The Impact of Entrepreneurs’ Emotional Intelligence on Creativity: The Moderating Role of Personal Traits

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Ala'eddin Ahmed, Nour Aldahabreh, Nawras M. Nusairat, Mohammd Abuhashesh, Leila Rawashdeh, Jassim Ahmad Al-Gasawneh

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The main objective of this research is to investigates the impact of emotional intelligence of entrepreneurs on creativity, and the moderating role of their personal traits. Also, the aim was to identify the connection between independent and dependent variables. The research independent variables consist of emotional intelligence factors (self-awareness, self-regulation, self-motivation, social awareness, and social skills) and the dependent variables are represented by creativity. A quantitative method was used to accumulate the initial data from a research survey that was given to entrepreneurs in Jordan. The result shows a positive impact of emotional intelligence on creativity. The conclusion of this paper provides essential suggestions for policy-makers, entrepreneurs, and those wishing to support and promote entrepreneurship in Jordan.

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Ala’eddin Ahmed, Nour Aldahabreh, Nawras M. Nusairat, Mohammd Abuhashesh, Leila Rawashdeh, Jassim Ahmad Al-Gasawneh. (2021). The Impact of Entrepreneurs’ Emotional Intelligence on Creativity: The Moderating Role of Personal Traits. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 5626–5640. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6651
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