Date Added: Mar 2010
There has been an increase in interest in 'Emotional intelligence' within the Indian organization system in recent years. This increase has been attributed to the popularization of the construct of emotional intelligence in the research area. The promotion of emotional development in corporate organizations assumes that the ability to regulate emotions is a positive trait, which is associated with positive workplace performance. There is however, currently, little evidence to support the existence of such a relationship. The aim of the current paper was to explore the relationship between emotional intelligence and workplace performance among corporate executives.