The Thinking Mind Podcast: Psychiatry & Psychotherapy

E86 - Emotional Intelligence & its Dark Side (with Prof. John Wisneski)

May 17, 2024
E86 - Emotional Intelligence & its Dark Side (with Prof. John Wisneski)
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The Thinking Mind Podcast: Psychiatry & Psychotherapy
E86 - Emotional Intelligence & its Dark Side (with Prof. John Wisneski)
May 17, 2024

John E. Wisneski is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Rice University in Texas, where he teaches a course on Emotional Intelligence.  He is the recipient of numerous student-selected graduate teaching awards, including the 2017 Professor of the Year Award at the Kelley School of Business, and the 2018 Most Impactful Core Professor Award at the W.P. Carey School of Business. In 2020, he was recognized by Poets & Quants as a Favorite MBA Professor for the Class of 2020.

Prior to pursuing a career in academia he consulted with numerous Fortune 100 companies including American Express, General Motors, Walgreens, and PepsiCo.

Today we discuss emotional intelligence; how it can be defined, tested and improved. We also discuss the darker aspects of emotional intelligence, and the differences between emotional intelligence and manipulation.

Interviewed by Dr. Alex Curmi, consultant psychiatrist. 

References:

Barsade, S. G., & Gibson, D. E. (2007). Why does affect matter in organizations?. Academy of management perspectives, 21(1), 36-59.

 Cherniss, C. (2010). Emotional intelligence: Toward clarification of a concept. Industrial and organizational psychology, 3(2), 110-126.

Grant, Adam. (2015). The dark side of emotional intelligence." Bizezia Limited.

Caruso, D. R., & Salovey, P. (2004). The emotionally intelligent manager: How to develop and use the four key emotional skills of leadership. John Wiley & Sons.

Caruso, D. & Rees, L. (2021). Developing your emotional intelligence skills. EI Skills Group
Goleman, D. (2005). Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More than IQ. Bantam.

You can access emotional intelligence assessments here: EI Assessments

Our episode on the big five personality model:
https://www.buzzsprout.com/277019/11581780-audio-essay-15-why-do-we-have-personalities.mp3?download=true

Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/C4tmKCj7UEk

If you would like to enquire about an online psychotherapy appointment with Dr. Alex, you can email - alexcurmitherapy@gmail.com.

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Show Notes

John E. Wisneski is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Rice University in Texas, where he teaches a course on Emotional Intelligence.  He is the recipient of numerous student-selected graduate teaching awards, including the 2017 Professor of the Year Award at the Kelley School of Business, and the 2018 Most Impactful Core Professor Award at the W.P. Carey School of Business. In 2020, he was recognized by Poets & Quants as a Favorite MBA Professor for the Class of 2020.

Prior to pursuing a career in academia he consulted with numerous Fortune 100 companies including American Express, General Motors, Walgreens, and PepsiCo.

Today we discuss emotional intelligence; how it can be defined, tested and improved. We also discuss the darker aspects of emotional intelligence, and the differences between emotional intelligence and manipulation.

Interviewed by Dr. Alex Curmi, consultant psychiatrist. 

References:

Barsade, S. G., & Gibson, D. E. (2007). Why does affect matter in organizations?. Academy of management perspectives, 21(1), 36-59.

 Cherniss, C. (2010). Emotional intelligence: Toward clarification of a concept. Industrial and organizational psychology, 3(2), 110-126.

Grant, Adam. (2015). The dark side of emotional intelligence." Bizezia Limited.

Caruso, D. R., & Salovey, P. (2004). The emotionally intelligent manager: How to develop and use the four key emotional skills of leadership. John Wiley & Sons.

Caruso, D. & Rees, L. (2021). Developing your emotional intelligence skills. EI Skills Group
Goleman, D. (2005). Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More than IQ. Bantam.

You can access emotional intelligence assessments here: EI Assessments

Our episode on the big five personality model:
https://www.buzzsprout.com/277019/11581780-audio-essay-15-why-do-we-have-personalities.mp3?download=true

Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/C4tmKCj7UEk

If you would like to enquire about an online psychotherapy appointment with Dr. Alex, you can email - alexcurmitherapy@gmail.com.

Give feedback here - thinkingmindpodcast@gmail.com -  
Follow us here: Twitter @thinkingmindpod Instagram @thinkingmindpodcast

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