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International Business Management
Year: 2016  |  Volume: 10  |  Issue: 25  |  Page No.: 5836 - 5841

Investigating the Effect of Thinking Styles Dimension from the Perspective of Sternberg and Emotional Intelligence Staff of Agricultural Jihad Organization in East Azerbaijan Province (City of Tabriz)

Amir Hossein Amirkhani, Mitra Abbasian, Mohammad Kharaghani and Hamideh Arshadi    

Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of thinking styles on emotional intelligence of staff of Agricultural Jihad Organization in the city of Tabriz. In order to investigating the effect of thinking styles on emotional intelligence, 250 employees, using random sampling method and with emotional intelligence questionnaire Sieber or Shearing and Sternberg-Wagner Thinking Style Questionnaire, was examined. Reliability of the questionnaire according to Cronbach’s alpha 0.86 percent has been estimated. To analyze the data, descriptive and inferential statistics were used. After collecting data using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, Pearson correlation coefficient, and tolerance to linear regression analysis are discussed. The findings showed that there is a direct correlation between the dimensions of thinking styles and emotional intelligence, results showed that after thinking style actions significant effect on emotional intelligence employees. After thinking style, no significant effect on the emotional intelligence of employees and the level of emotional intelligence of employees a significant effect on the thinking style.

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