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Emotional intelligence
Jeřábková, Marie ; Kašparová, Eva (advisor) ; černohorský, Ivan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with problematics of emotional intelligence and its importance in employment, especially concerning leading position. The first part of the thesis, which is a theoretical part, is focusing on explanation of basic concepts such as emotion, emotional intelligence, self-awareness, self-control, empathy and relationship control. Then follows the practical part, which is dedicated to the evaluation of the research. The research was realized within the method of questionnaire and the questioned subjects were employees of HR department of companies. The objective was to determine whether the emotional intelligence is the main factor when choosing employees for leading positions. Further, the thesis investigated whether HR departments measure and develop emotional intelligence at their current employees. Another focus of the thesis is to determine what qualities of emotional intelligence are preferred for leading positi-ons. Lastly, there is detailed evaluation of the questionnaire and comparison of its re-sults with the hypothesis.

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