We’re looking for participants to join a study on Emotional Intelligence and Leadership. The study is conducted by EBS University for Economics and Law, in cooperation with NWOW.
The sensitivity to one’s own needs and those of others, as well as the ability to apply this information purposefully, is a competence that contributes to the way one deals with employees, colleagues, superiors, and oneself.
Emotions affect organisations across all levels - from interpersonal relationships and group dynamics to corporate culture. In 2020, the World Economic Forum identified EI as a key competence in job performance.
In exchange for participation, each participant will receive personalised feedback regarding their Emotional Intelligence (EI).
Additionally, team leaders will also receive feedback on three core management dimensions: transactional, transformational, and instrumental management behaviour. This feedback is based on an evaluated average of anonymous employee feedback. Results will highlight potential areas for growth.
To participate in the study, you must be part of a team of 6 people, 1 manager and at least 5 direct reports, that are all willing to join the study.
The study uses the Geneva Emotional Competence Test (GECo Test) developed at the University of Geneva.
The time to complete the tests is approximately 1h 30 min. for supervisors and 1h 45 min. for employees.
This study is conducted by the EBS University for Economics & Law, in cooperation with NWOW. It is led by Prof. Dr. Myriam N. Bechtoldt, Professor of Leadership and Dr. Felix Lorenz, Scientific Associate.
This study will be used for academic purposes only. Personal information and individual responses will not be disclosed to participating supervisors or your organization. For more information on how EBS will process your data, please see here.
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