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|Title:||The Relationship between EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) and Leadership Effectiveness in Business Management of Pharmaceutical Companies|
|Keywords:||Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQ);Leadership Effectiveness;Theoretical Communication Model;Decision Making Process|
|Abstract:||This specific research is intended to deal with a theoretical communication model, having as main participants of the research, supervisors, middle and senior managers, working for pharmaceutical companies to derive & comment the following data: The recognition and administration of emotional intelligence that incorporates self-awareness, self-management, social management and social awareness among the participants The recognition and administration of emotional intelligence traits that express communication abilities & leadership effectiveness to a large extent among genders ,males and females. The recognition and administration of emotional intelligence traits that express communication abilities & leadership effectiveness to a large extent among ages’ groups. The assessment of emotional intelligence traits that express the improvement of decision making process to a large extent among professionals of different marital status. The assessment of emotional intelligence traits that express the improvement of decision making process to a large extent among professionals of different educational levels.In practice, the aim of this research will lead to the development of the above mentioned theoretical communication model which incorporates the prerequisite of existence & use of all EQ traits in the pharmaceutical sector as valuable contributors in leadership effectiveness, decision making processes putting together with the eventual motivation of employees as the most essential factor for companies’ goals’ attainment.Based on the above mentioned reasons, a specific questionnaire was formulated and distributed to 250 specialized pharmaceutical professionals after having been adapted accordingly always based on existing data of Pharmaceutical Market in Greece; in order toguide us to relevant conclusions about EQ’s importance for the Greek pharmaceutical companies.Another aspect of the answers for that set of questions addressed to senior or middle level managers might lead at the same time to the assessment of EQ value in the context of communication with other members of the teamwork & also subordinates.Therefore, we believe that this specific study will be an additional tool available for all pharmaceutical companies’ executives since it focuses on the usefulness and application of emotional intelligence incorporated in the communication model of leadership effectiveness, decision making processes that are associated with profitability and generally professional progress.|
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