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The Role of Empathy in Developing the Leader’s Emotional Intelligence

Leonardo Badea and Nicolae Alexandru Panä‚
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Nicolae Alexandru Panä‚: Ministry of Administration and Interior, Bucharest

Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2010, vol. 2(543), issue 2(543), 69-78

Abstract: The fundamental premise from which we start in this article is that the leader counts, that the top-level people certainly affect the productivity of any organization and that awareness of empathic capacity for each leader, the discovery of the constitutive capacities of the empathic phenomenon and their involvement in particular by them proves to be necessary. The capacity to be empathic is a prerequisite to optimize the leader’s relations with subordinates and a condition for effective communication.

Keywords: self-awareness; empathy; emotion management; emotional intelligence; leader. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010
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