Emotional intelligence and work engagement of leaders in a financial services organisation undergoing change
Permall, Charne Lee
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Research (Sartain et al., 2006) indicates that engagement demands a more thoughtful way to address the everyday realities of organisational life. The current research endeavours to elucidate the relationship between emotional intelligence and work engagement amongst leaders in a financial service organisation undergoing change.
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