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Emotionally Intelligent Financial... (04 Edition)by Weisinger
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The Emotionally Intelligent Financial Advisor is based on groundbreaking work by a leading authority from the financial services industry.
What makes a financial advisor a top producer? Research indicates that the answer is emotional intelligence: the ability to use your emotions, moods, and feelings, and those of others, to work for you.
Emotionally intelligent financial advisors come to work each day with positive attitudes, ready to increase the bottom line. They find it easier to stay motivated in difficult times, bounce back quickly from setbacks, and increase their results-oriented behavior. While others struggle to keep clients, emotionally intelligent financial advisors enhance and develop client relationships by communicating their ideas effectively. They leave work feeling energized and productive, with lots of positive anticipation for the next day, regardless of how the market performed.
For the first time ever, Dr. Hendrie Weisinger, the financial services industry's leading authority on emotional intelligence, has outlined the essential ""emotional intelligence tasks"" he has helped thousands of financial advisors master.
In The Emotionally Intelligent Financial Advisor, financial advisors will learn how to:
The Emotionally Intelligent Financial Advisor is clear, concise, practical, filled with industry examples, and includes a personal assessment tool. It contains everything a financial advisor will need to gain an emotionally intelligent edge.
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Weisinger, a psychologist and expert on the application of emotional intelligence, shows financial advisors how to use their emotions, moods, and feelings to stay motivated in difficult times, bounce back quickly from setbacks, and increase their results-oriented behavior.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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