RAVI VASHISHT* AND KESARI SINGH
Faculty of Management and Liberal Arts, Shoolini University, Solan-Oachghat-Kumarhatti Highway, Bajhol-173 229 (Himachal Pradesh), India
*(e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org; Mobile : 9805599832)
(Received : January 10, 2020; Accepted : March 14, 2020)
The present study examined the relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and conflict management style adopted by doctors. The study was conducted among doctors working in government hospitals of
Himachal Pradesh. One hundred and fifty-nine doctors participated in the study. The study employed multi-stage sampling. Final respondents were selected using convenience and judgement sampling techniques. Findings of the study revealed significant relationship between EI and compromising styles of conflict management. Furthermore, positive relationship was found between EI with collaboration and compromising style of conflict management.
Key words : Conflict management, emotional intelligence, doctors, medical professionals, styles