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Julio César Acosta Prado

Rodrigo Arturo Zarate Torres

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Resumen

Mediante un estudio exploratorio aplicado a 614 gerentes de Guatemala, Chile y Colombia, se establece la caracterización de la inteligencia emocional (IE) de gerentes latinoamericanos, capacidad de percibir, valorar y expresar emociones, propias y ajenas, reflejada en el concepto de IE y su impacto en los logros personales y profesionales de los gerentes latinoamericanos. Los resultados muestran que los encuestados tienen una gran capacidad para evaluar y reconocer sus propias emociones, baja capacidad para evaluar y comprender las emociones de los miembros de su equipo de trabajo, alta capacidad de autocontrol de sus emociones en estados de ánimo extremos y alta capacidad para dirigir sus emociones hacia el logro de sus competencias.

Keywords

caracterización, inteligencia emocional, gerentes latinoamericanos, estudio exploratoriocharacterization, emotional intelligence, Latin American managers, exploratory study

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Cómo citar
Acosta Prado, J. C., & Zarate Torres, R. A. (2017). Inteligencia Emocional in Gerentes Latinoamericanos: Un estudio exploratorio. Universitas Psychologica, 16(3), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy16-3.eila
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