Abstract

The questions the manager has to answer taking into account the conditions in administrative activities of public entities, in the practice of forming and making functional a truly competitive team, are those concerning the way in which he will manage to select the members of a relatively homogeneous team and adequate to the future programme, followed by what type of responsibilities will be assigned to the team, then the way through which the responsibilities will be communicated to him and, finally, the way in which the tasks will be awarded individually. The principles of functioning of a competitive team in public entities or institutions are the principle of the refusal of the identity, of the primacy of the project or of the administrative activity, of choosing the team’s manager as the center of the relational network within the team, of multidimensional thinking and of systemic action of the team, of the quality of the team’s spirit. The creative manager can possess multiple types of intelligence, ranging from the verbal-linguistic or visual-spatial one, to the kinetic or rhythmical-musical one, from the category of interpersonal or intrapersonal one, to the social intelligence, from the naturalistic one, to the academic or intellectual intelligence, supplemented by the emotional and partnership intelligence. This paper details and quantizes the main types of intelligence which co-operate with the aggregation in the final competitive intelligence of the team in administrative activity.

How to Cite
SÄƑVOIU, Gheorghe; JOVANOVSKA, Mimosa Bogdanovska. Emotional And Partnership Intelligence Of The Team’s Members In The Administrative Activities Of The Public Entities Or Institutions. Global Journal of Management And Business Research, [S.l.], v. 10, n. 3, june 2010. ISSN 2249-4588. Available at: <https://journalofbusiness.org/index.php/GJMBR/article/view/149>. Date accessed: 26 may 2020.