was hypothesized to have positive influence on job satisfaction directly as well as indirectly via workplace positive affects.
Reynolds and Hickman  provided a tool to assess mental abilities while using human figure drawings that indicates individual's cognitive ability or intelligence, whereas, the concept of emotional intelligence
is described through multiple approaches.
is crucial to our personality development because by being smart with our emotions we can better understand ourselves, which in turn helps us to have more fulfilling relationships with others.
involves awareness and control of such signals, and the self-discipline that prevents personal psychological needs from distorting policy.
Travis Bradbury of TalentSmart, 90 percent of the top performers studied also had high emotional intelligence
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has got more significance for a person in reaching his/her goals than general intelligence (Joshi et al.
2007) proposed that "Ideally, a nurse manager orientation program promotes the development of emotional intelligence
by helping new managers appreciate the organization's culture and core values".
Table-I: Mean differences between emotional intelligence
domains according to study variables, among medical students in King Abdulaziz University.
The concept of emotional intelligence
is not always readily understood.
can mean the difference between a good reaction and a bad reaction to circumstances.
is the capability to make sense, control and react according to the emotions .