International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss


The Impact of Leader’s Emotional Quotient on organizational effectiveness: Evidence from Industrial and banking sectors of Pakistan.
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ehsan Malik, Rizwan Qaiser Danish, Yasin Munir

Barrier between organizational effectiveness and bankruptcy is only the role of leadership. Organizations spill huge amounts every year on employee’s satisfaction, motivation and training procedures but few organizations focus on leader’s emotional quotient and involve their management in emotional intelligence activities. Some time serious faults in vehicle may be the lack of driver’s skills. This study is an endeavor to analyze the impact of leader’s emotional quotient on organizational effectiveness. Hundred organizations were  to collect responses and 300 questionnaires were distributed in industrial and banking sectors of Pakistan and 250 complete questionnaires were received at the response rate of 83.3%. Pearson’s moment correlation and linear regression is applied to determine the relationship of leader’s emotional quotient and organizational effectiveness. Result shows significant and positive impact and strong implications of this study. Research limitations and future directions are also discussed in this study.

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