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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53178
Doc. No:TL23132
Call number:‭3196735‬
Main Entry:Dawn Tracy Muhammad
Title & Author:The relationship between emotional intelligence and job satisfaction: Testing the claim that emotional intelligence quotient predicts level of job satisfactionDawn Tracy Muhammad
College:Capella University
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:73
Abstract:Many organizations have integrated emotional intelligence (EI) measures into their organizational practices as a result of the claims that EI predicts successful work and life dimensions. However, little is known about the definition and measurement of this new construct and what it actually predicts. In the present study, the ability for emotional intelligence to predict job satisfaction was examined. The purpose of the study was to determine whether a relationship existed between an individual's emotional intelligence quotient and his or her level of job satisfaction. The 125-item Bar-On EQ-I (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) and the 72-item Job Descriptive Index (JDI) which included the Job In General Scale (JIG) was administered to a diverse group of 200 participants. After collecting the data, regression analyses (both linear and multiple) were conducted; the analyses indicated that an individual's emotional intelligence quotient was not a significant predictor of the level of job satisfaction in this study.
Subject:Psychology; Emotional intelligence; Job satisfaction; Occupational psychology; 0624:Occupational psychology
Added Entry:F. Inserto
Added Entry:Capella University