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Examining the Relationship of Emotional Intelligence and Organizational Effectiveness
Mehrbakhsh Nilashi, Othman Bin Ibrahim, Amir Talebi, Alireza Khoshraftar
Pages - 31 - 44     |    Revised - 01-07-2011     |    Published - 05-08-2011
Volume - 2   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - July / August 2011  Table of Contents
Emotional Intelligence, Organizational Effectiveness, Self-awareness, Self-management, Sympathy, Social Skills
the leader of an organization needs special features to correspond by changes in order to survive and grow in new environments, that almost all manager have problems to answer it. One of the important features that can help the leaders and the managers to respond to these changes is emotional intelligence. The goal of this research is to survey the relation between the spiritual structure of an organization (called emotional intelligence) and the organizational effectiveness. They used both, drawing modeled and statistical modeled as a guide in the research, and also used the standard questions for issue, emotional intelligence and organizational effectiveness. The statistical society of this research was the managers, assistants and the executive region's manager of the Rasht municipality, which they choose 240 people as a sample from them. Over 80% of the respondents, have BA education and higher education and the most respondents (80%) have the job background less than 12 years. the analyze and gathering the main and minor hypo thesis outcomes was done by statistical software like: STATISTICA, SPSS and EXCEL. The outcomes showed the meaningful relation between the emotional intelligence and the organizational effectiveness and also, it is recognized, in this research that the motivation component has the most effect on the organizational effectiveness.
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Dr. Mehrbakhsh Nilashi
Islamic Azad University, Designation = Roudsar - Iran
Dr. Othman Bin Ibrahim
- Malaysia
Mr. Amir Talebi
- Malaysia
Mr. Alireza Khoshraftar
- Malaysia