Demographic Variables and Its Effect on Emotional Intelligence: A Study on Indian Service Sector Employees

@inproceedings{Pooja2016DemographicVA,
  title={Demographic Variables and Its Effect on Emotional Intelligence: A Study on Indian Service Sector Employees},
  author={Pooja Sharma Pooja and Pranab Kumar},
  booktitle={Annals of neurosciences},
  year={2016}
}
In past few decades, emotional intelligence (EI) has gained much popularity worldwide. Intelligence quotient alone is not enough in today's age for achieving success and hence for developing a person's ability, the fields of psychology and neurosciences have highlighted the importance of EI, which is a person's response toward feelings and emotions. In this study, relationship of various demographic variables with EI, as measured by Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire-Short Form, has… CONTINUE READING

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