Relational Intelligence; The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships (Paperback)

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Relational Intelligence

The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships

In 2020, the world as we knew it changed. For close to two years, people were socially isolated. For many of us, we lost the art of human face-to-face connections that lead to the development of close intimate relationships. In Relational Intelligence, Dr. Adam C. Bandelli outlines the five essential skills that can help you reconnect with others and build strong, long-lasting relationships. Drawing on research from the fields of psychology, sociology, and behavioral science, he explains why these skills are necessary tools for building a life of joy, satisfaction, and fulfillment. He also highlights case studies and personal stories from twenty years of experience as an organizational psychologist and leadership advisory management consultant to reinforce the importance of relational intelligence in all areas of life. No matter where you are along your journey, learning these skills and putting them into practice will greatly improve the quality of your personal and professional relationships.

In today's world, we have more ways to communicate, but we're connecting less than ever before. Our lack of connection is affecting how we work. It's affecting our growth and development. It's affecting how we live our lives. Relational Intelligence will serve as a guide to restoring the connections you have with others. This book will challenge you to strengthen your relationships with the people who matter the most. Beyond discussing the five essential relational intelligence skills, the book outlines practical steps that you can implement today Each chapter lays out a clear and detailed blueprint for how you can build great relationships with family, friends, coworkers, and loved ones. When your relationships are strong, they serve as the gateway to your personal and professional development. Our lives are changed by the people around us. With relational intelligence, you can be intentional about how you build connections with others. If you are purposeful about how you build relationships, your life will be transformed.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781638856726
ISBN-10: 1638856729
Publisher: Covenant Books
Publication Date: June 23rd, 2022
Pages: 280
Language: English


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