Latest Emotional intelligence Stories
A new study from the University of Haifa shows that within the private sector high levels of emotional intelligence empower positive attitudes towards the workplace and decrease negative behavior; however, the same effect was not found within the public sector.
Employees with a high level of emotional intelligence are more dedicated and satisfied at work, compared to other employees.
Health workers trained to take emotions more seriously may prevent depression among patients, a recent study at the University of Stavanger finds.
In an interview with Newsweekâ€™s Joan Raymond, British Researcher Adrian Furnham reveals that men are not necessarily more intelligent than their female counterparts; however they certainly believe that they are. Adrian Furnham is a professor of psychology at University College London who studies â€œperceived intelligenceâ€, or how smart people think they are.
The emotional intelligence of students indirectly contributes to academic success in information technology studies, preliminary results from a study led by Virginia Tech researchers show.
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