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  • Perception of Entrepreneurial Orientation and Emotional Intelligence: A Study on India’s Future Techno-Managers
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  • organisation behavior
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  • Emotional Intelligence Coaching
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  • School Violence
    as their behavior may be motivated by a desire to break the law and challenge obedience and punishment. There are different categories of violent behaviours that take place in the school context, including those directly directed towards objects or school material and those directly directed towards individuals...
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  • Organizational Behaviour
    model of Individual Behaviour Definitions: * Cognitive empathy (I understand how you feel) * Emotional empathy (I share your pain, joy…) * cognitive dissonance* (thinking) * emotional labour* (feeling) * emotional intelligence (versus IQ) ...
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    purposes. It is ―meant for all students not just for those who deviate from the norm in one direction or the other‖. Jone, A.J., pointing out the relationship between guidance and education observes, ‗All guidance is education but some aspects of education are not guidance. Their objectives are the same the...
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  • Ethical Leadership Behaviour: Exploring the Unexplored Dimensions
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  • Cause of Employee Turnover
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  • Organisational Behavior Notes
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  • Strategic Management
    of what one is feeling? Is self understanding Is the knowledge of one’s true feelings at the moment? Is one of Goleman’s five dimensions of emotional intelligence in the workplace? Eg: Raju recognises that he is angry, so that he will wait himself to cool down and gather more information before taking...
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  • ORGANIZATIONAL EMOTIONAL OWNERSHIP, WORKPLACE SPIRITUALITY AND JOB SATISFACTION AS MODERATORS OF JOB STRESS
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