Is there a way to raise our children to be happy? To heal our marriages? Reduce on-the job bickering? In the twenty-first century, the answer is yes. Taking us beyond the groundbreaking power of emotional intelligence revealed in his previous runaway bestsellers, Daniel Goleman now presents startling new findings regarding the science of social interaction. Exploring a broad spectrum of relationshipsbetween parents and children, bosses and co-workers, teachers and students, husbands and wives, and even world leaders navigating international politicsSocial Intelligencereveals how cutting-edge research in neuroscience can explain and enhance our most fundamental experiences with one another, revealing that we are all "wired to connect." Bridging intriguing discoveries with everyday experiences ranging from attraction to anxiety,Social Intelligenceunlocks the keys to our true nature. And, contrary to what pessimists claim, that true nature is a compassionate one, with a built-in bias toward friendship, cooperation, and generosity. The questions and discussion topics that follow are intended to enhance your reading of Daniel Goleman'sSocial Intelligence.We hope they will enrich your experience of this exhilarating guide to the science of human interaction.Goleman, Daniel is the author of 'Social Intelligence The New Science of Human Relationships', published 2006 under ISBN 9780553803525 and ISBN 0553803522.