Emotional Intelligence, Individual Ethicality, and Perceptions that Unethical Behavior Facilitates Success Inteligencia Emocional, Eticidad Individual y Percepciones de que la Conducta no Ética Facilita el Éxito

@inproceedings{MesmerMagnus2010EmotionalII,
  title={Emotional Intelligence, Individual Ethicality, and Perceptions that Unethical Behavior Facilitates Success Inteligencia Emocional, Eticidad Individual y Percepciones de que la Conducta no {\'E}tica Facilita el {\'E}xito},
  author={Jessica R. Mesmer-Magnus and Chockalingam Viswesvaran and Satish P. Deshpande and Jacob Joseph},
  year={2010}
}
Survey results (N = 198) suggest emotional intelligence is a significant predictor of individual ethicality, perceptions of others’ ethicality and perceptions that unethical behavior facilitates success. Importantly, emotional intelligence explains incremental variance in perceptions of others’ ethicality, over and above individual ethicality. The relationship between emotional intelligence and perceptions that unethical behavior facilitates success is fully mediated by self-esteem. Results… CONTINUE READING

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