An Empirical Study on Social Intelligence and Self Efficacy in Information Technology Organizations


  • Prof. Upasna Joshi Sethi
  • Ms. Sahiba Sharma


Intelligent people in society seem to have lived a rich and meaningful life, contrary to shortened effective experience. Other aspects are social intelligence, which originated from improving social problem solving skills. Experienced leaders and active interpersonal experience intelligence are main achievement factors for emotional intelligence (Marlowe 1986). Self efficacy is one of the most important personal resources in the work context. Self efficacy is always interesting to look at all the time because its existence is crucial for organizations. Self efficacy is proven to have a significant effect on work engagement. It is one’s belief in one’s ability. Self efficacy consists of generality, magnitude and strength. The affective commitment indicators include emotional attachment, identification and involvement. Job satisfaction consists of four indicators: work itself, promotion, supervision and work group (Luthan 2013). The study aims to explore the empirical effect of social intelligence on self-efficacy in information technology organizations. The study indicates that social intelligence effects self efficacy in information technology organizations. Social intelligence and self efficacy positively influence. Social intelligence impacts self efficacy positively. This study provides a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between social intelligence and self efficacy. The purpose of this study is to provide the theoretical background of self efficacy. This study is also analyze the measures of self efficacy on social intelligence.