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Call for Papers: 2014 Summer Global Symposium on Women Leadership

Date: July 25-26, 2014 Los Angeles, United States of America Web address: http://www.uofriverside.com/conferences/global-womens-leadership-symposium/ Submission of an abstract, topic of interest or proposal will be accepted for the purpose of registration. Time schedule to be determined later after all the papers have been received. 30 minute presentation per paper. Topics: Abstracts of research papers in 150-200 words are invited from female professionals, females of any age interested in career growth, men who are supportive of women in leadership, executives, supervisors, managers, administrators, educators and Ph.D. scholars/Post Graduate students on contemporary issues in Women's Leadership befitting any of the conference tracks mentioned below. Topics of interest for submissions include, but are not limited to: -Gender and history -Women in the university: benefits and barriers -Market limitations -Glass ceilings -Trials and triumphs -Economics of G

A Current Study: An Assessment of Emotional Intelligence Understanding in the Field of Real Estate

Purpose/Significance Dr Andree Swanson and Dr Brand Bowler, research partners, are conducting a qualitative study is to identify the levels of understanding of emotional intelligence (EI) within the field of real estate sales.   Understanding and using EI is a learned behavior that real estate professionals should be aware of when dealing with clients.   Literature reveals that using EI will improve realtors’ efficiency and effectiveness.   The study will seek real estate sales professionals recruited through social media and networking.     Significance Statement The significance of this study is that a real estate sales professional must maintain the knowledge and skills necessary to provide professionally competent services.   Competence includes the wisdom to recognize the limitations of that knowledge and promote ethical relationships.   Emotional recognition of the client plays a crucial role in understanding the client’s motivation and feelings about his or her fina