ANALYSIS OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF BANK EMPLOYEES IN DEHRADUN DISTRICT: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR BANKSJournal: International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research (IJHRMR) (Vol.9, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2019-06-30
Authors : Swati Anand Farman Ali Diksha Panwar; Kanika Singhal;
Page : 97-106
Keywords : Swati Anand; Farman Ali; Diksha Panwar & Kanika Singhal;
Emotional Intelligence (EI), unlike Intelligent Quotient (IQ), is important for managerial success and competencies. It will help to (a) enhance communication abilities, (b) fix along with other people, (c) build group, and (d) handle conflict. Not only do many people spend the most significant portion of our daily life in the office but our individuality, self–esteem, and wellbeing are influenced by our job experiences. It's been reinforced by management leaders of the planet that individual and social competencies are critical for self-awareness, compassion, and confidence which could improve productivity and satisfaction. The office is the setting for the marketing of those competencies that are a mixture of Emotional Intelligence. It's evident that there is a connection between the skills and productivity of workers. World have started to recognize the significance of this connection and emphasis is directed to boost the workers' emotional intelligence. At work, this capacity can improve people skills and communication. It is crucial to know what intelligence is, how it can be utilized to improve satisfaction and productivity, as well as his lifetime, may turn around. It is crucial to produce HR Managers.
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