Emotional Intelligence - A Reason for Rise in Indian Innovation Performance
Author(s):
Julie Sunil
Keywords:
Innovation, creativity, emotional intelligence, happiness, social well-being
Abstract
Nations that score high on happiness are also high on creativity and innovation. Incidentally, these countries also belong to high income categories. India is low on happiness (139th out of 149 countries), low on income yet has recently made it into the top fifty countries on innovation. Research is consistent on the positive correlation of happiness with the ability to be creative. The Indian paradox (of low happiness score and high innovation) could be due to the emotional intelligence that is strong in the Indian culture and is necessary to persist in the realm of innovation. The synthesis of scientific findings on happiness, creativity, innovation and emotional intelligence reveals connections on the reasons why happiness and emotional intelligence together contribute to the increase in creative and innovative output of a nation.
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Unique Paper ID: 153306

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 6

Page(s): 371 - 374
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