Study of relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and selfefficacy the case of the staff of the Hamedan branch of Islamic Azad University

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This research has been performed with the aim of determining the relation between emotional intelligence (EI) and self-efficacy of the staff of the Hamedan Branch of Islamic Azad University. The static domain of the research is composed of the staff of the mentioned university. In gathering the data the field method has been used and the measuring tools of emotional intelligence (EI), Questionary of Siber and vertical self-efficacy Questionary of Sherer and colleagues have been used. The data have been analyzed with the help of Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, Pearson Correlation, co efficacy of Espirmen, Watson test and linear analysis of Verrison. The results obtained from Pearson Correlation showed that there is a positive significant correlation between emotional intelligence (EI) and self-efficacy (r =0.7). Also Pearson Correlation shows that there is a positive significant correlation between self-awareness and self-efficacy (r =0.7) and a positive significant correlation between self-control and selfefficacy (r =0.5). Also from Pearson Correlation it was found a positive significant correlation between intimacy and self-efficacy (r =0.4) and a positive significant correlation social skills and self-efficacy (r =0.5). Espirmen Correlation shows that there is a positive significant correlation between self-motivation and self-efficacy (r =0.3) © 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.

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Azizian, S., & Samadi, A. (2012). Study of relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and selfefficacy the case of the staff of the Hamedan branch of Islamic Azad University. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 31, pp. 496–502). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.12.093

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