Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life

Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life

Susan David

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Beschreibung

Strategy + Business - Best Leadership Books of 2017

Winner of the 2017 Thinkers50 Breakthrough Idea Award

Winner of the 2016 Books for a Better Life Award in Psychology

Axiom Business Book Awards Medalist

800-CEOREAD Editors' Choice

Forbes.com Recommended Books for Creative Leaders

Facebook #ReadtoLead Selection

LinkedIn's 12 Books on Leadership to Read in 2017

Success's 71 of 2016’s Best Books to Make You Successful

Business Insider's 8 Books That Will Change Your Life in 2017

2017 Thinkers50 Radar List 


“A powerful book on embracing your core values, being more decisive, and committing to meaningful change.”

–Forbes.com

 

“Harvard’s Susan David—a psychologist, coach, and consultant—presents evidence that people need to understand and work with their negative emotions while not letting old patterns dominate their lives.”

–BizEd magazine

 


Emotional Agility is filled with advice on how to live in the moment, cultivate a healthy awareness of your emotions, learn to identify what those emotions are telling you, respond to your feelings in ways that will serve you, and recognize your inherent values and goals — not only in your personal life, but also in relationships, in the workplace, and as a parent.”

–Bustle

 

“Emotional agility is a science-based approach that allows one to navigate life’s twists and turns, stresses and setbacks with self-acceptance, clear-sightedness, and an open mind.”

–Worcester Magazine

“It’s one thing to feel an emotion—it’s another to gain control over it. Susan David acknowledges the benefits of sadness, anger, guilt, and fear, and then shows us how to make sure they don’t take over our lives. This is a self-help book that might actually help.”

—Adam Grant, New York Times-bestselling author of Originals

“Susan David teaches us to understand—and to communicate in—the unspoken language of emotion to better align how we feel with what we do. Essential reading.”

—Susan Cain, New York Times-bestselling author of Quiet

 

“In her well-researched and cutting-edge book, Susan David shows us the virtue of being both adaptive and decisive, of learning both to navigate and stay the course. At its core, her work is a powerful and persuasive call to embrace change in our everyday lives, along with the very practical roadmap to make it happen.
Emotional Agility is basically the fast-track to fulfillment.”

—Claire Shipman, New York Times-bestselling coauthor of The Confidence Code

 

“Susan David is a leading authority on how our thoughts, emotions, and motives can empower or derail us. Her work combines compelling research, an engaging style, and practical wisdom to show people how to create meaningful change in their lives in order to thrive.”

—Peter Salovey, president, Yale University

 

“One of the keys to a happy life is knowing yourself. In
Emotional Agility, Susan David offers us a groundbreaking way to recognize our feelings and gives us the tools we need to avoid the emotional ruts that keep us from reaching our bigger goals. This book is a revelation for anyone looking to make lasting change in their life.”

—Gretchen Rubin, New York Times-bestselling author of The Happiness Project

 

“The wisdom of the author’s innovative insights is only made more impressive by its practicality. Her deep understanding of psychology is matched with clear, real-world steps to more effective leadership.”

—Helen Clark, 37th Prime Minister of New Zealand

 

“David proves here that no one trait is more indicative of success than the ability to collaborate gracefully with your own emotions. Learning how is the difference between a fight and a dance!”

—Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times-bestselling author of Triggers

 

“A compelling, inspirational, and original book about how to bring out the best in ourselves. Combining robust science, practical advice, and encouraging wisdom,
Emotional Agility is a must-read.”

—Pat Mitchell, Board Chair, Sundance Institute and Editorial Director, TEDWomen

 

“An accessible, reader-friendly voyage. Emotional Agility can be helpful to anyone.”

—Daniel Goleman, New York Times-bestselling author of
Emotional Intelligence


“At a time when it’s more difficult than ever to silence the unending noise that surrounds us, along comes 
Emotional Agility, a practical, science-backed guide to looking inward and living intentionally. By urging us to work 
with – not against – our own emotions, Susan David gives us the tools we need to be more adaptable and more resilient, so that we may not only succeed but truly thrive.”

—Arianna Huffington, New York Times-bestselling author of The Sleep Revolution

“Susan David's 
Emotional Agility provides fresh strategies in harnessing creativity, teamwork and growth. These components can be key in making any organization a great place to work!”

–Tony Hsieh, New York Times bestselling author of Delivering Happiness and CEO of Zappos.com, Inc.

Susan David, Ph.D., is a psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School; cofounder and codirector of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital; and CEO of Evidence Based Psychology, a boutique business consultancy. An in-demand speaker and advisor, David has worked with the senior leadership of hundreds of major organizations, including the United Nations, Ernst & Young, and the World Economic Forum. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including 
Harvard Business Review, 
Time, Fast Company, and 
The Wall Street Journal. Originally from South Africa, she lives outside Boston with her family.

Produktdetails

Medium CD
Sprecher Susan David
Spieldauer 570 Minuten
Erscheinungsdatum 06.09.2016
Verlag Random House N.Y.
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9780451486608

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Selbstakzeptanz, sachliche Beurteilung und eine offene mentaler Blick ist was der flexibler Mensch braucht...
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Die Autorin präsentiert in diesem Buch eine fast von selbst sprechende (Be-)Handlungsweise, die sowohl für den Privatmensch im Alltag als für professionelle Therapeuten als Leitfaden dienen kann. Im Vordergrund bei der Problembetrachtung sollten vor allem die tiefe existentielle Wünsche des eigenen Ichs stehen. Um zu beginnen s... Die Autorin präsentiert in diesem Buch eine fast von selbst sprechende (Be-)Handlungsweise, die sowohl für den Privatmensch im Alltag als für professionelle Therapeuten als Leitfaden dienen kann. Im Vordergrund bei der Problembetrachtung sollten vor allem die tiefe existentielle Wünsche des eigenen Ichs stehen. Um zu beginnen sollte man bei Schwierigkeiten im Alltag, diese Schwierigkeiten erstmal als Problem widmen (Showing up), sich Zeit und Gelegenheit geben das Problem im Augenschau zu nehmen und im breiteren Perspektiv zu sehen (Stepping out). Dabei sollte man vor allem auf seinen eigenen tiefen Wünsche und Überlegungen achten (Walking your why), um letztendlich souverän seinen Lebenslauf weiterzumachen (Moving on). Im letztem Kapitel fügt Frau Dr. Susan Cain (psychologe) dann für die flexibelen Eltern auch noch einige pädagogische Empfehlungen dazu. Sehr wichtiges Buch (Im New York Times wurde es beurteilt als 'Essential Reading'), das mit alltäglichen, teils witzigen Beispielen gut zu lesen ist.

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