International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development


International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
Vol. 2, Issue 12 (2015)

Emotional intelligence as a correlate of self-actualization among teachers at secondary teachers training college


Dr. Mitali Panda

Professionalism demands teachers to be innovative in their attitudes, flexible in their approach, always refreshing themselves with day≠to≠day developments in their respective subject area. Teaching too is one profession which demands a high level of emotional intelligence. Self-actualization means actualizing ones potentials, becoming everything one is capable of becoming. Self-actualized individuals are also thought to be correlated with higher levels of emotional intelligence, better outcomes at work, better general health and well-being in the quest for personal development, emotional intelligence refers to being effective and self-actualization to doing the best you possibly can.¬†
The investigator undertook the responsibility to find out the extent to which emotional intelligence of the teachers correlate with their self-actualization. It proposes to determine whether a statistical significant correlation exists between the various factors of emotional intelligence and self-actualization among teachers of training college at secondary level. The present study conducted on a sample of the teachers of various training colleges in Kolkata using stratified random sampling technique. Investigator used the emotional intelligence inventory of Dr. Subhra Mangal the self-actualization inventory has been designed by K. N. Sharma (1994). Data was analyzed by using Pearsonís product≠moment correlation coefficient ģ, and other descriptive statistics scores. This determines whether a relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Self-actualization, more specifically, the relationships between the different composite scales of the TEII and SAI explored. The results of the data analysis revealed sufficient evidence to establish a significant correlation between emotional intelligence and self-actualization.rn
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Dr. Mitali Panda. Emotional intelligence as a correlate of self-actualization among teachers at secondary teachers training college. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 158-168
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