A Study of Emotional Intelligence in Relation to Occupational Self Efficacy, Leadership Style and Teaching Effectiveness amongSecondary School Teachers

Pratibha Kumari

Abstract


Emotional intelligence is the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships. Occupational self-efficacy as the competence that a person feels concerning the ability to successfully fulfill the tasks involved in his or her job. Present investigation was conducted to study the relationship between emotional intelligence and occupational self-efficacy of secondary school teachers and to study the difference between emotional intelligence, Leadership and occupational self-efficacy of male and female secondary school teachers. For this purpose a sample of three hundred secondary school teachers were selected through simple random sampling technique. The result of the study showed significant relationship between emotional intelligence, Leadership and occupational self-efficacy. Furthermore, findings reported no significant difference between emotional intelligence social skills, Leadership and occupational self-efficacy of male and female secondary school teachers.


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