The Effects Of Emotional Intelligence On The Workplace

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Emotional intelligence can also be perceived as “the subset of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one 's own and others ' feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them and to use this information to guide one 's thinking and actions" (Salovey & Mayer, 1990)
Observing the actions of your employees can become second nature and non-noticeable. Evaluating the individual substances which can include but not be limited to, how motivated they are, job satisfaction, how well they perform on the job takes a sharp eye and being innovative and knowing the expertise of one’s HR department. As we learned during this week 's discussions and assignments that there are methods to the madness to consider what will work best when trying to find the system that is tailored for your organization.
Most of the time employers complain about the motivation their employees or lack thereof. These issues can affect the performance of the employer, employee and the profitability of the business. This can work both positive and negative. Overcoming this, employers have to come up with a method of ways to address the issues.
These questions can be resolved and often addressing these motivational issues also proves highly beneficial for the employer as well as the employee.
One issue that is tough to try to overcome is when employee morale is low. Once employee morale becomes low, it is very hard to overcome and takes a lot of working between the employer and the employees
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