Emotional awareness (Schutte et al. )
I am aware of the personal feelings when meeting someone.
I know the content/implicit that I want to convey to other members when working in a team.
I can feel and capture the emotions of other team members when talking or working with me .
When my emotions at work change, I know clearly why I have that change.
I feel the evaluation through the hidden meanings of the group members to me through their actions and gestures.
Emotion’s usage (Schutte et al. )
I always evaluate the importance of work and events to myself.
My ability to come up with new ideas is affected by my mood.
My problem-solving ability/level is affected by mood.
My responsibilities and enthusiasm for work are influenced by mood.
Emotions are one of the most meaningful things in my life because I use them all the time.
Emotional understanding (Schutte et al.)
I know when to share my own problemswith others.
When communicating, I know how to arrange event content so that listeners feel comfortable.
When I need to express myself to someone, I always know how to make an impression on that person.
I empathize with the stories others share with me.
I always believe in myself to do a good job.
Emotional controlling (Schutte et al.)
I know how to maintain positive emotions.
I always create positive motivation when taking on a job.
I always control my emotions in every situation.
Teamwork results (Volet and Mansfield)
My team worked together to complete the task in a timely manner.
My team acted with calm and control.
My team is always actively supporting each other, with a spirit of confidence, optimism and determination.
My team adapts to changing situations.
My team has been monitoring and reassessing the situation.
My team anticipates possible scenarios.