Emotional Intelligence and Organizational Justice Week 9 Assignment

Emotional Intelligence and Organizational Justice Week 9 Assignment

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Emotional Intelligence and Organizational Justice Perceptions in Federal Government Human Resources
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“As sustainability proves key to strategy, HR becomes crucial to execution by seeing that the right people are in the critical positions. The big question “What competencies are needed to be effective in leading a company’s sustainability initiative? (Goleman, 2010)
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The Five Components of EI Self-Awareness Self-Management/Regulation Motivation Empathy Social Skills
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The importance of Organizational Justice Perceptions by employees in the public sector Employee perceptions about organizational justice concerns their interpretations whether the work situation is fair and are related to: Job Satisfaction Organizational Commitment Job Performance Withdrawal Behaviors Counterproductive behaviors Self-perceptions
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Types of Justice Perceptions Distributive Justice : Employee perceptions of the fairness of a particular outcome Procedural Justice : Whether the employee perceives that the process used to make the decision was fair Interactional Justice : perceptions of whether organizational agents implement procedures fairly, by
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