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Emotional Intelligence as a Measure of an Employee’s Overall Effectiveness

Drishtikon: A Management Journal

Volume 3 Issue 2

Published: 2012
Author(s) Name: Sameeksha Barthwal, Som Aditya Juyal
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Abstract

In present times Emotional Intelligence (EI) has become the major rationale for employee effectiveness and organizational growth. Employee functionality is determined by their level of self awareness, self regulation, motivation, social awareness and social skills, which are the primary factors determining employee emotional intelligence level. Awareness about self, molded with strict self discipline and higher levels of motivation along with the awareness about environment, people and culture and skills to better manage social relations can redeem constructive, committed and effective employee for better organizational roles and performances. The present study introspects the relationship of EI with Organizational Commitment, Work Motivation, Self Efficacy, and Organizational Effectiveness disposed by an employee. The study has been conducted among 300 mid and senior level managers of ONGC at Dehradun.

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