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The realization of managers and management academics that there is benefit to be had from managing emotion in the workplace came late but late but arrived with a bang. Until very recently indeed, core texts concerned with human behavior in organizations were lacking any form of reflection on managers as emotional beings and the management of emotion as part of their role. The recognition of leaders' emotions and the management of emotion as a key topic for research, teaching and organizational development has been important, entirely relevant and should be applauded. Nonetheless, the extraordinary speed with which the emotional intelligence concept has taken off and the extent to which numerous parties within the world of business have adopted the concept and its language does have a down side.
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