Emotional intelligence and transformation of management education for organizational profitability

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John N. N. Ugoani
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Education and training place different demands on institutions and the workforce, as well as the educators themselves. Both education and training are essential to organizational profitability. Clear separation and understanding of management education and training strategy provide advantage but management education curriculum allows educators to concentrate on their essential message to develop the specialized technical and management capacity needed to link training and competencies more closely to the economy and the world of work. This situation has given rise to the refocusing of traditional education practices to involve newly emerging management education concepts that are embedded in the components of emotional intelligence. The survey method was used for the study, and it was found that emotional intelligence has significant positive relationship with management education.


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John N. N. Ugoani, College of Management and Social Sciences, Rhema University

John N. N. Ugoani, holds a PhD degree in management. He is a senior lecturer and coordinator College of Management and Social Sciences at Rhema University Aba, Nigeria, and teaches courses on business, management, production management, human resource management, industrial relations, psychology and industrial psychology. John has over scholarly publications with over 1000 full text readership downloads and 5000 abstract views worldwide. He is listed among Ten Top Authors by Social Science Research Network. His present research interests are in the areas of emotional intelligence, managerial psychology, global human resource management, bank management, conflict management, governance, knowledge management, leadership, entrepreneurship, diversity, public policy, among others. Before entering academia, he was a senior manager at First Bank until 2009.


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