H. and Karounos, T.J. (2009), “Exploring the Link between Emotional Intelligence and Cross-Cultural Leadership Effectiveness”, Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies, Vol. 1, Feb. 2009, pp. 1 – 13. Introduction Along with the globalization of business, many corporations are facing the challenge of operating in a different culture. The writers made a connection between emotional intelligence and cross-cultural leadership effectiveness to deal with this situation, this article also
Discussion The findings show that emotional intelligence and transformational leadership can increase the performance of managers as well as their followers. The transformational leadership is based off leaders motivating employees to perform better in their organizations. The transformational leader is linked to traits such as charisma which is then linked to trust and compassion. Moreover, transformational leadership was linked with Big Five Personality Traits extraversion and agreeableness.
Emotional Intelligence Training for Increased Success The global business environment is complex and dynamic. Everyone working in business across the globe is experiencing stress (Singh & Sharma, 2012). Due to the quick pace at which decisions may need to be made, understanding the impact of mood and emotions on decision making is important for leaders (Brabec, 2012). Decisions are made at all levels within the organization, therefore emotional intelligence skills are required for everyone within
articles to discuss the relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership. I will discuss the reasoning for the credibility of each source chosen for this paper, summarize interesting information provided by each article, discuss any findings related to the topic, and discuss how the topic will influence my future behaviors. Overview of Credible Sources Before I can start discussing the relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership, I must explain why the three sources used in
Emotional Intelligence Tanveer Vora 1610793 University Canada West Professor: Dr. Michele Vincenti MGMT601 & Leadership in the Global Context 16th January 2017 Abstract The paper discusses about the emotional intelligence, which has various factors. The factors are self awareness, motivation, self regulation, social skills and empathy. In case of effective leadership, these factors plays major role. However, emotional intelligence is teachable to improve the personal skills and personality.
customer base, product quality, reputation, leadership, organizational culture, innovation, intellectual property, patents, leadership, and customer or governmental relationships, to reduce and/or eliminate threats, such as substitution, buyer power, or new entry, and increase seller power (Ployhart, 2012; Ramesar, Koortzen, & Oosthuizen, 2009; Singh, 2009; Srivatvaa & Martinette, 2013). Consequently, rather it is innovation, product quality, leadership, relationships, or patents organizations cannot
years emotional intelligence has become one of the hottest topics between organizations. Researches have been working on this topic for time to time, to demonstrate or refute the importance of feelings. In the beginning common thoughts from managers and or supervisors were; emotions are in the way; emotions try to keep us from making good decisions; emotions increase a lack on focusing. Fortunately, an indeed research takes emotional intelligence to an ultimate ideal in which intelligence is based
education is lacking in regard to the study of emotional intelligence and empathy within their business leadership programs. Empathy is defined as, “the feeling that you understand and share another person's experiences and emotions: the ability to share someone else's feelings,” (Merriam-Webster, 2014). Emotional intelligence and empathy will be observed throughout this paper as a result of two separate studies, each were conducted with regard to leadership. Please note that the first article focuses
will address how emotional intelligence impacts an employees’ communication and success in an organization. Recognizing, understanding and managing the verbal and non-verbal emotions of themselves and others can positively impact their performance and the organizations. Emotional intelligence could be the missing link from taking an organization from good to great. Emotional Intelligence: The Missing Link The understanding of how individuals with average intellectual intelligence (IQ) could outperform
situations abound in leadership roles, and these situations can create emotionally demanding or stressful responses that have an effect on leaders and members alike (Siebert-Adzic, Soares, & Jacobs, 2012). Leaders that can leverage their strengths, attributes, or other characteristics may increase their chances of exceling when these events do occur (Arnold, Connelly, Walsh, Martin Ginis, & Ginis, 2015). One area of interest for coping with tense emotional situations is emotional intelligence, specifically