• Communication Effectiveness Mediates the Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence and Strategic Alignment
    vital role in the growth and success of organizations of Iran. Emotional intelligence (EI) and communication effectiveness are proposed as an important predictor of key organizational outcomes including strategic alignment. The paper is undertaken to understand the relationship between demographic...
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  • Emotional Intelligent
    that our notion of intelligence should be expanded to include “emotional intelligence” (EI), which has generally been defined as the ability to perceive, understand, and manage one’s emotions (Mayer & Salovey, 1997; Boyatsis, Goleman & Hay/McBer, 1999). Media reported by Wigod (1998) have heralded the...
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  • Emotional Intelligence and Transformational and Transactional Leader
    = credibility interval; MLQ = Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire. leadership and those that used multi-source ratings (i.e., EI ratings and transformational leadership ratings came from different sources). The most typical of these studies were designs that relied on self-ratings for both EI and...
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  • Humen Relation
    | Structured Questionnaire | Secondary data source | Internet, magazines, Existing literatures, Research papers. | Chi-Test | Chi Square = (Oi-Ei)2/n | Hypothesis Formulation 1. Order H0:- There is no significant difference in placing order . Ha:- There is significant difference in...
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  • Leadership and Management: a Review of Current Academic Research
    use of emotional intelligence (EI) in leading and managing. This is partly based on my instinct that this is an area of strength for me, but also because it is my experience that it is not a very well developed skill in current management practice. In The New Leaders, Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis...
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  • Impact of Emotional Intelligent on Effective Management
    . Information was gathered using two instruments from a sample of 50 leaders and raters. The leadership evaluation construct questionnaire was used to determine leader’s effectiveness, while the emotional competence inventory (ECI 2.0) was used to determine the emotional intelligence of the leaders. Data...
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  • The Relationship Between Emotional Competence and Team Based Learning (Proposal)
    distributing questionnaires to obtain a complete research on emotional intelligence which encompass both individual and team level means and the accompanied consequences. 2.1 Research Question and Objectives * Research questions i) What is the relationship between emotional competences and...
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  • Coulture
    dependent on others; whereas, Japanese viewed themselves as higher in self-esteem based on their dependence on others. Emotional Intelligence Emotional intelligence (EI) has been defined as “the ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them and to use this...
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  • Does Student Leadership Participation Enhance Thedevelopment of Emotional Intelligence
    Student Government members at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) during the fall 2008 quarter. The Bar-On Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i) was used to assess student leaders’ Emotional Intelligence (EI) development (N = 27). A two sample t-test was used to...
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  • Leadership
    Questionnaire (TEIQue), which was specifically designed to measure the construct comprehensively and is available in many languages. The TEIQue provides an operationalization for the model of Petrides and colleagues, that conceptualizes EI in terms of personality.[25] The test encompasses 15...
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  • Leadership Effectiveness
    Leadership, Emotional Intelligence and Employee Engagement: Creating a Psychologically Healthy Workplace Kenneth Nowack, Ph.D. Envisia Learning ken@envisialearning.com www.envisialearning.com What is Emotional Intelligence? The most widely accepted model of emotional intelligence (EI) has been...
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  • American English Began as the First of Britain's Colonial
    Atlantic colonies (beginning with Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607) and New England (where the Mayflower landed the Pilgrim Fathers in 1620). * the original bridgeheads via urban hearths like Boston, Massachusetts, Richmond, Virginia, and then Charleston, South Carolina, such accents got rooted in...
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  • Corporate Ethics
    Forsyth (1980) created a relatively parsimonious way to measure personal moral philosophies, by capturing differences on idealism and relativism in a test called the Ethics Position Questionnaire (EPQ). As recently pointed out by Cadogan et al. (2009), these two dimensions of personal moral philosophies...
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  • Business Management
    , Bantam, New York. Goleman, D. (1998), Working with Emotional Intelligence, Bloomsbury Publishing, London. Goleman, D., Boyatzis, R., and McKee, A (2002). Primal Leadership: Realizing the power of EI. Boston, Harvard Business School Press. Higgs, M. (2003). How can we make sense of leadership in...
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  • Cultural Differences and Emotional Intelligence
    Intelligence (EI). In this research paper, the role of EI in determining leadership effectiveness was reviewed to explain emotional characteristics specific to five countries: Nigeria, Mexico, Russia, Argentina, and China. These countries were included in a study called Project Globe. GLOBE is the...
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  • Role of Emotional Intelligence in Organizational Learning: an Empirical Study.
    can be traced to Thorndike's (1920) concept of social intelligence, Wechsler's (1940) proposition of non-intellective abilities as well as Gardner's (1983) conceptualisation of personal intelligence. However, the term of 'emotional intelligence' (EI) owes its origin to Salovey and Mayer (1990...
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  • Impact of Electronic Banking System
    system in Nigeria. Through the cluster sampling techniques, data was collected by means of questionnaires from 40 unity bank Officers and the result shows that Unity Bank electronic banking guidelines are in line with CBN electronics banking guidelines. The Bank has an effective electronic banking system...
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  • emotional inteligence
    questionnaire designed to assess the twenty EI competencies just described, to nearly six hundred corporate managers and professionals and engineering, management, and social work graduate students. Respondents were asked to indicate the degree to which statements about EI-related behaviors—for...
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  • Emotional Intelligence Coaching
    , 106–10 developing 63, 107–10 identifying emotions 109 increasing 108–09 and intuition 108 learning from the past 109–10 and listening skills 142–43 questionnaire 93 self-efficacy 161 and the EI coach 204 ‘self-fulfilling prophecy’ 15 self-management 12, 22–23, 75, 161 self-regard 21, 52, 53–56, 75...
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  • ** the Iliad**
    -mcdonalds-human-relationships http://books.google.com.my/books?id=kleg0QYjidUC&pg=PA257&lpg=PA257&dq=Mcdonalds+human+relation&source=bl&ots=iPfSycjsPG&sig=mqOh1nQ965wJUO0rhT3CbnTirl4&hl=en&sa=X&ei=SKB_UN3hFsOrrAe4roH4CQ&ved=0CDYQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=Mcdonalds...
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