Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence And Leadership

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Anand, R., & UdayaSuriyan, G. (2010). Emotional intelligence and its relationship with leadership practices. International Journal of Business and Management, 5(2), 65?76.
Using two instruments, the EII, and LPI, the authors (Anand & UdayaSuriyan, 2010) surveyed 300 executives selected randomly. The hypothesis examined emotional intelligence and leadership practices. With globalization, employees are expected to accept constant organizational changes. Leaders are expected to be agile and approachable at all times. Effective leaders are looked upon to keep morale and performance high. The authors used the rationale that ?hence the relationship between emotional intelligence and their leadership
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& Mojsa-Kaja J. (2013). Emotional intelligence and team roles: Analysis of interdependencies with regard to teamwork effectiveness. International Journal of Contemporary Management, 12(4), 32-44.
The aim of this study was to examine the factors that determine the effectiveness of teamwork as a necessary aspect of management science. This was essentially a pilot study that involved the use of an emotional intelligence scale and a self-perception inventory measurement instruments. The study endeavored to describe the connection between psychosocial dynamics such as the ability to detect and manage emotions and team roles. MCSEIT was used for purposes of analysis of the data gathered. Results indicated a positive connection linking the management of emotions and the ability to perceive them. This also enhanced the ability to maintain groups. This study affirmed the connection between emotional intelligence and team roles through the ability to control emotions and sustain groups. Therefore, emotional intelligence is of great importance in the process of handling groups because it equips people with the ability to identify their emotions and how to manage them. This significantly improves their leadership
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In addition, the study examined the role of demographics on emotional intelligence and personality. Every and Girdano (1986) scale was employed in measuring emotional intelligence while Eysenck Personality Inventory (1964) scale was employed for personality. Data collection involved the gathering of primary data using standardized scales. Microsoft Excel was used for coding of the data. For the analytical part, a standard statistical package known as Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) was used. In testing the hypotheses, F-ratio, Correlation and t-test were employed. The study found that there was a noteworthy and positive correlation between personality and emotional intelligence. In addition, demographic variables immensely influenced emotional intelligence and personality. Therefore, personality is an imperative factor in emotional intelligence. This implies that the type of personality determines the level of emotional intelligence. Demographic factors determine personality, thus influencing emotional

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