Age and Gender Differences in Emotional Intelligences: A Study of Bank Employees in Indore, India
- 1DAVV, Indore, MP, India
Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 5, Issue (10), Pages 25-28, October,6 (2016)
In this modern era of management, emotional intelligence (EI) is considered as one of the well-accepted topics to discuss. The present study investigated the effects of two context variables, such as age and gender on Emotional Intelligences of bank employees. The current study postulated that age plays an important role for the development aspect of Emotional Intelligences. Are female executives more emotionally intelligent than male executives? Is this belief acceptable or yet another stereotype? To answer these questions, t-test was applied to assess gender differences. The findings of the revealed that: there was no significant difference between male and female employees\\\' on Emotional Intelligences. Further, ANNOVA findings showed that age did not produce significant effect on EI.
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