Emotional Intelligence Concepts

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Definitions of Concepts Emotional Intelligence
“Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive emotion, to access and generate emotions so as to promote emotional intelligence that as a faculty related to emotion and social learning which influenced someone’s ability to face the challenges in their surrounding effectively”.
Mayer,Salovery.Caruso Emotional intelligence Test(1990).
Operational: For this study, Schutte’s Emotional intelligence model is used. This model has are 4 branch or dimensions. Such as, Emotion Perception, managing other, managing self-relevant, and Utilizing emotion (Brackett and Salovery, 2006 ). Emotion Perception
Conceptual: According to (Brackett and Salovery,2006 ) they emotion perception that
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He includes a set of emotional competencies have are four main emotional intelligence constructs. Firstly, self-awareness is the ability to read one's emotions and recognize their impact while using gut feelings to guide decisions. Secondly, Self-management about controlling one's emotions and impulses and adapting to changing circumstances. Thirdly, the social awareness means the ability to sense, understand, and react to other's emotions while comprehending social networks. Finally, relationship management is the ability to inspire, influence, and develop others while managing conflict (Goleman,…show more content…
This theory is concerned with job environment and is extrinsic to the job itself. These models are called ‘hygiene’ factors and include such elements as: company policies and administration supervision working conditions interpersonal relations money, status and security. The other set of factors are those which, if present, serve to motivate the individual to superior effort and performance. This is ‘motivators’ or growth factors such as achievement, increased responsibility, challenging work, recognition for achievements, growth and development.
David McClelland (1955)
This model identified three basic type of motivation need for people. According David (1955) three needs can be present in a person but the weight attached to each can vary. The three needs are:
(a) Need for achievement - where this is high then people have an intense desire to succeed and an equally intense fear of failure.
(b) Need for affiliation - where this is high people tend to seek acceptance by others, need to feel loved and are concerned with maintaining pleasant social
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