Impact of Personality and Emotional Intelligence on Successful Training in Competences
Many modern management theories and researches deriving therefrom seek those personality features and traits that ought to ensure the efficient development of an individual’s competences. In my research we found out that managers are able to develop top quality management and top quality competences irrespective of their personality traits. Since there is no uniform method that would offer an explanation as to how individuals should develop their competences, we presented how an individual training programme and the development of competences should proceed.However,we can only attain optimum success in training needed competences if we take into consideration individual features of a person, his/her emotional intelligence and the requirements of his/her working environment.What the dynamic and variable working environment expects from a modern leader is a wide range of good or even perfect competences. The article at hand presents the importance of a long-term basis training that has a systematic influence on the improvement of management techniques.
Volume (Year): 4 (2006)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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