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Emotional Intelligence: Daniel Goleman Fall 2010

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Kayla
10-12-2010
12:54 PM ET (US)
Goleman says the interface is not developed until around 20 years of age. Your opinion?

I agree. He is absoultly right.
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Kayla
10-12-2010
12:46 PM ET (US)
We shouldnt let our emontions affect our decision making. We dont want to hear people sounds too high class because they we cant relate with them and we will judge them, this is where social intelligence comes in. Just because you may have bigger words to use dosent mean you will necessarly sound smart go get a job. You just dont relate to others as well.
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David Crites
09-23-2010
03:55 PM ET (US)
Having the highest IQ doesn't necessarily make you qualified for a job. You also have to be able to control your emotions so they don't affect your decision making while on the job.
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ethan judy
09-23-2010
01:40 PM ET (US)
when we make a decision a emotional centers prioritize for us
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Daniel Crites
09-23-2010
01:31 PM ET (US)
The person with the highest IQ isn't always the best for the job. He talks about how most companies look for people that are smart enough to get hired for the job, but also have emotional intelligence.
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jeremy berg
09-23-2010
01:30 PM ET (US)
People like to relate with others with humor and charizma. Must do not want to hear someone talk and throw out words just to show how smart they are.
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Ciara Flores
09-23-2010
01:28 PM ET (US)
I like when he says you have to "be smart to get in the game". because you have to want something not just do it to just get it done or just for the fun of it. and emotional smart is very important more than being a genius or say "book smart".
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Daniel Veach
09-23-2010
01:23 PM ET (US)
I like the part where he was talking about hireing a person for a job and he said that you need to look at the person that held that job before. I also like the part about where he said that people with a high IQ and that is book smart is not always the best person to do a job.
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John Kangas
09-23-2010
01:21 PM ET (US)
The students who "just got in." The reason for that is because that particular group of students though not at the top of their class intelletually were already establishing themselves with skills they had already obtained. Skills in leadership helped them succeed in college and after they graduated to go on and become very successful leaders of business or whatever other career they chose to pursue.
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jeremy berg
09-23-2010
01:18 PM ET (US)
Booksmart is not necessarily the best.
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2010
11:22 AM ET (US)
You might want to check out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Goleman
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2010
11:13 AM ET (US)
What does Goleman say about self awareness among the top CEO's?
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2010
11:13 AM ET (US)
According to Goleman who made the biggest donations to their alma mater? The alumni with the highest IQ's the students who "just got in"? Why?
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2010
11:10 AM ET (US)
A student wrote, "My neice's ACT and SAT scores weren't the best, but they were better than most and good enough to get the attention of the scholarship committees of the universities she sought to attend. The funny thing is that when she interviewd with these committees, they weren't as concerned with her GPA or test scores as they were with her extra-curricular activities, team participation, and volunteer work. They were looking for "well rounded students", students who could "put themselves in other people's shoes"...empathy. Needless to say, my nieces is now thanking us for making her participate in those activities and stressing the importance of volunteerism to her.
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2010
11:07 AM ET (US)
Goleman says the human brain "evolved from the ground up." Do you agree?
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StevieBPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2010
11:05 AM ET (US)
Goleman says, the "culture of technology may not specifically value things like empathy or elements of emotional intelligence." So?
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