Year:2023   Volume: 5   Issue: 2   Area:

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Khadija Ismail Abdallah KAMEES

THE PREDICTIVE ABILITY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE WITH SELF EFFICACY ‎AMONG A SAMPLE OF EMPLOYEES OF THE MINISTRY OF SOCIAL ‎DEVELOPMENT IN RAMALLAH AND AL-BIREH GOVERNORATE

This study aims to identify the predictive ability of emotional ‎intelligence with self-efficacy among a sample of employees of the ‎Ministry of Social Development in the Ramallah and Al Bireh ‎Governorate. The study sample consists of (100) employees of the ‎Ministry of Social Development in the Ramallah and Al-Bireh ‎Governorate. It consists of five sub-dimensions covering (43) items, ‎and the self-efficacy scale is developed, consisting of (32) items in its ‎final form, and acceptable validity and reliability indications are ‎extracted for them for the purposes of the study, followed by applying ‎the scale to the study sample, and then an analysis of the results is ‎conducted. The results of the study reveal that there is a statistically significant ‎predictive ability of emotional intelligence in predicting self-efficacy, ‎where emotional intelligence showed 76.1 of the variance ratio in self-‎efficacy. While the results of the study indicate that there are no statistically ‎significant differences in both emotional intelligence and self-efficacy ‎among the sample of employees of the Ministry of Social ‎Development in Ramallah and Al-Bireh Governorate, due to the ‎gender variable. This study aims to identify the predictive ability of ‎emotional intelligence with self efficacy among a sample of ‎employees of the Ministry of Social Development in the Ramallah and ‎Al-Bireh Governorate. The study sample consists of (100) employees ‎of the Ministry of Social Development in the Ramallah and Al-Bireh ‎Governorate. It consists of five sub dimensions covering (43) items, ‎and the self-efficacy scale is developed, consisting of (32) items in its ‎final form, and acceptable validity and reliability indications are ‎extracted for them for the purposes of the study, followed by applying ‎the scale to the study sample, and then an analysis of the results is ‎conducted. The results of the study reveal that there is a statistically significant ‎predictive ability of emotional intelligence in predicting self-efficacy, ‎where emotional intelligence showed 76.1 of the variance ratio in self-‎efficacy. While the results of the study indicate that there are no statistically ‎significant differences in both emotional intelligence and self-efficacy ‎among the sample of employees of the Ministry of Social ‎Development in Ramallah and Al-Bireh Governorate, due to the ‎gender variable‎.

Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Self-Efficacy, The Ministry of Social ‎Development

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.19.11


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