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Abstract

The paper is aimed to study the relationship between emotional intelligence and learning organisation practices in academic libraries of select universities of Jammu & Kashmir. The purpose of the study is to analyze the perception of university library staff towards the existing emotional intelligence practices prevailing in the libraries. Moreover, the present study also aims to examine the perception of library staff towards the learning organisation practices. The sample respondents in this study comprise of 169 library staff taken from the nine universities of Jammu & Kashmir. The selection of respondents was based on simple random sampling. The data collected were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. The results revealed that there is a positive and significant relationship between emotional intelligence and learning organisation practices in academic libraries. It is stressed that emotional intelligence and learning organisation practices in academic libraries need to be further strengthened which would lead in creating a competitive and quality work environment. The study suggests that steps aimed at improving emotional intelligence and learning organisation atmosphere must take the relationship between emotional intelligence and learning organisation into perspective for better performance and functioning of academic libraries.

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