Emotional Intelligence as predictor of cultural adjustment for success in global assignments

EI recognises the non-cognitive psychological aspects intervening in human behaviour. Research along these lines has identified a significant correlation between the cognitive and emotional components of people’s intelligence, and how that relationship matters in effectively accomplishing all sorts of goals in any area of human behaviour.


Credits to :

Rachel Gabel-Shemueli / University of the Pacific (Peru)

Simon L. Dolan / Global Future of Work Foundation – GFWF

Jean-Luc Cerdin / ESSEC


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