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Clustering competence in emotional intelligence: In this chapter, we will briefly describe a model of emotional intelligence based on the competencies that enable a person to demonstrate intelligent use of their emotions in managing themselves and working with others to be effective at work.
The history and development, as well as preliminary statistical results from a new test based on this model, the Emotional Competence Inventory ECIwill be reported.
The implications for a theory of performance in work settings and an integrated personality theory will be mentioned in emphasizing the importance of clusters of competencies in predicting performance and making links to all levels of the human psyche.
Emotional intelligence is a convenient phrase with which to focus attention on human talent. Even though it is simple as a phrase, it incorporates the complexity of a person's capability.
While the earliest psychologist to explore this arena of "social intelligence" Thorndike in the 20's and 30's, cf.
Goleman, offered the idea as a single concept, more recent psychologists have appreciated its complexity and described it in terms of multiple capabilities Bar-On,; Goleman, ; Saarni, Gardner conceptualized this arena as constituting intrapersonal and interpersonal intelligence. Salovey and Mayer first used the expression "emotional intelligence" and described it in terms of four domains: Other conceptualizations have used labels such as "practical intelligence" and "successful intelligence" Sternberg,which often blend the capabilities described by the other psychologists with cognitive abilities and anchor the concepts around the consequence of the person's behavior, notably success or effectiveness.
A closely related stream of research focused on explaining and predicting the outcome of effectiveness in various occupations, often with a primary emphasis on managers and leaders McClelland et. In this "competency" approach, specific capabilities were identified and validated against effectiveness measures, or often inductively discovered and then articulated as competencies.
An integrated concept of emotional intelligence offers more than a convenient framework for describing human dispositions- it offers a theoretical structure for the organization of personality and linking it to a theory of action and job performance Goleman, Goleman defined an "emotional competence" as a "learned capability based on emotional intelligence that results in outstanding performance at work.
If defined as a single construct, emotional intelligence might be deceptive and suggest an association with cognitive capability i. Although this has not been substantiated when empirically studied, the tendency to believe that more effective people have the vital ingredients for success invites the attribution of a halo effect.
For example, person A is effective, therefore she has all of the right stuff, such as brains, savvy, and style. Like the issue of finding the best "focal point" with which to look at something, the dilemma of finding the best level of detail in defining constructs with which to build a personality theory maybe an issue of which focal point is chosen.
Photographers appreciate the difficulty and complexity of choosing appropriate focal point, because there are many ways to view something- each with its own perspectives and detriments to understanding the scene.
With regard to emotional intelligence, we believe the most helpful focal point allows for the description and study of a variety specific competencies, or capabilities, that can be empirically, causally related to effectiveness and describe the clusters within which these competencies are organized.
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