E is for ethics, evaluation & emotional intelligence
Cruickshank, Prue; McLarin, Allan
Citation:Cruickshank, P., & McLarin, A. (2000, July). E is for ethics, evaluation & emotional intelligence. Paper presented at the Conference of the Australia and New Zealand Communication Association, Ballina, Australia.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/1988
Daniel Goleman believed the superior performance of star performers at Bell Labs was, amongst other things, due to their ability to co-ordinate teamwork, build consensus, see things from the perspective of others, and be self-managed in regulating time and work commitments. This paper evaluates an active learning communication project designed to promote emotional intelligence, and explores the ethics of individual assessment based on team performance and peer evaluations. The course project and its assessment were constructed in response to recent research on the competencies and attitudes sought by employers of business faculty graduates for the year 2005.
Keywords:Emotional intelligence, Active learning, Team performance
ANZSRC Field of Research:130203 Economics, Business and Management Curriculum and Pedagogy
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