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As mentioned in a previous blogs, interest in emotional intelligence is a relatively recent phenomenon. With the exception of a small blip of interest at the end of the Second World War, emotional intelligence has only really come to prominence in terms of research since the 1990s. Emotional intelligence, however, isn’t one construct, […]Read more
Interview with Maya Tamir about her research on Emotions, expectations and behaviour. The linked research briefing can be downloaded here Transcript: David Wilkinson: So, welcome to The Oxford Review video podcast. Today, I’d like to welcome Maya Tamir. She’s in Israel, and she’s done a very interesting paper, you’ve got the briefing about […]Read more
Many people in organisations think that emotions just get in the way of rational decision making and thinking. This may not be correct as a new study shows… Emotions as social information (EASI) theory Affective processes Emotional contagion Effective convergence Cognitive processes Behavioural processes Conclusions References A new study by researchers from the University […]Read more
How managers develop emotional intelligence is a critical question for organisations and anyone involved in management development. A new (this research briefing was sent to members in July 2017) meta-analysis of over 25 years of research on the emotional intelligence of managers answers some important questions about emotional intelligence and its development in managers. Intelligence […]Read more
A wide range of things affect our mood and productivity at work. A new study has found that that there is a direct connection between our mood and the modes of communication we use at work. A team of computer scientists have used technology to anonymously measure the psychological states of a group of workers […]Read more
High performing teams – rugby players talk emotions A quick guide to developing high performance teams. One of the areas of research I have been involved in, in the last couple of years has been focussed on high performing teams and in particular how members of high performing teams regulate their own and others […]Read more