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Research Paper | Psychology Science | India | Volume 7 Issue 3, March 2018
Correlation between Openness to Experience - A Personality Factor and Emotional Intelligence among Women Leaders of Odisha
Purna Ch. Pradhan | Dr Urmimala Das
Abstract: A study was conducted to measure Emotional Intelligence and Personality traits of women leaders of Odisha. In this study, the researcher has taken 2 constructs, one is Personality (measured by Big Five Factor Model) and the other one is Emotional Intelligence (EI- measured by WEIS Scale). The construct personality is having 5 latent variables in short called as OCEAN and the other construct EI is having 4 latent variables like Self emotion appraisal in short SEA, Others emotion appraisal in short OEA, use of emotions in short UOE and Regulation of emotions in short ROE. Help of G Power software was taken to calculate the probable sample size with one tail. Analysis was done by the help of SPSS version 23. A sample comprised of 64 women leaders from different sections were taken. The tests were conducted with the help of likert scale to measure the personality under Big Five Factor Model and Emotional Intelligence under Wongs Emotional Intelligence Scale. For analysis Multiple Linear Regression test was conducted. The analysis found that, most of the women leaders are Openness to their experience with high emotional intelligence level.
Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Personality, Big Five Factor Model, Wongs Emotional Intelligence Scale, Leadership
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 3, March 2018,
Pages: 659 - 664