The relation between managers' emotional intelligence and the organizational climate they create

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Abstract

The morale and emotional behavior of a manager has an important effect on organizational climate. Research shows that more than 70% of employees' perceptions of organizational climate result directly from a manager's morale and behavior, which stimulates employees' morale, emotions, and behaviors. The aim of this research is to study the relation between the emotional intelligence of managers and the organizational climate they create. Thirty managers were randomly selected as a sample, and the emotional intelligence of each manager and their organizational climates were measured by questionnaires using a 360-degree feedback approach. The managers' results were compared with those from another 140 supervisors, peers, and Regression analyses showed that there is a positive correlation between the emotional intelligence of managers and organizational climate. The results of the analyses also show that among emotional intelligence's factors, social awareness and self awareness have more influence on organiza...

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  • 360 feedback approach
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Organizational climate

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  • Nona Momeni

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