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Conscious Intelligence Competencies: Taking Emotional Intelligence to the Next Level for Our 21st Century World of Relationships with Yourself and Others, in Business, with the Planet, and Beyond is a work of non-fiction in the business, advice, and social issues sub-genres, and was penned by author Kashonia Carnegie, Ph.D. The work is intended for the professional and aspiring professional reading audience. It contains plenty of solid and well-developed advice on the ethics and philosophy of moving towards a wider view that benefits more than just oneself in the world of business, otherwise termed by the author as moving from ‘Me’ to ‘We’. What results is a refreshing humanitarian view of future conduct in the working world.
Author Kashonia Carnegie, Ph.D. has crafted a valuable work with a morally important message to offer its readers, and a thorough approach to its own philosophy from every angle to ensure that a full overview of the ethos and repercussions of such a movement is given. One of the features which I found particularly impressive about this piece was its definitive nature which, rather than giving a load of buzz words and foggy terms, really takes the time to explain each concept and term using real-world examples that everyone on every level could understand. The author’s authority on the subject is clear in the smooth, confident narrative, which also sparks an inspiring note of compassion that marries well with the over-arching ethos of the piece. Overall, I would highly recommend Conscious Intelligence Competencies to readers who want to learn more about their own ethical responsibilities to the current and future planet.