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Emotionally intelligent bosses make for happier, more creative employees

Emotionally intelligent bosses make for happier, more creative employees

Bosses who act in ways associated with emotional intelligence foster happier, more creative employees, according to a Yale-led study in the Journal of Creative Behavior. Research scientist Zorana Ivcevic and colleagues at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence surveyed close to 15,000 people across the U.S., finding that emotionally intelligent supervisors — managers who read and acknowledged employees’ emotions, helped them channel feelings, inspired enthusiasm, and capably managed their own emotions — had employees who were happier, more creative, and who perceived more opportunities for growth. “We saw dramatic differences in how people […]

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