Skills and Emotional Intelligence: Study and Investigation of the International Organization of the OECD

Abstract

Emotional Intelligence is directly linked to the professional development of teachers and the existence of positive results in the field of education. The purpose of this paper is to investigate, through qualitative content analysis, whether the skills associated with emotional intelligence are identified in the political texts of international organizations and in particular in that of the OECD. According to the survey results, emotional intelligence skills related to self-awareness, self-regulation, social awareness and interpersonal relationships management are present. For a better understanding of the issue, it would be helpful to explore these skills in other texts of international organizations, with a view to comparing and enriching relevant databases.

Keywords: Development, Emotional Intelligence, Goleman, OECD, Teachers


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Pages: 78-86 (Download PDF)

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