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Emotional Intelligence and Leadership: a Literature Review Refereed Paper

@inproceedings{Dadehbeigi2008EmotionalIA,
  title={Emotional Intelligence and Leadership: a Literature Review Refereed Paper},
  author={Mina Dadehbeigi and Melika Shirmohammadi and Shiva Mirkhalilzadeh Ershadi and Teng Fatt},
  year={2008}
}
The concept of emotional intelligence (EI) has em erged as an influential research stream in leadership field. EI is considered to be a prerequisite for many key leadership issues including leadership emergence, leadership effectiv ness, effective leader outcomes, and transformational leadership. In this article studie s -both theoretical and empiricalexploring the relationship between EI and leadership are revi ewed and classified. The main question that we seek to address is: in what ways… 

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