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Goleman, Daniel; Social Intelligence – The New Science of Human Relationships, 2006.

In his best seller, Emotional Intelligence, Goleman made a strong case that the very best leaders are socially aware, empathetic to others, and adept at managing their own emotional states. His work had enormous impact on the way many experts view leadership and evaluate leaders.

In this latest book, Goleman shifts his focus from individual psychology to examine what happens in the course of social interactions. Calling upon recent findings of “social neuroscience,” he explores ways in which the brain drives social behavior, as well as the impact our social world has on our brain and biology.

“Social intelligence,” Goleman says, means that we are not just intelligent about our relationships, but also intelligent in them.

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