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Mayer's Ability Model of Emotional Intelligence. Comparison Goleman
Anneke Zwart, Student (University), Netherlands, Premium Member
The Ability Model of Mayer of Emotional Intelligence (EI) versus Goleman. Mayer has been the first who defined the concept of EI. After that, many contributors including Goleman have developed different definitions of EI and used different approaches to define and measure it. Because Mayer and Goleman have both been important contributors, it is interesting to see in what way their approches to EI are different. 1.The Competence-based Approach of Goleman: Although both theories/models do have overlaps, Goleman developed a different definition of EI that existed of the Four Domains of EI described in the . In short, these are: 1.1. Self-awareness 1.2. Self-management 1.3. Social awareness 1.4. Relationship management These four clusters together form seventies EI competencies that are all categorized in one of the four domains. 2. The Ability model of Mayer: Mayer developed the so-called ability model of EI, in which EI exists of 4 cognitive abi (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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