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Emotional intelligence among middle school teachers With reference to nagapatinam district, Tamil Nadu

U, Gowri shankar and k, keerthi (2010): Emotional intelligence among middle school teachers With reference to nagapatinam district, Tamil Nadu. Published in: “International Journal of Management ” , Vol. 1, No. issue 2 (20. September 2010): 01-08.

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Abstract

The main aim of education is the all round holistic development of the students. In the pursuit of this goal, the teachers play a significant role. Emotionally Intelligent teachers help students with Improved Motivation, Enhanced Innovation, Increased Performance, Effective Use of Time and Resources, Improved Leadership Qualities and Improved Team Work .An effective, successful teacher is largely one who can handle his or her negative feelings in an authentic, real and healthy way. The present study aims at studying the level of emotional intelligence of the teachers at middle schools in Nagapatinam district, Tamil Nadu. The size of the sample for the study consisted of 300 teachers selected from the middle schools of Nagapatinam district, Tamil Nadu, Randomly and also as per the author’s convenience. At last the overall finding of the study was when compared with men middle school teachers the female teachers are lack in only one specific emotional intelligence area that is they always think about their home problems in the work place or vice versa

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