Our interactions and our communications are done more and more by interposed screens. In a world where everything is interconnected, our real contacts last less and are less frequent. And yet, emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills are essential for maintaining authentic relationships as a couple, as a family and at work. In this book, we discover how self-discipline, self-motivation, self-control, compassionate communication and empathy are real tools that allow us to grow in the different groups that make up our existence.
Benoit Chalifoux invites you to develop better self-knowledge, by being more consistent and aware of your behavior, and to push your limits. It also encourages us to observe others more and to be more generous to them, happiness often stemming more from the pleasure of helping someone than from meeting our own needs. Based on the latest scientific research in emotional intelligence and positive psychology, it offers us concrete ways to improve our individual behaviors and our interpersonal relationships.
Benoit Chalifoux, relational skills specialist, is a business speaker in North America, Africa and Europe. He is assistant to the vice-dean, international, lecturer and manager at the School of Management Sciences of the University of Quebec in Montreal (ESG UQAM). University graduate
Paris-Dauphine with an Executive Master of Business Administration, he also holds an MBA from ESG UQAM.