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Introduction The main purpose of this page is to publish my concerns with Goleman and his writing on emotional intelligence.
For example, I want to let people know about the differences between his claims and those of the academic theorists and researchers. I also want to open people's eyes about who Dan Goleman may really be behind his public image; what his possible motivations and intentions may be and what his values and beliefs seem to be.
I believe it is important for the public to take all of this into consideration when reading Goleman's writings and thinking about his version of emotional intelligence.
Some people who have read this page have written that my crtitique is too personal, but others have thanked me for affirming what they also felt or suspected, or for opening their eyes up so as to help prevent them from being misled in their studies or professions.
Before I begin with those concerns, I want to list the reasons I appreciate his work. Hein How Goleman misled the public It is hard to say what Goleman's intentions were when he wrote his book inbut as time goes by it seems to me his intentions were more to persuade people to share his views than to inform them in a truly scientific manner.
There is also doubt about whether he was even originally planning to write a book about emotional intelligence. Regardless of his original intentions, I believe that after Goleman was consciously misleading the public. My web page also publically criticized him for his loose definition of the term emotional intelligence.
Goleman, though, to my knowledge, has never apologized for anything he has said or written, and never shown much interest in clarifying things. In fact, he simply confused the public more with his book "Working with Emotional Intelligence. His goal was quite obviously to cater to the Fortune type managers so he could establish himself as a highly paid consultant, a goal which I think it's fair to say he achieved.
In any event, here is a list of the ways I believe he has been misleading people, whether deliberately or not. After the list I provide more detail and support for my statements. He makes unsupported claims about the power and predictive ability of emotional intelligence.
His own, self-created definition of emotional intelligence includes aspects of personality and behavior which are not correlated to emotional intelligence as it is scientifically defined. He also interchanges terms such as emotional literacy, emotional health, emotional skill, and emotional competency.
He never defines any of these other terms, but he equates them all to emotional intelligence. He tries to make us believe he is presenting something new, when in fact much of what he is reporting has been studied for years under personality research.
He implies that anyone can learn emotional intelligence and fails to acknowledge either the relatively fixed nature of the personality traits he includes in his definition of EI or the differences in innate potential among individuals.
He presents himself as the sole expert in emotional intelligence and fails to give adequate credit to Mayer, Salovey, Caruso and others. He represents his work as "scientific" when it does not hold up to scientific scrutiny.
His personal beliefs about what is "appropriate" contradict the academic theory concerning the value of our emotions.
He still seems to regard emotions as largely something to be controlled and restrained, rather than something to be valued. He has claimed that his ECI test is the "genuine article" when it comes to testing for emotional intelligence, but no one in the academic community seems to think it is even a measure of EI, let alone the "genuine" one.
When he wrote his book in he wanted us to believe the book was about emotional intelligence, but there is strong evidence that Goleman was not intending to write a book about emotional intelligence when he started writing.
It seems much more probable that he was actually writing a book about emotional literacy and then later changed the title of the book to "Emotional Intelligence" so his book would have more sales appeal. See more on this. Now I will give more detail on some of these. Here is one quote from Goleman: Both types of intelligence are important, but they're important in different ways.
IQ contributes, at best, about 20 percent to the factors that determine life success. That leaves 80 percent to everything else. There are many ways in which your destiny in life depends on having the skills that make up emotional intelligence.
See how Goleman says that "IQ contributes, at best, about 20 percent to the factors that determine life success. That leaves 80 percent to everything else" in his interview with the journal Educational Leadership See also my October editorial In the book Goleman also said of emotional intelligence, " In Mayer and Salovey were still investigating whether the concept of emotional intelligence was even scientifically valid, and whether their preliminary tests were reliable.
When Goleman made his claim in Mayer and Salovey had not yet done done any research measuring the correlations between emotional intelligence and anything else. It was not until the late 's that such research was begun. Now that the research from several independent scientists has tarted to come in we know that Goleman's claim can not be supported.
Mayer, Salovey and Caruso write: Although that is desirable, no variable studied in a century of psychology has made such a huge contribution. Models of Emotional Intelligencep. It is not hard to conclude that at least part of the popular excitement surrounding emotional intelligence is due to these very strong claims.– The present research attempts to review literature on the effects of transformational leadership on organizational creativity and innovation.
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