Emotional Intelligence Dissertation or Thesis by hicaliber

Emotional Intelligence
A review of issues in theoretical construct and measurement (emotional intelligence) pertaining to business administration.
# 95347 | 8,036 words | 104 sources | APA | 2006 | US
Published on May 21, 2007 in Business (Human Resources) , Business (Management) , Psychology (General) , Sociology (General)


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Description:

This dissertation proposal examines the relationship that exists between the role of 'emotional intelligence' and 'effective leadership and job success'. According to the paper, the theory of emotional intelligence states that emotional intelligence "is a combination of the intelligence we have that helps us both know and manage ourselves well, and the intelligence that we have that helps us understand, motivate and relate effectively to other people." The paper further discusses how even the most academically brilliant among us are vulnerable to being undone by unruly emotions.

Outline:
Introduction
Emotional Intelligence Theory
EI as a Form of Intelligence
Spearman - Psychological Ability
Thorndike Social Intelligence
Weshsler - "Non-Intellective Abilities"
Howard Gardner - "Multiple Intelligences"
Mayer & Salovey - "Four Branch Model"
Daniel Goleman - Personal and Social Competencies
Reuven Bar-On - EI in the Context of Personality Theory
Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
EI and Successful Organizational Leadership
Summary and Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Abraham, R. (2000).The role of job control as a moderator of emotional dissonance andemotional intelligence-outcome relationships. Journal of Psychology, Vol.134, 2.
  • Abraham, R. (1999). Emotional intelligence in organizations: a conceptualization. genetic, social, & general psychology monographs, Vol.126, 2.
  • BarOn, R. (1996). The Emotional quotient inventory (EQ-1): A test of emotionalintelligence. Toronto: Multi-Health Systems.
  • Berk, L. (1994). Child development. Needham Heights, Massachusetts: ParamountPublishing.
  • BeShears, R.S.(2004). The ability of emotional intelligence to predict transformationalleadership when personality, affect, and cognitive ability are controlled. (Doctoral Dissertation, Wayne State University)

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