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INFLUENCE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON EMOTIONAL DISSONANCE AND INNOVATIVE WORK BEHAVIOR
Corresponding Author(s) : Irfan Ullah Khan
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 9 No. 3 (2021): May
Purpose of the study: This study aims to examine the effect of emotional intelligence on emotional dissonance and innovative work behavior by collecting data from the employees working in higher education institutions of KP, Pakistan.
Methodology: The study is cross-sectional which ensured a methodological approached to analyze the data to chase the answers to research questions by applying statistical procedures to conclude the study systematically.
Main findings: The results are significant which offer sufficient information in concluding the study by offering recommendations to policymakers and management of higher education institutions along with some suggestions to future researchers.
Application of the study: The results of this study might be helpful for the management of higher education institutions in revisiting their policies regarding the effective implementation of different measured concerning the research issues under consideration to provide a better solution in a tailor-made format.
Novelty/ Originality of the study: The study is significant in providing new findings, new knowledge, and new techniques about existing realities to the existing database of knowledge about the application of emotional intelligence, emotional dissonance, and innovative work behavior in higher educational institutions.
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