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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52613
Doc. No:TL22567
Call number:‭1437342‬
Main Entry:Marwa Mamdouh El-Sayed
Title & Author:The relationship between emotional intelligence competencies and employee's performance self-ratingMarwa Mamdouh El-Sayed
College:University of Louisville
Date:2005
Degree:M.S.
student score:2005
Page No:107
Abstract:One vital question led to this research study: is there a relationship between emotional intelligence and employee's performance self-rating? Several researchers have constructed theoretical frameworks to better understand emotional intelligence. Theoretical and empirical evidence suggest that emotional intelligence competencies do have a significant impact on employee's performance within organizations. This study uses the Emotional Competency Model developed by Daniel Goleman in 1998, which presents twenty competencies grouped in four clusters. A survey of 120 questions adapted by Cooper & Sawaf was distributed to employees of USAID/Egypt. 124 responses, equaling to 54% return rate, were suitable for analysis. Analysis revealed a correlation between emotional intelligence and employee's performance self-rating at the 0.001 level. The researcher recommends further research be conducted on the relationship of emotional intelligence and employee's performance self-rating. In addition, other instruments should be developed to assess this relationship as it impacts organizational performance.
Subject:Education; Inservice training; Business education; Adult education; Continuing education; Emotional intelligence; Performance evaluation; Self evaluation; Studies; 0688:Business education; 0516:Adult education; 0516:Continuing education; 0521:Inservice training
Added Entry:C. Rude-Parkins
Added Entry:University of Louisville