We are all mad in wonderland: an organizational culture framework for emotions and emotional intelligence research

Daus, Catherine S., Dasborough, Marie T., Jordan, Peter J. and Ashkanasy, Neal M. (2012). We are all mad in wonderland: an organizational culture framework for emotions and emotional intelligence research. In Neal M. Ashkanasy, Charmine E.J. Hartel and Wilfred J. Zerbe (Ed.), Experiencing and managing emotions in the workplace (pp. 375-399) Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing.

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Author Daus, Catherine S.
Dasborough, Marie T.
Jordan, Peter J.
Ashkanasy, Neal M.
Title of chapter We are all mad in wonderland: an organizational culture framework for emotions and emotional intelligence research
Title of book Experiencing and managing emotions in the workplace
Place of Publication Bingley, United Kingdom
Publisher Emerald Group Publishing
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1108/S1746-9791(2012)0000008019
Series Research on Emotion in Organizations series
ISBN 9781780526768
1780526768
ISSN 1746-9791
Editor Neal M. Ashkanasy
Charmine E.J. Hartel
Wilfred J. Zerbe
Volume number 8
Chapter number 14
Start page 375
End page 399
Total pages 25
Total chapters 14
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Despite ongoing controversy, emotional intelligence is emerging as a potentially important variable in furthering our understanding of individual behavior in organizations. In this respect, however, most of the research in relation to emotional intelligence has been at the individual level of behavior. In this chapter, we develop a framework for considering the impact of emotional intelligence at the organizational level. Specifically, we map Mayer and Salovey's four emotional intelligence abilities onto Shein's three-level organizational culture schema. We conclude with a discussion of implications for managers and suggest that the model we propose may prove to be a useful starting point for future research into emotional intelligence as an organizational phenomenon.
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Additional Notes Series ISSN: 1746-9791

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