The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence And Leadership Style That Differentiate Effective Leaders

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The purpose of this quantitative correlation study is to examine the degree and extent of a relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership style that differentiate effective leaders. A brief review of the literature was conducted using the following resources, Northcentral University Library (NCU Roadrunner), Google Scholar, Galileo, and ProQuest. Several searches included peer-reviewed publications and academic journals such as the International Journal of Business Management, Journal of Business Studies Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Review of International Comparative Management. In addition, The Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Managerial Sciences, Journal of Soft Skills, Business and Social Sciences,…show more content…
Table 2 Summary of Reviewed and Cited Sources by Type Source Type Peer Reviewed Articles Articles & Other Sources Dissertations Books Total Reviewed for the study 221 6 3 13 284 Cited sources in the study 60 4 0 6 70 Table 3 displays the cited sources by publication date. The majority or 40% of the cited sources used were published in the last three years. Also, 54% of the cited sources were published between 2001 and 2013. Table 3 Cited Sources by Publication Date Publication Date 2014 - 2016 2001 - 2013 2000 - 1998 1970 - 1997 Total Cited Sources 28 38 2 2 70 Leadership Lopez-Zafra, Garcia-Retamero, and Martos (2012) undertook a qualitative study to investigate the relationship between gender, leadership style, and emotional intelligence. The researchers randomly selected 431 undergraduates in their first or second year in three selected disciplines based on gender, 162 men and 269. Data collection involved a combined set of instruments that included the, Trait Meta-Mood Scale (TMMS), the
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