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Kształtowanie kompetencji z obszaru inteligencji emocjonalnej w procesie sukcesji współczesnych przedsiębiorstw rodzinnych

Dźwigoł-Barosz, Mariola (2017): Kształtowanie kompetencji z obszaru inteligencji emocjonalnej w procesie sukcesji współczesnych przedsiębiorstw rodzinnych. Published in: (17 May 2017): pp. 1-124.

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Abstract

Family enterprises are the oldest way of doing business and are one of the foundations of a global market economy. The long-term prospect of managing them through generations, as well as combining family and managerial functions, provides them with a clear identity. Succession and the planning of it is a complex process of developing and implementing a strategic plan of transferring ownership and power by the owner (or owners) of a family enterprise to a selected successor who will be able to ensure the continuation and development of the family enterprise in accordance with the adopted strategy. The competencies of the successors are the subject of numerous studies. They are of a general nature and refer to fragmentary aspects of the problem. There are no descriptions and analyses regarding the emotional intelligence competencies in the process of succession in the literature of the subject. Contemporary owners reach for non-economic values and various scientific disciplines - the law, sociology, psychology, or social economy, in order to use the knowledge in a rational way in the process of educating and shaping the personality of a future successor. The main objective of the paper by M. Dźwigoł-Barosz entitled "The development of competencies in the area of emotional intelligence in the process of succession in contemporary family enterprises" is an attempt to build a model of competence development in the area of emotional intelligence of successors in the process of succession in family enterprises. The author, in this research layer, agrees with the suggestions of D. Goleman that the intelligence quotient and the emotional intelligence constitute different ability groups and that people with a high intelligence quotient and a low level of emotional intelligence, as well as those with a low quotient and a high level of emotional intelligence are rarely encountered. An attempt to answer this question has been made in this paper. In the first chapter, the essence and the definition of a family enterprise in a modern market economy, both global and Polish, are discussed. The second chapter refers to the succession in a family enterprise, the essence of the matter in Polish law and business activity has been presented. The contemporary manager as a potential successor is the topic of the third chapter. In the fourth one, the model of developing the competencies of the successors in the area of emotional intelligence has been discussed.

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