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The influence of Emotional Intelligence in the choice of conflict resolution strategy


The purpose of this article is to examine the need for emotional intelligence (EI) in conflict resolution and workplace. Based on the review of emotional intelligence models, we aimed to comprehend the ability to resolve the effect of conflict and the process of regulation and processing of conflicts. Data were collected from a total of 280 university employees through Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i 2.0) and Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI). The results showed that the categories most frequently used by the participants were ‘Accommodation’, ‘Avoidance’ and ‘Compromise’. Women are among those who have used this kind of conflict resolution most. Additional results revealed significantly higher EI levels in females, a positive relationship between emotional intelligence and social intelligence, positive emotional intelligence in the Social Sciences department, and the significant impact of emotional intelligence on conflict resolution styles.The present article reported the impact of emotional intelligence on conflict resolution models, including the role of administrative staff in the Albanian context.

Keywords: Conflict Resolution, Emotional Intelligence, Employee, management style, wellbeing

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