Daniel Goleman is a psychologist and former science journalist, who reported on the brain and behavioural sciences for The New York Times for many years. His 1995 international bestseller, Emotional Intelligence has sold more than five million copies in 40 languages. Goleman has also written books on self-deception, creativity, transparency, meditation and emotional learning; he has also published three books (including A Force for Good) with the Dalai Lama.
Books by Daniel Goleman
Interviews with Daniel Goleman
The Triple Focus: A New Approach to Education
by Daniel Goleman and Peter Senge
Handbook of Social and Emotional Learning: Research and Practice
by ed. Durlak et al
The Oxford Handbook of Compassion Science
by ed. Seppälä et al
Emotional Alchemy: How the Mind Can Heal the Heart
by Tara Bennett-Goleman
Marrow: Love, Loss, and What Matters Most
by Elizabeth Lesser
We are taught to value intelligence and academic ability, but raw mental firepower does not always translate into success at work or a life of contentment. Just as important are the skills that make up ’emotional intelligence,’ says Daniel Goleman, whose bestselling book popularised the concept. Here he chooses five emotional intelligence books that explore its practical applications.
Interviews where books by Daniel Goleman were recommended
Most self-help books promise to take you from 0 to 100, but many people reading them are starting at minus 100. The author of What’s Stopping You? picks books that helped him come to grips with his own insecurities.