publication . Other literature type . 2008


Ilić, Egli;
Open Access Croatian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2008 Journal: Ekonomski pregled, volume 59, issue 9-10 (issn: 0424-7558, eissn: 1848-9494, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Hrvatsko društvo ekonomista, Zagreb
The occurrence of the construct of emotional intelligence in the late twentieth century provoked controversies among scientists, due to connecting two, seemingly exclusive psychological notions – intelligence and emotions, with emotions being considered as an obstacle to rational thinking and quality performance. However, numerous studies have proven that, provided they are appropriately managed, emotions may even facilitate rational thinking, influence the appropriate decision-making and personal behaviour. In no other area has such cognition created that amount of interests as it did in management, where in the last couple of decades, due to intensifying chang...
free text keywords: emocije; emocionalna inteligencija; emocionalne kompetencije; stilovi vođenja, emotions; emotional intelligence; emotional competences; leaders; leadership styles
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