Emotional Intelligence is becoming a topic of a generation. Born in
the mid 80's, it has captured the hearts and minds of a mass large
enough to add it to the vernacular of global business. Originally
defined by Jack Mayer, with support from Peter Salovey, and
popularized by Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence has a value
that has increased to a point where some use its belief system as a
guide to success. This study's primary aim is to understand whether
the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Management Workforce are Emotionally
ready for Change. This study sampled the Management level of
professionals in PNG, to understand their demographics and levels
of Emotional Intelligence using the short version of the Workgroup
Emotional Intelligence Profile (WEIP-S). The results show that
whilst most of the peer reviewed literature is marginally supported
by the findings, and that the average levels of Emotional
capabilities appear to be high, the WEIP-S construct has not taken
the Cultural dimension into account sufficiently and so an altered
construct is proposed.
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
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