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Leadership Case Study: Emotional Intelligence Effect in Our Life

Genç, Selçuk (2015): Leadership Case Study: Emotional Intelligence Effect in Our Life. Published in: International Research Journal of York University , Vol. 2, No. 3 (June 2015): pp. 238-244.

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The purpose of this paper is to find out what Emotional intelligence (EI) is and how effect our life. Since history of humanity, people have tried to communicate with each other by using gesture, voice, speech, etc. More effective one is face-to-face communication, which exposes our daily basis often. By now, there is no positive perspective and futuristic approach for our communication without extra assist, so how can the relationship be understood, regulated and improved or set to on effort in balance, effective, and sustainable way to achieve our short and long-term goals? Emotional intelligence, the new definition and measurement of relationship effectiveness and human intelligence can be described broadly understand by oneself-counterpart approach, control both sides and then lead the relationship, goals, social responsibility through logical right and expected way. How are our lives effected positively and become habitable, more productive, fruitful and blissful if we increase emotional intelligence within face-to-face, in our meetings, our team and social actives? Additionally, how can emotional intelligence be understandable, learnable, teachable and improvable by individual and group from course, books, on one’s own and each other?

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