Establishing An Effective Organization In Ngo`s Using Emotional Intelligence Of Leaders

Authors

  • Dr. A.W Unas
  • Subramania siva. P

Keywords:

Emotional intelligence, Effective organization, NGOs

Abstract

Emotional intelligence is characterized as the ability to monitor their own emotion and emotions of other people. People with emotional intelligence are capable of creating effective organization in NGOs. Due to the complexity in job, stress, organization the emotional intelligence people will create positive energy in the organization to get good results. Emotional intelligence have a self-awareness, social awareness, relationship management, self-management, it will make motive yourself. The main objective of the research is to analysis the emotional intelligence leaders and build an effective organization in NGOs field. And also analysis the significant relationship between organizational effectiveness and emotional intelligence. The result from analysis emotional intelligence build an effective organization in NGOs.

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30-03-2016

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Dr. A.W Unas, & Subramania siva. P. (2016). Establishing An Effective Organization In Ngo`s Using Emotional Intelligence Of Leaders. Research Inspiration: An International Multidisciplinary E-Journal, 1(II), 66–76. Retrieved from http://researchinspiration.com/index.php/ri/article/view/29

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