The Influence of Bank Employees' Daily Aerobic Exercise Routine on their Emotional Intelligence

1E. Chandramouli; Dr.C.Kathiravan; S.Velmurgan

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Abstract:

The banking sector contributes significantly to a country's economic growth. The 1991 government policy of economic liberalization resulted in structural reforms in the Indian economy, with banks undergoing several operational modifications. Banks offer a wide range of services to their customers, and technology advancements have given the banking industry a whole new looked.Aerobic exercise is defined as any physical activity that causes you to sweat, causes you to breathe harder, and causes your heart to beat quicker than it would at rest. It strengthens the heart and lungs, as well as the cardiovascular system, to better manage and supply oxygen throughout the body."Emotional Intelligence" is defined as "the ability to identify, use, understand, and control emotions in good ways to reduce stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome problems, and defuse conflict".This study aims to find out the relationship and impact of Regular Aerobic Exercise practice onEmotional Intelligence among the Bank Employees in Cuddalore district. For that purpose, the independent variables are Aerobic exercise and Dependent variables are Emotional Intelligence and its sub variables are Self-Awareness, Managing Emotions, Self-Motivation, Recognizing the Emotions of Others, Handling Relationship. This study is descriptive in nature and the data will be collected by using questionnaire by 150Regular Aerobic Exercise practice from bank employees inCuddalore district. For ANOVA analysis will be employed to conduct the analysis in this study. From the findings of this research we concluded there is a positive relationship and significant influence towards the Regular Aerobic Exercise practice onEmotional Intelligence of Bank Employees in Cuddalore district.

Keywords:

Aerobic exercise, Emotional Intelligence, Bank Empl

Paper Details
Month1
Year2022
Volume26
IssueIssue 1
Pages227-235