The Socioemotionally Intelligent Self-Leader: Examining Relations Between Self-Leadership and Socioemotional Intelligence
Abstract:For the first time, the associations among the relatively new construct of self-leadership (SL; Neck & Houghton, 2006) and socioemotional intelligence (SEI; Riggio & Reichard, 2008) are examined. One hundred and sixty-eight participants gave self-reports on SL and SEI. Generally, SL and subfacets correlated positively with SEI and subfacets, however, strong associations were found for social sensitivity and emotional expressivity, but no associations were found for emotional control. Findings are discussed in light of SL regulation strategies concerning cognition, emotion, and behavior.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2010
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