The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Performance: A Closer Look at Individual and Environmental Factors

This study presents a more comprehensive approach to investigate how Emotional Intelligence is associated with performance

Khai The NGUYEN; Faculty of Business Administration


Scholarcy highlights

  • The concept of Emotional Intelligence refers to “an ability to perceive and express emotion, assimilate emotion in thought, understand and reason with emotion, and regulate emotion in the self and others”
  • Most research on student academic achievement emphasized the impact of individual capacity or individual perception of their capacity but the impact of how a student’s perception of future or perception of learning environment is still not adequately addressed
  • Academic achievement is measured on the cumulative average of the different subjects that belong to students who are studying from the second year at the university and do not represent intelligence
  • The study shows the impact of the factors Emotional Intelligence, grit, PE fit to student performance: emotionality, self-control, social skills, perseverance, program fit, goals clarity
  • Analyzing the emotional intelligence of students, persistence as well as the learning environment shows that the assessment level of components of emotional intelligence, persistence and environmental factors is not high, most of the assessment has not reached level 5
  • This shows that schools, teachers as well as students still have chance to improve their emotional intelligence, grit and perception of fit
  • It is recommended to organize soft skill classes such as self-identification skills, goal-setting skills, time management skills to help students understand their own strengths and weaknesses, and able to set suitable goals and achieve that goal effectively, these skills classes help students learn how to solve problems in life and learning

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