Study of Emotional Intelligence and Well-Being among Working Professionals

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Megha Kochhar
K N Tripathi


Working professionals’ social and mental capacities are critical to the smooth operation of
organizations. Emotional intelligence (EI) nowadays has become synonymous with mental health,
happiness, and well-being. Looking at the importance of emotional intelligence, the present study
examined the pattern of emotional intelligence and wellbeing with its dimensions of professionals working
as managers in private and government sector banks. It was also investigated whether professional
hierarchy and work tenure produced any significant differences for the aforementioned variables. The
results of the study indicated that professionals working in different sectors, in different cadres, and in
different work tenures indicated significant differences in their perceptions. Similarly, co-relational
analysis results demonstrated that all essential components of well-being (WB) are profoundly,
fundamentally, and decisively linked (p.01) with EI. To be sure, emotion influences how individuals
think and act and influences judgement and information processing. Employees with higher EI can
discover appropriate arrangements all the more easily, work and apply emotional resources sensibly
and can frequently rapidly get social help in correspondence and cooperation with individuals, thereby
lessening the chance of disappointment and the depersonalization achieved by disappointment.

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Kochhar, M., & Tripathi, K. (2022). Study of Emotional Intelligence and Well-Being among Working Professionals. Mind and Society, 11(02), 99-108.
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