A preliminary investigation of the links between interpersonal skills training, team emotional intelligence and team performance.

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Murray, Jane
Jordan, Peter
Ashkanasy, Neal.M.
Hall-Thompson, Sally
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Graham Elkin

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2004
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A debate exists regarding the efficacy of training interventions in emotional intelligence. While some authors claim that emotional intelligence cannot be learned, others argue it can. Despite this ongoing debate, emotional intelligence training is being offered to organisations. These training packages range from simple interpersonal skills training to more emotions focused programs. In this paper, we report our preliminary findings from one study in an overall research project seeking to determine the extent to which training increases team performance and / or emotional intelligence. The results presented in this paper provide evidence that while basic interpersonal skills training improves team performance it does not effect team emotional intelligence.

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The 18th Annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management ANZAM 2004 Refe

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© 2004 Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management. The attached file is posted here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher, for your personal use only. No further distribution permitted.Use hypertext link for access to publisher's website.

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