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Discovering You

First Steps for Developing Your Emotional Intelligence

by Rebecca Haskett & David Neidert



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/26/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 96
ISBN : 9781512753905
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 96
ISBN : 9781512753899

About the Book

Max De Pree, international bestselling author and Christian statesman, describes Discovering You as a very good book that “teaches critical lessons for becoming the person you intend to be.” This book provides a tested method for personal mission development and awareness essential for a healthy emotional intelligence. Those completing the book write again and again of its impact on their lives and those around them. Dana Byers, Pastor, captures the sentiment of many when she writes, “I taught from the Discovering You workbook for more than two years. The material gets me excited about my own personal mission every time I share the workbook with others. Becky and David’s work is truly changing lives.” Join hundreds who are finding Discovering You an inspiring tool for personal growth and life purpose.

About the Author

Rebecca Haskett, EdD, is currently professor of business management at Anderson University’s Falls School of Business, teaching in the areas of management, organizational behavior, nonprofit leadership, and strategic planning. She has been on the faculty since 1996. She completed her EdD in higher education at Indiana University, with a minor in nonprofit strategic management. Haskett’s doctoral dissertation is Emotional Intelligence and Teaching Success in Higher Education.

Rebecca is the co-founder of the EQ “Think Tank” networking organization. She is a certified trainer in TalentSmart Emotional Intelligence training curriculum and the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal, and has completed the BarOn EQ-i Emotional Intelligence Certification program. She also presents seminars and workshops on EI. Some of her recent clients include the Department of Homeland Security, Edward Jones, Indiana Business College, and Center for Mental Health, as well as Ball State University as a keynote speaker on topic of EI for their annual Teaching and Learning Conference.

Rebecca’s past experience includes 17 years as a CPA for General Motors, along with leading the organizational strategic planning process. She may be contacted at

David Neidert, MA, is the author of the nationally distributed book Four Seasons of Leadership, now in its third edition (Unlimited Publishing, 2008). Additionally, he has contributed to the book A New Paradigm of Leadership: A Vision of Excellence for 21st Century Organizations, with authors such as Stephen Covey, Ken Blanchard, Peter Senge, and Peter Drucker (1997). He also is a contributor, with his daughter, to the book Love: Bridges of Reconciliation (2003). He has edited nearly a dozen curricular manuals as well as authored others used nationally for theological and biblical studies. His first children’s book is God Quest: Search*Explore*Discover (Warner Press, Inc., July 2007).

David has been teaching at the university level since 1987 and has also taught more than 200 seminars and workshops across the country. He is a former national president of the International Management Council of the YMCA (IMC) and former chair of the Board of Regents of the Institute of Certified Professional Managers (an international management certification and testing institute) at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, and past chair of the Board of Directors, Indiana Ministries of the Church of God. He has also been trained by the Center for Creative Leadership (Greensboro, NC).

David has received a variety of awards for his civic involvement and teaching, including IMC’s highest honor, The 2003 Wilbur McFeely Award, for his books and teaching in the area of human development and leadership. He served with Anderson University from 1978 to 2016 in a variety of capacities, including director of human resources, director of auxiliary services, and the director of admissions and enrollment coordinator, the graduate School of Theology. He is currently a professional speaker, writer, and consultant. He may be contacted at