Understanding emotional intelligence in 90 minutes
Author: Jan Childs
Publisher: Management Books 2000
Childs gets off to a good start by discussing why people are interested in emotional intelligence, setting the scene well for the following chapters. One of Childs’ most engaging habits is that of anticipating reader questions – and providing the answers. This gives the book a particularly conversational, and accessible, tone. However, despite the tone, this isn’t a book to dip into – readers will really need to concentrate, but it’s worth the effort. By the end of the book, you’ll have a good grounding in emotional intelligence and a much better understanding of your own behaviour.