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Link to Emotional Intelligence by Amy Jacobson in the Catalog
Link to Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Travis Bradberry in the Catalog
Link to HBR Guide to Emotional Intelligence in the Catalog
Link to Understanding Emotional Intelligence by Meilson Kite in the Catalog
Link to Beyond Emotional Intelligence by S. Michele Nevarez in Hoopla
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Link to Search Inside Yourself by Chade-Meng Tan in the Catalog
Link to Conversational Intelligence by Judith E. Glaser in the Catalog
Link to Personal Intelligence by John D. Mayer in the Catalog
Link to Entrepreneur Voices on Emotional Intelligence in the Catalog
Link to Emotional Intelligence by Richard Cooper in Hoopla

Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others.

Emotional intelligence is generally said to include at least three skills: emotional awareness, or the ability to identify and name one’s own emotions; the ability to harness those emotions and apply them to tasks like thinking and problem solving; and the ability to manage emotions, which includes both regulating one’s own emotions when necessary and helping others to do the same.

The concept of emotional intelligence—sometimes referred to as emotional quotient or EQ—has gained wide acceptance. In recent years, some employers have even incorporated emotional intelligence tests into their application and interview processes, on the theory that someone high in emotional intelligence would make a better leader or coworker. Continue reading from Psychology Today

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Link to Emotional INtelligence Test at Psychology Today website
Link to Emotional INtelligence Sample Tests at the Harvard Business Review website
Link to Emotional Intelligence Sample Tests at Greater Good Science Center, UC Berkeley website