Level of writing Graduate
Format APA 6th Edition
Include: Executive Summary, List of Tables (if applicable),
List of Figures (if applicable), The Body/Text, References
Length 6 pages not including References/Tables/Figures
References Use all from list below, at a minimum (see end of document)
Content Required See Instructions
Overview The paper must reflect an administrative approach to emotional
intelligence as it relates to financial analysis, planning,
and control and use relevant financial measurements to determine
return on investment, and financial health/success.
Instructions The paper will examine emotional intelligence as it relates to financial
analysis, planning, and control. More specifically, the paper will examine
the impact of emotional intelligence on financial factors within the United
States Air Force. Findings will be evaluated, and recommendations will be
made based on the data analysis of the collective study.
The paper will thoroughly define the research variables. Data in the paper
will be collected and organized in regards to financial analysis, planning,
and control with a focus on emotional intelligence as it relates to the United
States military budget to include: components, policy, process, challenges,
growth, and management. From the aforementioned, the relationship between
emotional intelligence and financial analysis, planning, and control
within the given setting will be made clear. More, the specific study will
posit the impact of emotional intelligence on return on investment, sustainability,
and overall financial health by means of data collection in regards to
(1) recruitment costs, (2) training costs, (3) retention/turnover costs, and (4)
resource management costs within the United States Air Force.. Benefits of
emotional intelligence development will posit the impact of emotional intelligence
on return on investment, and answer the following:
1.. What are the financial benefits of emotional intelligence adoption?
2. How is the success of investment measured in a government/military
3. What is the impact of emotional intelligence program adoption on
budgeting and project prioritization?
4. What is the impact of emotional intelligence program on recruitment,
training, retention, and resource management
5. What is the relationship between EI and decision-making (link
decision-making to budget allocation and resource management)
REFERENCES TO USE (At a minimum. Any additional must be scholarly/credible):
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Latour, S. M., & Hosmer, B. C. (2002). Emotional intelligence: Implications for all united states air force
leaders. Air & Space Power Journal, 16(4), 27-35. Retrieved from http://cmich.idm.oclc.org/login?
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and communication styles of military leaders on the performance of followers. Retrieved from http://
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Advances in Management, 3(2).
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selection to military special operations training schools (Order No. 10006445). Available from Business
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Bar-On, R. (2010). A new US Air Force study explores the cost-effectiveness of applying the Bar-On EQi.
Retrieved from http://www.eiconsortium.org/pdf/USAFPeliminaryPJStudy–Revised-b.pdf
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selection and incentive systems. Retrieved from https://www.gao.gov/assets/160/156077.pdf
The Mindfulness Initiative (2016). Building the Case for Mindfulness in the Workplace, Retrieved from
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the 2008 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, CA. Retrieved from http://jeremyhunter.net/wp-content/themes/twentyten/documents/MindfulnessWorkplace-2008-AoM.pdf
Good, D.J., Lyddy, C.J., Glomb, T.M., Bono, J.E., Brown, K.W., Duffy, M.K., Baer, R.A., Brewer, J.A.,
Lazar, S.W. (2015). Contemplating Mindfulness at Work An Integrative Review. Contemplating Mindfulness
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