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For this discussion, you will use information from your assigned readings and the literature to answer the following:

· Changing clinical practice or staff behavior can be challenging. Please describe Lewin’s Theory of Change. Give an example where you or organization used this theory to implement change. Was the change successful or unsuccessful? Why? Include change theory elements in your rationale. If the change was unsuccessful, what could the organization have done differently (include utilization of a different change theory)? 


· Initial Post: Minimum of two (2) total references: one (1) from required course materials and one (1) from peer-reviewed references.

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”Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Braşov, Romania ([email protected])

DOI: 10.19062/2247-3173.2018.20.67

Abstract: In this paper, I analysed the data obtained from an emotional intelligence test I

applied to a group of military students and related the results to a survey I applied to the same

group of students, which had the purpose to identify the members most qualified to occupy a
leadership position due to their qualities and attributes. The purpose of the study is to analyse the

importance and influence of emotional intelligence on a group’s leadership emergence and


The methods I used are both qualitative and quantitative research. The target group consists
of all senior military students of the Romanian Air Force Academy, the author of the study being

their direct commander. The Emotional Intelligence test was designed by Daniel Goleman, which

contains 10 items that represent different scenarios which puts the subjects in different critical
situations and the survey has 5 items with open answers that have the purpose to identify the

recognised group leaders.

The conclusions highlight the importance of emotional intelligence as a quality of a future

leader and verifies the hypothesis that someone who has the qualities of a leader is being
recognised by his group.

Keywords: emotional intelligence, leadership, leader


Emotional Intelligence as a concept, was formulated for the first time by Wayne Leon

Payne in 1985. He considered that Emotional Intelligence implies a creative relationship

with fear, pain and desire. In 1990, John Mayer and Peter Salovey, two american

professors, published two articles in which they tried to develop a scientific method to

measure the differences between individuals from abilities point of view. They discovered

that some individuals are more able to identify their own feelings and to those around

them and also in solving problems regarding emotions. Emotional Intelligence theory

started with those researches which combines feelings with rationality and rationality

with feelings.

Emotional Intelligence became one of the most discussed subjects in the United States

of America after Daniel Goleman, published his book with the title “Emotional

Intelligence”. Daniel Goleman combined the previous research available with his own


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