Resources

 

Books by Members

  • 21 Ways to Improve your Emotional Intelligence - Hank Clemons, PhD
  • Are You Living Your Best Life On Purpose? - Jon Hartman, ABD
  • Cool Change: Turning Emotions into Leadership Strengths - Pat Baxter,m EdD (New)
  • Communicating Beyond Our Differences: Susan Dellinger
  • Could Your Emotional Intelligence Be Holding You Back? - Hank Clemons, PhD
  • Emotional Business - Ravi Rao, PhD, MD
  • Imprinted Wisdom - Catherine Nagle 
  • The Other Kind of Smart - Harvey Deutschendorf
  • The Power of EQ: Stronger Leadership through Emotional Intelligence - Karen D. Nutter (New)
  • The Smart New Way to Get Hired - Lisa Caldas Kappesser

 

Research Papers and Articles

In this area you will find research papers and articles published by the research team of SoEI lead by Dr. Russel Clayton, Dr. Charles Coco and Jon Hartman, ABD., Dr. Rubye Brae and Dr. Christopher Davis.

How Regular Exercise Helps You Balance Work and Family - HBR: by Russell Clayton, PhD
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Sleep Better Tonight and Have Better Work-Life Balance Tomorrow _ Huff Post:: by Russell Clayton, PhD
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Partners

Partners consist of groups or organizations that provide financial or in-kind support to an organization, event or activity through the provision of donations, products or services. They share common missions, interests, values, and messages–thereby achieving together what could never be accomplished separately.

To become a Partner, your organization must submit a request for partnership to the Society of Emotional Intelligence at: societyofei@gmail.com. The request should outline your organization’s mission, vision, goals, and reasons for partnering with us. All requests will be reviewed and approved organizations will be notified.

NAFCM
The purpose of the National Association for Community Mediation is to support the maintenance and growth of community-based mediation programs and processes, to present a compelling voice in appropriate policy-making, legislative, professional, and other arenas, and to encourage the development and sharing of resources for these efforts.

 

 

 


 

Let's Talk EI

“Let’s Talk EI” is designed for you. Whether you’re an expert or just hearing about it for the very first time, everyone is welcome. Whether in relation to managing difficult or sensitive situations, dealing with colleagues or interacting with customers, the power of emotions to help achieve work goals, enhance academic and business success is critical. Being able to control your emotions in a positive manner is a very important part of functioning properly in society. So, share your thoughts and questions on EI.

"Let's Talk EI " is a 1 hour internet radio talk show held weekly. Interested parties can call in to chat with guest or host; ask questions and/or have dialog around the topic of emotional intelligence or a related subject.

Let's Talk EI.
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