Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Stewart, Alice C. & Toms, Forrest
There is a growing emphasis in institutions of higher learning to produce sustainable andcompetitive graduates who possess relevant personal competencies for career success. Emotional intelligence skills can provide the competitive edge for graduates to be successful intheir industry of choice. Integrating emotional intelligence into higher education can potentially shift the learning environment and increase specific personal competencies. This study aims to investigate the influence of an emotional intelligence intervention to improve college studentsâ€™ intrapersonal and interpersonal skills to impact leader behavior skills and team effectiveness.
Love, Cindy Register, "The Influence Of The Emotional Intelligence Management Curriculum To Improve College Studentsâ€™ Intrapersonal And Interpersonal Skills To Impact Leader Behavior And Team Performance Effectiveness" (2014). Dissertations. 91.