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See Kandi's Work in Several Harvard Business Review Press Books

Cover of a book featuring Dr. Kandi Wiens: Emotional Intelligence, Developing Good Habits.

APRIL 25, 2023

Emotional Intelligence: Developing Good Habits
Cover of a book featuring Dr. Kandi Wiens: Emotional Intelligence, Energy + Motivation.

SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Emotional Intelligence: Energy + Motivation
Cover of a book featuring Dr. Kandi Wiens: Emotional Intelligence, Focus.

DECEMBER 4, 2018

Emotional Intelligence: Focus
Cover of a book featuring Dr. Kandi Wiens, HBR Guide to Designing Your Retirement.

JULY 11, 2023

HBR Guide to Designing Your Retirement
Cover of a book featuring Dr. Kandi Wiens, HBR Guide to Beating Burnout.

DECEMBER 15, 2020

HBR Guide to Beating Burnout
About Kandi

Who Is Dr. Kandi Wiens?

Kandi Wiens, EdD, is a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, director of the Penn Master’s in Medical Education Program and the Penn Health Professions Education Certificate Program, and academic director of the PennCLO Master’s Program. 

Her work has been prominently featured in the Harvard Business Review and in several Harvard Business Review Press books. Kandi has designed and delivered over 2,000 leadership development programs focused on helping leaders hone and use their emotional and social intelligence to amplify their positive impact and protect themselves from burnout.

Kandi holds a Master’s degree as well as a Doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from the University of Oregon, and a BS in Business Administration from Montana State University.

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