Evidence that emotional intelligence is related to job performance and affect and attitudes at work.

  title={Evidence that emotional intelligence is related to job performance and affect and attitudes at work.},
  author={Paulo Nuno Lopes and Daisy Grewal and Jessica A Kadis and Michelle Gall and Peter Salovey},
  volume={18 Suppl},
The relation between emotional intelligence, assessed with a performance measure, and positive workplace outcomes was examined in 44 analysts and clerical employees from the finance department of a Fortune 400 insurance company. Emotionally intelligent individuals received greater merit increases and held higher company rank than their counterparts. They also received better peer and/or supervisor ratings of interpersonal facilitation and stress tolerance than their counterparts. With few… CONTINUE READING

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