A Study on Impact of Emotional Intelligence in Organization Growth and Productivity

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Priyanka Agarwal, Dileep M., Saji Geroge, Apurva Bhatnagar


The most important thing that affects how well employees do their jobs and how committed they are to their organizations is their ability to understand their own feelings and the feelings of others. Emotional intelligence is important for predicting employee work performance and organizational commitment because most jobs require people to be able to handle their feelings. The goal of the study is to find out how emotional intelligence affects organizational commitment and how well employees in the manufacturing industry do their jobs. For the study, a descriptive design was used. Respondents were given 120 questionnaires at random, but only 100 were filled out and sent back. These were used for analysis. The study showed that there was a strong link between employees' emotional intelligence, their commitment to the company, and how well they did their jobs. 56.90% of the difference between EI and organizational commitment could be explained by EI. Emotional intelligence was responsible for 27.90% of the differences in how well employees did their jobs. Employees Emotional Intelligence and their commitment to the organization did not have a strong positive relationship. So, it is suggested that companies require new employees to take part in an organizational socialization Programme that includes an emotional intelligence test. This will help new employees make up for their lack of experience, which will help them do a better job.

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Priyanka Agarwal, Dileep M., Saji Geroge, Apurva Bhatnagar. (2023). A Study on Impact of Emotional Intelligence in Organization Growth and Productivity. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 6(2s), 297–304. Retrieved from https://www.jrtdd.com/index.php/journal/article/view/296