Intelligenza emotiva e mobbing: un focus su un campione di vittime di azioni vessatorie

Journal title RISORSA UOMO
Author/s Gabriele Giorgi, Vincenzo Majer
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/3 Language Italian
Pages 15 P. 309-323 File size 84 KB
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Emotional intelligence and workplace bullying: a focus on victims of negative acts - The following research aims to analyze the emergent relation between workplace bullying and emotional intelligence. Data were collected on a sample of 412 employees within four Italian organizations. Employees compiled the Bar-On EQi: S and the NAQ-R Italian version. The findings showed that emotional intelligence correlates with personal bullying. There was a significative difference among bullying victims and non-victims as far as the emotional intelligence factor mood concerned. Furthermore, bullying victims appeared to be divided into custers using emotional intelligence as a criteria. Particularly, lower emotional intelligence people have perceived more frequent and persistent acts than higher emotional intelligence people. Keywords: emotional intelligence, workplace bullying, individual differences

Gabriele Giorgi, Vincenzo Majer, Intelligenza emotiva e mobbing: un focus su un campione di vittime di azioni vessatorie in "RISORSA UOMO " 3/2008, pp 309-323, DOI: