For the last several years, United States firms have been fascinated with the study of emotional intelligence (EI). The rapid change agent to improve products and services has had an impact on the overall work environment. Studies have suggested that most organizational change initiatives are unsuccessful due to the lack of communication among management and subordinates. In most cases, organizations' goals and objectives are overbearing, which leads to managers promoting a false sense of urgency among subordinates. Other studies have suggested that emotionally intelligent leaders are far more successful as compared to those who are not. At the end, this study will establish a connection between EI and corporate sustainability for improved work productivity.
Published in the International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology, v. 4, no. 6.
Rivero, Orlando, "A Review of Emotional Intelligence Initiatives from a Corporate Sustainability Perspective" (2014). School of Business. 4.
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