The relation between emotional intelligence and job performance: A meta‐analysis

@inproceedings{OBoyle2011TheRB,
  title={The relation between emotional intelligence and job performance: A meta‐analysis},
  author={Ernest H. O’Boyle and Ronald H. Humphrey and Jeffrey M. Pollack and Thomas H. Hawver and Paul A. Story},
  year={2011}
}
This meta-analysis builds upon a previous meta-analysis by (1) including 65 per cent more studies that have over twice the sample size to estimate the relationships between emotional intelligence (EI) and job performance; (2) using more current meta-analytical studies for estimates of relationships among personality variables and for cognitive ability and job performance; (3) using the three-stream approach for classifying EI research; (4) performing tests for differences among streams of EI… CONTINUE READING

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