An Empirical Study on Personal Competence in Relation to Emotional Intelligence in Bahrain

Nishad Nawaz, Anjali Marry Gomes

Abstract


The aim of the present study is to investigate emotional intelligence and Personal Competence at workplace. Thestudy was conducted in the Kingdom of Bahrain. For this purpose a structured questionnaire was developed to beused by the researchers based on emotional intelligence competencies as given by Daniel Goleman (1995, 98). Thedata has been collected through primary and secondary sources and has been analyzed by using percentage methodwith sample size of 50 employees from selected organizations in Bahrain. The results show a positive significancebetween emotional intelligence and Personal Competence. Further the employees opined more percentage scoreregarding self awareness, self motivation and emotional regulation on Personal Competence of total groupemployees.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/mos.v2n3p1

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