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Emotional Intelligence (EI) has various definitions from several people; however, a general definition can be made by understanding the differences between emotional intelligence and emotional competence. Generally EI is the skill to analyze, recognize, and manage emotional indications, whereas, Emotional competence is the non-cognitive capabilities and social skills that impact human operations. A few out of numerous instruments such as Bar-On’s EQ-I, Salovey’s Multifactor Emotional Intelligence Scale, and Goleman and Boyatzis’ Emotional
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