Effect of SMET on Emotional Dynamics of Managers
The opening up of the Indian economy through liberalization, privatization, globalization and natural thrust towards information technology has made the task of managers increasingly more demanding. The challenges get multiplied when the executives have to work in diversified cultures. The workforce diversity has not only affected the emotional stability of the executives but has also come on the way of leadership behavior and effectiveness. The need for executives who are emotionally stable even in adverse circumstances is increasing. The present study examined the possibility of enhancing emotional competence (EC) through self management of excessive tension (SMET) program. Key words: Executives, Emotional stability, Emotional competence & SMET
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