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This study explored the relationships between emotional intelligence, career decision making difficulties, and student retention. The participants included freshmen students in a private Midwestern university. The study compared the scores on an assessment of emotional intelligence, the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i), with the scores on the Career Decision Making Difficulties Questionnaire (CDDQ). The subjects were also asked to report their intention to return for a second year of studies. A relationship was found between overall emotional intelligence, intrapersonal skills, stress management, and student retention.
The person who remains resilient in the face of life’s inevitable challenges, who can establish a lasting intimate romantic connection with another individual, and who can achieve a high level of occupational value, is thought to be well on the way to living a meaningful, satisfying and ultimately successful life. Illustrated through a series of three empirical psychological studies, this book explores the means by which emotional intelligence contributes through its constituent elements to these three highly desirable life outcomes.
The focus of this study was to investigate the relationship among a set of variables that might influence students’ level of achievement in English. Of primary interest was the influence of emotional intelligence. Other variables included: (a) family encouragement for learning English, (b) study habits, (c) levels of engagement, and (d) attitudes toward studying English. Relationships among variables were included in a model that was developed through a review of the literature. Structural Equation Modelling was the primary method used to analyse data, with AMOS selected as the programme to test the model. Results suggest that emotional intelligence has a direct effect on students’ achievement in English. In addition, they suggest that emotional intelligence affects achievement in English indirectly, through family encouragement, study habits, and levels of engagement. This study provides a useful contribution to the understanding of emotional intelligence. It encourage policy makers, classroom practitioners, and families to remember that emotional intelligence should be promoted for students to benefit fully from learning opportunity offered at school, and within the home.
The construct of emotional intelligence has gained popular attention in a range of different domains. Following research that highlights the efficacy of emotional intelligence, Sport Psychologists have also become increasingly interested in examining emotional intelligence in sport settings. This book examines both conceptual and methodological issues related to emotional intelligence. Following an examination of these issues, the book considers the working relationship of emotional intelligence in sport. The findings and suggestions from this book should be useful for both practitioners and students interested in the field of emotions within sport.
A unique business parable that teaches career-building through the powerful similarities between making decisions in ones professional and romantic lives. This book presents clear-cut, sure-fire rules for getting a job or building a career: For the millions of Americans who are unemployed, the parable covers the full spectrum of the job search, from seeking out interviews to successfully transitioning into a new work environment. Professional recruiter Danny Cahill uses a "book within a book" format to provide specific tips on how to resign from a fruitless job, benefit from social media, design an attractive resume, and much more. An accessible and engaging business narrative with actionable insights: An interview is a date, leaving a job is a break up, severance is alimony; not only does "Harpers Rules" help readers make career decisions, it improves their personal relationships as well. For those unsatisfied at work or unfulfilled in love, the parables practical solutions will alleviate the deep-seated fear that you cant be in love and successful at the same time. Author is one of Americas leading head-hunters with a background as a successful playwright: Cahill, the owner of one of the countrys largest head-hunting firms, has the experience and expertise necessary to offer effective, insider tips on job-hunting and career building that readers need for success. And, with off- Broadway credentials and awards as a playwright, his writing gives readers a front-row seat to a riveting career and relationship drama.
Parenting styles have been an important predictor of emotional intelligence in children. Different parenting styles affect the development of emotional intelligence of children differently. The emotional intelligence in turn, makes a student/child to learn the coping strategies, and to help him/her to adjust successfully in the environment. The emotional intelligence has a direct effect on the educational achievement of the child. Thus this research work has rightly uncovers the role of different parenting styles on the formation of emotional intelligence in children.
Emotional intelligence is a topic of interest for both academia and industry. Claims have been made about the role and importance of emotional intelligence in personal and professional life. Most of the empirical evidences provided for these claims about emotional intelligence belong to the developed world. This study is an effort to provide an Indian perspective on the role of emotional intelligence in effective leadership and conflict resolution.
This study has been divided into two stages. The first stage was developing a validated measure of Islamic respect in leadership. In this stage, focus group sessions were conducted to generate the items for Islamic respect. Those items generated from the focus group sessions were further used in instrument development in an online survey questionnaire for scale reduction and validation. The second stage of this study used a cross-sectional design and measures collected through the use of a questionnaire. The participants were 203 matched leader-subordinate dyad in a Malaysian Islamic Insurance company. The results showed that the combination of both leader and follower emotional intelligence moderated the relationship between Islamic leader-member exchange and a number of important work related outcomes. The results suggest that emotional intelligence can help leaders and subordinates to facilitate stronger identification and emotional attachments with each other.
Enhancing Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence attempts to explore the different ways by which Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence can be enhanced. This concise and engaging text provides a stimulating analysis of the diverse aspects of Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence. A detailed and extensive discussion of the theoretical and conceptual framework on Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence makes this landmark text an essential reading to the students and researchers with an interest in these intelligences. It is intended to find out the effectiveness of the experiential learning programme in enhancing the Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence of novice teachers. The book will be of relevance to teachers, students and scholars in the field of education.
In recent years Emotional Intelligence has been a topic of argument in the field of education. This study aimed to find the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Performance, Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment, also studied the relationship between Adjustment and Academic Performance among Young Adults.The Participants of the study were 100 young adults aged 18 to 20 years. The Bell’s Adjustment Inventory and The Emotional Quotient Inventory were administered on them to examine Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment of the subjects. The subjects Percentage was also noted as a measure of Academic Performance. The results showed that there was no significant relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Performance. The findings indicated that there was positive significant relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment. The results also indicated a positive significant relationship between Adjustment and Academic Performance among young adults.
Emotional intelligence (EI) is considered an important element in a broad spectrum of skills and enables employees to create value for their organizations and themselves. Researches indicate that emotional intelligence is associated with successful performance outcomes in a range of domains including academia, business, professional and personal lives. This book sets out to explore the relevance, application, scope and influence of Emotional Intelligence on employees’ emotional adjustment at workplace in Indian IT organizations. The book is divided into seven chapters. Chapter one discusses concept of emotional intelligence, Chapter two elaborates IT industry in India, Chapter three reviews the literature present on Emotional Intelligence, Chapter four is devoted to the research objectives and research design, Chapter five deals with detailed analysis of the study. Chapter six includes an overview of results of various statistical tests and Chapter seven presents recommendations, scope for the future work and limitations of the study.
From the author of the bestselling Mindfulness: Be Mindful. Live in the Moment. Emotional Intelligence is fast becoming the skill to master that will unlock your true potential. You ve probably noticed that it s not the smartest people that
The current study investigates the relationship between emotional intelligence, psychological and subjective well-being with a sample of 300 students. The age range of students were between 16 to 25 years. Sample was gathered from different universities and colleges of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Emotional intelligence became the main area of concern after the work of Goleman (1988), according to him IQ represents only 20% achievement in person's life, and rest decided through emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence supports social functioning, fulfillment, meaning in life and satisfaction with life. The study demonstrates the relationship of emotional intelligence, psychological and subjective well-being on sample regarding age, education and gender. The significant results was gathered on demographics which also highlight the cultural aspects.
This study of 100 9th grade students in a California school shows how positive emotional refocusing, using techniques developed by the Institute of HeartMath, significantly affects emotional intelligence and improves autonomic recovery from stress. Based on a controlled study that included helping students learn and practice emotional refocusing techniques, the results show that a bio-psychosocial model can greatly benefit all young people through improving performance and reducing the damaging effects of stress.