionnaires to assess skill level, powerful techniques for both short and long term interventions, strategies suitable for mentors and coaches (and more)." - cover.
Author: Patrick E. Merlevede
Publisher: Crown House Publishing
Following a qualitative survey, the authors of this title identified key components of both mentoring and coaching and the need to clarify the similarities and differences between them. This book is the result of revisiting the origins of these disciplines, which has led to some unexpected conclusions.
The Handbook for Developing Emotional and Social Intelligence features a wealth of case studies, best practices, and proven tools that show how emotional and social intelligence can be harnessed to deliver improved individual, team, and ...
Author: Marcia Hughes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Handbook for Developing Emotional and Social Intelligence is an authoritative collection of practical content—best practices, case studies, and tools—that showcases the application and development of emotional and social intelligence in the workplace. The authors are some of the best-known experts in the field and the book includes practitioners, academics and thought-leaders that contributed to this rich collection of knowledge and solutions that will appeal to anyone involved in developing leaders and teams. The handbook features topics such as leadership, recruitment, conflict resolution, team development, and stress management.
The business case for the interface of coaching and emotional intelligence
reveals that executive coaching is a growth industry across the globe. In the UK,
executive coaching has been described as one of the fastest-growing
Author: James Bradford Terrell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A Coach?s Guide to Emotional Intelligence is a groundbreaking book that combines the topics of coaching and emotional intelligence in a down-to-earth resource for coaches, facilitators, and consultants. The authors, James Bradford Terrell and Marcia Hughes ?two experts in the field of emotional intelligence training?offer a number of elegant solutions that help coaches and their clients develop the authentic emotional skills needed to meet the challenges of today?s increasingly complex world. The book clearly shows how EI coaching can be applied within organizations and provides a solid coaching method for use with leaders in business settings. The book outlines five highly-effective strategies for developing influential leaders.
Understanding and getting along with their diverse teammates is not a luxury, it is essential to achieving successful outcomes.This book gives players and coaches the critical information and know-how they need to capture and manage the ...
Author: James David
Publisher: Independently Published
Being a championship player and building a winning team take more than athletic prowess and skillful coaching. The best players and coaches in the world aren't successful unless their ability to manage their complex emotions in the heat of the competition matches their skill in the game. Sports pages are full of examples of coaches and athletes losing both their cool and the game when their emotions take over.Today, sports is a global enterprise and athletic teams are noticeably more multicultural having athletes from all over the world. Along with their skill, players bring their different backgrounds, cultures and norms to the group. This reality makes building a winning team even more complicated and challenging. For optimum results, both players and coaches need to be in tune with themselves and each other, and also know how to use the power of emotional energy to propel them to success. Understanding and getting along with their diverse teammates is not a luxury, it is essential to achieving successful outcomes.This book gives players and coaches the critical information and know-how they need to capture and manage the power of emotions to increase their individual and team performance and to manage emotions so they don't sabotage success in the game. Through powerful stories and concrete, actionable steps to follow, the author gives athletes and coaches a roadmap and guide.-Lee Gardenswartz, Ph.D. and Anita Rowe, Ph.D.Knowing others is intelligence.Knowing yourself is true wisdom.Mastering others is strength.Mastering yourself is true power.-Lao Tzu
This guide covers the critical emotional qualities that can have a greater impact on success than general intellectual intelligence.
Author: Emily A. Sterrett
Publisher: Human Resource Development
This guide covers the critical emotional qualities that can have a greater impact on success than general intellectual intelligence. Includes best practices on how to enhance self-confidence, empathy, self-control, and other important emotional competencies.
Brings together the foremost collection of experts writing on emotional intelligence, across areas including eduction, parenting, employment and neuroscience, sharing ideas on the importance of this topic and its application to increase ...
Author: Reuven Bar-On
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Brings together the foremost collection of experts writing on emotional intelligence, across areas including eduction, parenting, employment and neuroscience, sharing ideas on the importance of this topic and its application to increase performance in everyday life.
Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child will equip parents with a five-step "emotion coaching" process that teaches how to: * Be aware of a child's emotions * Recognize emotional expression as an opportunity for intimacy and teaching * ...
Author: John Gottman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Intelligence That Comes from the Heart Every parent knows the importance of equipping children with the intellectual skills they need to succeed in school and life. But children also need to master their emotions. Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child is a guide to teaching children to understand and regulate their emotional world. And as acclaimed psychologist and researcher John Gottman shows, once they master this important life skill, emotionally intelligent children will enjoy increased self-confidence, greater physical health, better performance in school, and healthier social relationships. Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child will equip parents with a five-step "emotion coaching" process that teaches how to: * Be aware of a child's emotions * Recognize emotional expression as an opportunity for intimacy and teaching * Listen empathetically and validate a child's feelings * Label emotions in words a child can understand * Help a child come up with an appropriate way to solve a problem or deal with an upsetting issue or situation Written for parents of children of all ages, Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child will enrich the bonds between parent and child and contribute immeasurably to the development of a generation of emotionally healthy adults.
This book is an essential guide for all sports coaches who wish to improve performance levels through the use of emotional intelligence. The model of emotional intelligence contains 5 core aspects which are explained within this book.
Author: Gobinder Singh Gill
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
This book is an essential guide for all sports coaches who wish to improve performance levels through the use of emotional intelligence. The model of emotional intelligence contains 5 core aspects which are explained within this book. Further, the use of mental toughness and psychological skills is also described to challenge coaches. The book contains a number of activities that will help facilitate thought and engage coaches into using these within their own coaching practices.
Karl Mulle is the president of Karl Mulle Productions, a speaker, author, corporate trainer and coach, and counseling psychologist who specializes in leadership, emotional intelligence, communication, team building, conflict management, ...
Author: Karl Mulle
Publisher: Association for Talent Development
Karl Mulle is the president of Karl Mulle Productions, a speaker, author, corporate trainer and coach, and counseling psychologist who specializes in leadership, emotional intelligence, communication, team building, conflict management, stress management, creativity, and change management for businesses and associations throughout the world. In his speaking, training, and writing, Karl draws on 30 years of experience in training and development and his ability to combine psychological insight with humor and practical application to deliver inspiring messages on human effectiveness. He is passionate about helping people achieve their professional goals in the context of strong healthy relationships. He is the co-author of Put Emotional Intelligence to Work and resides in Minneapolis.
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The NLP Pocketbook, Management Pocketbooks (2005) Ian Fleming & Allan J.D.
Taylor, The Coaching Pocketbook, Management Pocketbooks (2003) Jane ...
Author: Margaret Chapman
Publisher: Management Pocketbooks
"Easy on the eye with humorous illustrations, this little book teaches us about ourselves and the huge role our emotions play. It is a great size for dipping in and out of, hitting the spot on every scenario. The book is broken down into clear sections, firstly identifying EI, then advising how to develop your own EI, complete with informative teachings on how to achieve this. Who would benefit from reading this book? A shorter list would be who wouldn't, as it is for managers, team leaders and team players alike. Many of the scenarios can even be adapted to life outside the work place as it is all about developing your personality. Without giving too much away, this little book teaches you how to turn negatives into positives and how to get the best out of ourselves and others. It can grow self-esteem and confidence in yourself and those around you." "Margaret Chapman has packed a great deal of wisdom into this small package. Unusually, she tells us not only what Emotional Intelligence is but also how it can be practically developed. Read this book, put some of its ideas into practice, and that could change your life." Michael Chaskalson, CEO, Mindfulness Works Ltd. "Insightful - outlines how to develop the skills that will ensure you can influence outcomes and get more of what you want, while bringing others with you." Gladeana McMahon, Chair, Association for Coaching UK.
Importantly, this edition expands on the previous by providing greater coverage of emotional intelligence interventions.As with the first edition, this second edition is both scientifically rigorous, yet highly readable and accessible to a ...
Author: C. J. Wolfe
Publisher: Psychology Press
The first book to provide a serious comprehensive review of the field and the ways in which emotional intelligence is important to everyday life.