Emotion Regulation Ability, Passion and Persistence, Predicting Creativity, and Professional Development
Emotions such as curiosity, frustration, irritation, joy, and excitement drive the creative process. A number of individual difference factors, such as knowledge of domain, quantitative skills, originality, and flexibility, predict creative behavior. Another creativity prediction factor involves personality. Prior research studies have identified a personality disposition called openness to experience as “the personality trait most […]
Lawyers and their leaders now have additional evidence about emotional intelligence (EI). A recent research study adds much support to the business case about EI for lawyers, legal organizations, and legal leaders. This new evidence concerns how emotional intelligence abilities can impact the effectiveness of individuals and their organizations positively. This new and important […]
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