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An examination of the emotional intelligence of school principals and the impact on school climate in public schools in the United Arab Emirates

Maryam Al Shehhi, Khadeegha Alzouebi,
Published in Emerald Publishing Limited

At this juncture, one needs to analyze the problem statement and the purpose of this article. It is an undeniable fact that the schools are no longer classroom-oriented teaching but demands a higher level of teaching that will help students enhance their maximum potential. Having instructional based knowledge, knowledge of policies both in national and regional level and implementing them on time is not adequate for their success. Research in this area has prompted academicians to delve further into factors that can convert a manager to an instructional leader with the ability to provide a synthesis of responsibilities, which might help in positively impacting the learning outcome of the students (Wendorf-Heldt, 2009). School principals have moved into a different paradigm, and no longer being a good manager is sufficient to run a school. Academicians have been engaged to study the subject from various …

About the journal
JournalJournal of Applied Research in Higher Education
PublisherEmerald Publishing Limited
Open AccessNo