The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between emotional intelligence and self-resilience among international students in business program at a selected public university. A self-administrated questionnaire was distributed to thirty-seven international students who registered in “Principles of Management” course on the Google classroom. Only nineteen questionnaires were returned with completion. Analysis of Pearson correlation revealed the positive association between emotional intelligence and self-resilience at a medium level (r = .526, p < .05). Discussions and recommendations for further studies were also discussed.
The main objective of this study was to examine the association between empathy and conflict management styles. Twenty graduate students in MBA program in a selected government university were distributed the survey questionnaire. Only seventeen students returned the questionnaire with completion. Empathy was measured by using the Toronto Empathy Questionnaire and conflict management styles were assessed based on modified version of conflict management questionnaire based on the concept of Thomas-Kilmann. Results indicated that graduate students had a medium level of empathy, and collaborating style was rated as the most favorable conflict management style for this group of students. In addition, Findings revealed the positive relationship between empathy and accommodating conflict style at a medium level (r = .531, p < .05). The recommendations for a further study and research implications were also proposed.