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Developing Emotional Abilities Through Team-Based Learning.

Clarke, N. (2010) Developing Emotional Abilities Through Team-Based Learning. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 21, (2)

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Abstract
A few studies have appeared in the literature suggesting that team learning might be an effective means for developing emotional intelligence (EI) abilities in the workplace. This study investigated the effects of attending a one day emotional intelligence training session followed by participating in team-based learning on ability-based measures of emotional intelligence in a sample of MBA students. Training alone had no effect but when followed by participating in team-based learning positive effects were found, but only for those who were categorised as participating more intensively in team learning and only on one specific emotional ability. The findings suggest that greater participation in team-based learning may create stronger relational bonds that support the development of emotional abilities once individuals have gained personal insights into their own emotional intelligence.
Key Words: Emotional Intelligence, Team Learning, Development

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Submitted date: 2010

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Local EPrints ID: 149563
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/149563
ISSN: 1044-8004
PURE UUID: ffe53427-ca07-42d6-9c6e-800feecd7c64

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Date deposited: 30 Apr 2010 13:41
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 19:25

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Author: N. Clarke

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