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360 degree assessment of emotional intelligence: a study

360 degree assessment of emotional intelligence: a study
360 degree assessment of emotional intelligence: a study
Explores the use of the multiple assessor or 360 degree assessment of EI and describes the design and properties of an instrument designed to fulfil the identified needs. In considering the difference between self and other assessments, it identifies a new source of data which would assist individuals in developing their own EI.
0963-2638
3-8
Dulewicz, Victor
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Higgs, Malcolm
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Dulewicz, Victor
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Higgs, Malcolm
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Dulewicz, Victor and Higgs, Malcolm (2000) 360 degree assessment of emotional intelligence: a study. Selection and Development Review, 16 (3), 3-8.

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Explores the use of the multiple assessor or 360 degree assessment of EI and describes the design and properties of an instrument designed to fulfil the identified needs. In considering the difference between self and other assessments, it identifies a new source of data which would assist individuals in developing their own EI.

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Published date: June 2000

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Local EPrints ID: 51435
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/51435
ISSN: 0963-2638
PURE UUID: 8008c3dc-a388-4d80-a9e3-9d79883f30b5

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Date deposited: 29 May 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:48

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