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By: Mani Mistry Elavia


Book By Mani Mistry Elavia

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ISBN - 978-93-91078-30-0

Publisher - Authors Tree Publishing

Pages - 105, Language - English

Price  -  Rs. 249/-  Rs. 199/- Only with 20% Discount

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Category -  Non-Fiction/Self-Help/ Parenting/Motherhood

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Do you know EQ or Emotional Quotient is twice as important as IQ or Intelligence Quotient for success in any job? In fact success for those in senior leadership role is determined 85% by their EQ and 15% by their IQ.
The book Beyond IQ –Enrich Your Child’s Emotional and Social Intelligence is designed to share useful insights on how parenting style can enrich or impede the emotional and social development of our children. It provides inputs to parents about appropriate interactions with their children and range of opportunities they can render to their children to help their emotional and social skills bloom. This can equip them for a successful career and a fulfilling family life.
Isn’t that the ultimate you desire for your children?

About Author

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Mani Mistry Elavia

Mani Mistry Elavia fondly known as Grandma Mani is a certified parenting coach and a life skills trainer for children. She is on a mission to enable maximum number of parents, teachers and caregivers to create an enriching and supportive environment for children to succeed in life and confidently face the challenges of this volatile world.
She has rich experience of working with children of varying age, class, academic background and gender. Her coaching has helped parents and caregivers experience a striking shift from high level of frustration to high sense of fulfilment.
Her life skills training for children are designed to help them grow up as confident adults with a scientific mind, a humane heart and positive outlook.
She succeeded in bringing about 360 degree change in the attitude of children in a child care institute by introducing positive parenting practices. This change has sustained even years after children have moved out of the institute.


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