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  • Essay On Emotional Dissonance

    article examined in the paper is “Linking Emotional Dissonance and Service Climate to Well-Being at Work: A Cross-Level Analysis.” As described in the title, this article examines the use of emotional dissonance and service climate as independent variables in predicting well-being at work. The research was performed because employee well-being continues to be a topic of social interest as the service sector is the largest in total jobs in the United States and Europe (Bureau of Labour Statistics, 2001; European Commission, 2008). The sample used in the study consisted of Spanish hotel service workers in customer facing roles. The study was constructed to review relationships on the individual level as well as the organizational level.…

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  • Emotional Labour Case Study

    organisation, from front-row workers to senior management team (Huczynski and Buchanan, 2013). Every single employee disguises one’s actual feelings and emotions and display false ones (Huczynski and Buchanan, 2013). Therefore certain issues need to be addressed: how are those emotions are controlled within an organisation? Who exercises this control? What is emotional labour and what it involves? How does it affect employees? In order to answer these questions, various academic sources were…

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  • Happiness In Workplace

    al. hypothesized that positive emotions can be transmitted to the employee’s partner and that positive vigor and dedication are positively related to happiness. This study is one of the only to explore happiness in regards to translation to a partner with association to work. In empirical terms, the study aimed to explore if daily work events and the attitude influenced by those events are carried home in the form of happiness. Their results concluded that the “positive effects of work…

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  • Surface Acting Literature Review

    Introduction: Emotions at work have attracted a fair amount of attention from scientist and practitioners over the past decades. One of the topics is emotional labour which was introduced by Hochschild (1983). The concept of emotional labour has many aspects to it such as surface acting, deep acting, intensity of emotional display, the duration of emotional display, range of emotional display, automatic emotion regulation and many more. Their effects on an employee’s work satisfaction, their…

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  • Resonant Leadership Style In Nursing

    Another style of leadership that produces positive work environments is resonant leadership style (Laschinger et al., 2014). Resonant leadership is founded on emotional intelligence and leaders with resonant leadership are connected with their surroundings and are able to read the emotions and thoughts of those around them (Laschinger et al., 2014). Resonant leaders encourage strong and trusting relationships by controlling their emotions and those around them and can read people due to their…

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  • Advantages Of Implementing Ipv6

    IPv6 The internet was invented around the early 1960s with the research of Packet switching. What they called ARPANET led to the development of the internetworking, where multiple networks could be join together over to create a network of networks. IP defined by RFC791 was the first widely used version of the internet protocol. This was known as version four, this would make you think that there were three other version of IP before this version however there really was not. IPv4 was…

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  • Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence And Leadership

    UdayaSuriyan, G. (2010). Emotional intelligence and its relationship with leadership practices. International Journal of Business and Management, 5(2), 65?76. http://doi.org/10.1108/02683940910922546. 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…

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  • The Importance Of Intelligence In Flowers For Algernon

    by others because he is becoming so smart. Charlie 's rapid increase of intelligence raises a conflict; he has an emotional fallout and this leads to Alice, his love to leave him. Charlie realizes his regression when he passes through the stages of intelligence, knowing he may lose all his progress following the operation. A couple of days after the operation Charlie starts to learn new things such as multiplication and basic grammar, but still is not at a high enough intellect as his…

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  • Emotional Intelligence Essay

    How Do We Introduce Emotional Intelligence to Children? Children are constantly faced with a barrage of emotions and challenges that they are ill equipped to deal with. It is these challenges and associated feelings which establish the basis for a child’s need for emotional intelligence. In Kahn’s (2013) article, she quotes Mark Brackett, a senior research scientist at Yale as saying “educators and parents have long assumed that a child’s ability to cope with such stresses is either innate —…

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  • A Story About The Body Analysis

    composer to experiment with a different kind of woman, one he found beautiful and exotic, simply because it was new to him and an unknown experience seems to be waiting. It would be expected that he would be insecure himself, especially if the woman is older, more experienced, or of a different culture than his own. Personally, it can be believed that the young composer became just as insecure as the painter when he learned of her secret. Perhaps if the young composer was just looking for…

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