New Insights into Emotional Intelligence

Written by Michael McLaughlin

Daniel Goleman

In this podcast, I speak with Daniel Goleman, author of the groundbreaking book, Emotional Intelligence. Goleman’s recent research on brain science suggests new ways to use our minds to be creative when we need to be, to build rapport more easily, and to stay focused and productive for longer periods of time.

His new findings are included in his latest eBook, The Brain and Emotional Intelligence: New Insights. He shares some of those insights with us in this podcast.






Michael McLaughlin is the founder of MindShare Consulting LLC, a firm that helps professional services organizations design innovative strategies to reach more clients, land profitable work, and build resilient businesses.

He’s the author of Winning the Professional Services Sale, which offers professional service providers, business development managers, and firm leaders new strategies to identify, qualify, and close any services sale. McLaughlin is also the coauthor of Guerrilla Marketing for Consultants, the first book to apply the principles of Guerrilla Marketing to the business of consulting and professional services.

For the past nine years, McLaughlin has published Management Consulting News, a monthly newsletter which delivers useful news, strategies, and tips to thousands of professionals around the world. He also publishes a second monthly newsletter, The Guerrilla Consultant, which extends the concepts and strategies in his first book.

His blog, Beating Feast or Famine, offers ideas that can help you eliminate the ups and downs from your professional life, fulfill your career ambitions, and stay sane.

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