Factors Affecting Emotional Intelligence

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This paper explores the level of emotional Intelligence of the faculties in higher education and how it varies across demographics groups. Faculty of educational Institutions were taken as the sample size of 301.Uttar Pradesh has been considered as a geographical location. In demographics Age, Gender, Marital Status and professional designations are considered. Here, these designations are segregated in the groups of Instructor, Assistant, Associate and Professor. This study is a way to find out that what demographic factors affects Emotional Intelligence and how we can improve emotional Intelligence.
To understand Emotional Intelligence first need to understand what actually emotions are? Emotions are deep rooted prominent
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The capabilities of employees matters for the organization’s growth. With these capabilities one more attribute has been added which got the hype after Denial Goleman’s work ‘Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More than IQ’ in year 1994 to 1997 in this time period this concept popularized and broadened its area of impact. Goleman was not the person who actually coined this term was Wayne Payne. He used this term in his doctoral thesis entitled ‘A study of emotion: Developing emotional intelligence; self-integration; relating to fear, pain and desire.’ Further it was carry forward by Peter Salovey and John Mayer in 1990 with their landmark article Emotional Intelligence in the renounced Journal.
The most formal definition of Emotional Intelligence refers to the ability to identify and express emotions, understand emotions assimilate emotions in thought and regulate positive and negative emotions in one and others. Generally emotional intelligence is relates to understand and regulate emotions in extreme conditions. This concept suggests that the competencies of perception, understanding, utilizing and managing emotions effectively in oneself and others comprise the core of emotional
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