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Emotional Intelligence development in graduate curriculum increases EI capability and readies students for the workplace.
The contemporary workplace seeks employees with highly developed interpersonal skills. There is mounting evidence attesting to the advantages of EI in both education and the workplace. Furthermore, there is a strong understanding that EI can be developed. As a result, there are an escalating number of graduate schools and education organisations taking advantage of the research and developing the EI of learners.
Curriculum and Instruction | Higher Education | Personality and Social Contexts
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Black, Michelle, "Advancing Emotional Intelligence (EI) in Higher Education Curriculum: The Advantage for Students, Their Future Careers and Employers" (2015). Posters. 8.