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f our own emotions and those of others, in the moment, and to use that information to manage ourselves and manage our relationships optimally.” The level of emotional intelligence that one possesses can create negative or positive impact, on the owner of a company, on the company’s managers, personnel and even customers. If any organization becomes luckier in overturning the negative impact into positive, undoubtedly, success will be easily attainable. A negative behavior may be demonstrated by creating fear, stress, frustration, and anger. It can limit risk-taking and creativity. It can de-motivate, drain energy and discourage communications. All these will be translated into a negative impact that will become apparent through the reduction in productivity, an onset of discontent, increased stress in the workplace, diminished teamwork, faster turnover, and the organization may be viewed by the customers with a negative image. It would be a comparative advantage for any organization to promote a more positive outlook within the company, and more effectively, to be able to detect the obvious negative impact and overturn them into positive attributes. Positive behaviors like affording support on teamwork, creativity and risk-taking must be reinforced. Commendable traits such as motivating, confidence-building, open communication and productivity-conscious are to be enhanced. Through these efforts, positive impact shall be assured of, and can only lead to positive work environments, personal growth, favorable productivity, customer satisfaction and a more positive image in the eyes of the customers, and naturally, profits.
If the members of an organization are lacking in emotional intelligence, management should not ignore this, because it will be to their detriment. The first step which may not be that easy, is to recognize the unfavorable behavior, and the underlying reasons behind such undesirable trait. Once it is decided that the problem can be
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Mishandling may also result to legal suits, which damage the image of the organization and are also costly. Organizations in the modern day world are having it rough trying to conform to different laws and regulations in the country of their operations. Employers are therefore, at risk of law suits from employees and other state organs.
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It shows procedures in industrial relations as observed during the project while performing my duties as a line manager during the project. It also shows a comparison between these procedures and the stipulated human resource regulations on disciplinary policies and redundancy procedures to identify loop holes between the actual procedures and the practiced procedure.
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