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|Title:||Increasing emotional intelligence through training : current status and future directions|
|Authors:||Schutte, Nicola S.|
Malouff, John M.
Thorsteinsson, Einar B.
|Publisher:||Centre for Resilence & Socio-Emotional Health|
|Citation:||The International Journal of Emotional Education. 2013, Vol. 5(1), p. 56-72|
|Abstract:||Emotional intelligence consists of adaptive emotional functioning involving inter-related competencies relating to perception, understanding, utilising and managing emotions in the self and others. Researchers in diverse fields have studied emotional intelligence and found the construct to be associated with a variety of intrapersonal and interpersonal factors such as mental health, relationship satisfaction, and work performance. This article reviews research investigating the impact of training in emotional-intelligence skills. The results indicate that it is possible to increase emotional intelligence and that such training has the potential to lead to other positive outcomes. The paper offers suggestions about how future research, from diverse disciplines, can uncover what types of training most effectively increase emotional intelligence and produce related beneficial outcomes.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJEE, Volume 5, Issue 1|
IJEE, Volume 5, Issue 1
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