Abstract

Wh ile conducting the research in Emotional Intelligence, about the human resource in educational institutes, i.e., secondary school teachers , the researcher was always curious to know about what are those teachers remembered by today’s teachers? And what can be the reasons for recalling only those particular teachers? While conducting EQ awareness programs and S EI, (Social Emotional Intelligence Assessment), the researcher organized various interventions between Pre and Post Training Assessments for Teachers. The base of developing and designing the modules was Pre Training Assessments. Where the researcher obser ved that teachers are struggling to achieve SEI Compe- tencies, namely, ‘Navigating Emotions’, ‘Empathy’, ‘Recognizing Patterns’ and ‘Pursue Noble Goal’. She always wanted to know what is the purpose teachers have for their profession? When she asked some questions while interviewing them in groups and also then they were writing individually about their teachers who taught them in their schools when they were learning in their childhood, most of the teachers wrote and responded that they remember joyful an d understanding teachers. As an EQ researcher especially in the field of HRM, “Impact of teachers Emotional Intelligence on student’s performance”, this data, found very interesting and important to her. This research paper will put forth the light upon ho w the teachers recently teaching in the schools when the researcher gave them an option to choose a teacher to follow in their life now, they want to remember and choose, those who are joyful, understanding, happy, helpful, careful, smiling, giving, creating examples, and so on.

How to Cite
SURYAWANSHI, DR. SNEHAL MAHESHKAR, Arati. The Todays Teaching Human Resource Wants to Remember Joyful and Understanding Teachers More than Others of their Childhood. Global Journal of Human-Social Science Research, [S.l.], july 2018. ISSN 2249-460X. Available at: <https://socialscienceresearch.org/index.php/GJHSS/article/view/2573>. Date accessed: 07 mar. 2021.