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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Academic Journals
Source : African Journal of Business Management, Academic Journals, Volume 5, Number 17, p.7575–7578 (2011)
Campus : Coimbatore
School : School of Business
Year : 2011
Abstract : Self monitoring is an ability to consciously observe and regulate one's own behaviour. Incorporating self monitoring in today's research and practice is beginning to yield a better understanding of how organizational processes are substantially affected by individual issues of how they are seen by others. Especially in service industries, the effect of outcome of interactions of the employees with the clients is an inevitable part of portraying their identity. Most of the actions in the service industry having a legal importance, it is highly essential that controlled image presentation should not cause any deceptions. Hence, it is essential that the employees should know how they present themselves and be able to use self monitoring in the best way possible by them. There are two approaches to the measurement of emotional intelligence: as a mental ability or as a personality trait. Emotional intelligence is the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions effectively in ourselves and others. The findings of this study confirm that emotional intelligence is related to self monitoring behaviour. This understanding can contribute to practitioners in the areas of recruitment and in assessing the training needs of healthcare professionals.
Cite this Research Publication : R. C. hya and Priyadarshini, R., “The influence of the emotional intelligence on self monitoring”, African Journal of Business Management, vol. 5, pp. 7575–7578, 2011.