Entrepreneur Voices on Emotional Intelligence

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    A recent study showed that 95% of executives think they understand everything they need to know about their behavior and emotions. In reality, the number of business leaders who are self-aware of their emotions and behavior is 10-15%. And that’s a problem because being emotionally intelligent enables you to learn from mistakes and grow. And growth is key for anyone running a business.

    Entrepreneur Voices on Emotional Intelligence will help readers develop their self-awareness by identifying the traits and signs of entrepreneurs who possess a healthy dose. They'll read insights from Travis Bradberry, the E.I. Guy Harvey Deutschendorf, and BNI founder Dr. Ivan Misner and learn about:
  • The importance of understanding your strengths and weaknesses
  • How to nurture healthy and trusting relationships with coworkers
  • Believing in themselves and being a good judge of character

    On the flip side, readers will also learn about the habits of the woefully unself-aware. People who hold grudges, can’t let go of mistakes and have no idea what their triggers are and how to regulate them so that they land in the 10-15% bracket and less in the 80% who are lying to themselves.

    Readers learn to perceive emotions to better handle the behaviors, personalities, and body language of those around them as they maintain their own emotional intelligence.


    With guidance from TalentSmart's co-founder Travis Bradberry, BNI founder Ivan Misner, and licensed counselor Sherrie Campbell and others, readers will be able to evaluate their emotional intelligence (or lack thereof), learn how to perceive the emotions of others, and improve their own emotional and mental fitness to propel their success.
    PART I: Self-Awareness

    Chapter 1: What is Emotional Intelligence and Why Does it Matter? by Gerard Adams, serial entrepreneur, angel investor, and philanthropist

    Chapter 2: 11 Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence by Travis Bradberry, co-founder of TalentSmart

    Chapter 3: The Importance of Emotional Intelligence at Work by Mariah DeLeon, professional coach and human resources consultant

    Chapter 4: Are You Self-Aware? 5 Key Traits You Need to Have to Be a Great Entrepreneur. by Jonathan Long, entrepreneur, brand builder, and founder of Market Domination Media
    Chapter 5: 5 Signs You're Too Emotional to Decide What's Best for Your Business by Jayson DeMers, founder and CEO of AudienceBloom
    Chapter 6: Why Vulnerability, Authenticity and Love Are 3 Must-Haves for Entrepreneurs by Mary Deelsnyder, founder of Dee Design Company
    Chapter 7: 7 Signs That You're an Emotionally Intelligent Person by Jayson DeMers, founder and CEO of AudienceBloom

    Chapter 8: Embrace the Imperfect Picture Beneath Your Masterpiece by Ray Hennessey, chief innovation officer at JConnelly

    Entrepreneur Voices Spotlight: Interview with Harvey Deutschendorf

    Self-Awareness—Reflections
    PART II: Perception

    Chapter 9: Can You 'Feel' It? How to Use Emotional Decision-Making in Marketing by Nathan Chan, CEO and publisher of Foundr Magazine

    Chapter 10: 8 Great Tricks for Reading People's Body Language by Travis Bradberry, co-founder of TalentSmart
    Chapter 11: 4 Ways to Tame Your Negativity Bias by Anis Qizilbash, founder of Mindful Sales Training, motivational speaker, and author

    Chapter 12: Be Self-Aware, Be Selfless, and Then Be Selfish by Ivan Misner, Ph.D., founder of BNI and author of Networking Like a Pro

    Chapter 13: How the New Emotional Workplace Affects Hiring, Retention and Culture by Jason Wesbecher, executive vice president of sales and marketing at Corel Corporation

    Chapter 14: 8 Solutions for Managing a Passive-Aggressive Team by Tracy Maylett, CEO of DecisionWise, executive advisor, and author

    Chapter 15: 9 Signs You're Dealing with an Emotional Manipulator by Travis Bradberry, co-founder of TalentSmart

    Chapter 16: Cut People a Break. You Never Know What They're Going Through. by Jim Joseph, CEO of Citizen Relations and author of The Experience Effect

    Entrepreneur Voices Spotlight: Interview with Sir John Hargrave

    Perception—Reflections

    PART III: Capacity
    Chapter 17: Managing Your Mental Health as an Entrepreneur by Kevin Xu, member of the Forbes Nonprofit Council

    Chapter 18: 4 Ways to Overcome Grief Without Neglecting Your Business by David Osborn, entrepreneur, speaker, and author

    Chapter 19: 4 Tips for Entrepreneurial Survival During the Grieving Process by Dan Steiner, co-founder and CEO of Elite Legal Marketing and author

    Chapter 20: The 5 Biggest Psychological Hurdles of Entrepreneurship by Jayson DeMers, founder and CEO of AudienceBloom
    Chapter 21: Don't Let the Loneliness of Entrepreneurship Kill You by Ray Hennessey, chief innovation officer at JConnelly

    Chapter 22: Believing You're Capable Demands Doubting Yourself by Ray Hennessey, chief innovation officer at JConnelly

    Chapter 23: How to Develop a Positive Relationship with Failure by Lena Requist, president of ONTRAPORT, entrepreneur, speaker, and educator

    Chapter 24: How to Be Grateful When Times Are Tough by Graham Young, performance consultant, coach, and keynote speaker

    Entrepreneur Voices Spotlight—Interview with Dorie Clark

    Capacity—Reflections

    PART IV: Development

    Chapter 25: 9 Practices for Achieving Emotional Maturity by Sherrie Campbell, licensed counselor, psychologist, and marriage and family therapist
    Chapter 26: 7 Things My Grandpa Taught My Brother and Me About Entrepreneurship by Adam Toren, co-founder of Kidpreneurs.org, award-winning author, and entrepreneur

    Chapter 27: 10 Ways to Motivate Yourself When You're Really Not Feeling It by Barrett Wissman, philanthropist, financier, and principal and co-chairman of IMG Artists
    Chapter 28: 7 Emotional Management Practices that Propel Success by Sherrie Campbell, licensed counselor, psychologist, and marriage and family therapist

    Chapter 29: 10 Ways to Become a Super-Likable Person by Deep Patel, serial entrepreneur, marketer, and bestelling author

    Chapter 30: 5 Ways Criticism and Rejection Builds Your Capacity to Succeed by Sherrie Campbell, licensed counselor, psychologist, and marriage and family therapist
    Chapter 31: 3 Powerful Tips to Improve Your Emotional and Mental Fitness by Julian Hayes II, founder of The Art of Fitness & Life, fitness consultant, and author

    Chapter 32: Where's the Love? Why You Should Work to Ingrain Gratitude Into Your Company Culture by Zeynep Ilgaz, founder, president, and CEO of Confirm Biosciences

    Entrepreneur Voices Spotlight: Jarie Bolander

    Development—Reflections
    Resources

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    Date de parution 30 octobre 2018
    Nombre de lectures 0
    EAN13 9781613083949
    Langue English

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