INFLUENCE OF EMOTIONAL INTENSITY AND LEADERSHIP TRAITS ON SOCIAL COMPETENCY OF HIGHER SECONDARY TEACHERS
Keywords:Emotional Intensity, Leadership Traits, Social Competency
The present research work was undertaken to study the influence of emotional intensity and leadership traits on social competency of higher secondary teachers. For this purpose, sample consisting of 650 higher secondary teachers was drawn and descriptive survey method was followed. For the purpose of measuring emotional intensity, leadership trait and social competency of higher secondary teachers, Emotional Intensity Scale, Leadership Trait Scale and Social Competency Scale were constructed and validated by the investigator and guide (2017). The Emotional Intensity Scale (EIS), Leadership Trait Scale (LTS) and Social Competency Scale (SCS) have 40 items, 51 items and 20 items respectively. The results from correlation analysis revealed that there is significant correlation exists between emotional intensity and social competency of higher secondary teachers. And also there is significant correlation exists between leadership traits and social competency of higher secondary teachers. The result from regression analysis revealed that both the variables “Emotional Intensity” and “Leadership trait” are influenced the social competency of higher secondary teachers. But impact of the variable “Emotional Intensity” on “Social Competency” is more.
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