On May 22, 2017 I provided a blog on Emotional Intelligence and Negotiations. I have since received feedback and additional information that you may find useful. I wanted to share this with you for you and for you to help your clients, friends and family.
In the original post I shared a source from the Program on Negotiation at the Harvard Law School entitled “Emotional Intelligence as a Negotiating Skill.” Others have commented that they found this link very helpful. I also offered that I found Travis Bradberry’s book, Emotional Intelligence 2.0 very helpful for me with his test and follow up test 60 days later. Other’s also indicated they found this helpful.
Another author, Janae Ernst, and an associate, John Hawthorne, worked on an article entitled “Are You Emotionally Intelligent? Here’s How to Tell.” John contacted me and told me that he and Janae had researched over 50 articles and blogs on the internet and found my blog post. Given their additional research, I wanted to share their findings that I too thought you and others may find useful.
Michael Gregory, NSA, ASA, CVA, MBA is an international speaker, that helps organization resolve conflict and negotiate winning solutions. Mike is dedicated to making individuals, organizations, thought-leading entrepreneurs and executives more successful. Michael’s books, including The Servant Manager, How to Work with the IRS, Second Edition and his most recent book, now available in hard copy and as an eBook, Peaceful Resolutions. On point resources are available online at www.mikegreg.com and check out the blog. Contact Mike directly at email@example.com or call (651) 633-5311.
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Mike Gregory is a professional speaker, an author, and a mediator. You may contact Mike directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and at (651) 633-5311. Mike has written 12 books (and co-authored two others) including his latest book, The Collaboration Effect: Overcoming Your Conflicts, and The Servant Manager, Business Valuations and the IRS, and Peaceful Resolutions that you may find helpful. [Michael Gregory, ASA, CVA, MBA, Qualified Mediator with the Minnesota Supreme Court]