Does emotional intelligence – as measured by the EQI – influence transformational leadership and/or desirable outcomes?

@article{Brown2006DoesEI,
  title={Does emotional intelligence – as measured by the EQI – influence transformational leadership and/or desirable outcomes?},
  author={William Frank Brown and Scott E. Bryant and Michelle D. Reilly},
  journal={Leadership \& Organization Development Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={27},
  pages={330-351}
}
Purpose – This study aims to examine the possibility of relationships between and among emotional intelligence (EI), leadership, and desirable outcomes in organizations.Design/methodology/approach – Using a sample of 2,411 manufacturing workers, engineers, and professional staff, the study empirically examined the impact of EI, as measured by Bar‐On's Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQI), on organizational outcomes; the well documented ability of transformational leadership to predict those… 

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