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Emotional Intelligence: its measurement and implications for the workplace

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>06/2008
<mark>Journal</mark>International Journal of Management Reviews
Number of pages23
<mark>Original language</mark>English


The concept of emotional intelligence (EI) has attaracted a huge amount of interest from both academics and practitioners and has become linked to a whole range of outcomes including career success, life satisfaction and health. Yet, the concept itself and the way in which it is measured continues to fuel considerable debate. This paper takes a critical review of the methodologies and the robustness of the validation and application studies that have used EI measures. In addition, the links between EI and other related theoretical perspectives such as emotional labour are considered