ASTD-NEFL Career Management
Special Interest Group
Emotional Intelligence and Employee Engagement
Daniel Goleman said it best when he said: “We are being judged
by a new yardstick; not just how smart we are, or by our training
and expertise, but also how well we handle ourselves and each
other.” That’s what Emotional Intelligence (EI) is about - our ability
to recognize and manage our own emotion, while also recognizing
and effectively responding to the emotions of others. Emotionally-
intelligent people recognize the importance of respect, care, and
essential social skills that are a must in the workplace. In this
program, Kelly Mannel will identify how emotional intelligence
impacts employee engagement and productivity.
You Will Learn:
• How to understand the basic competencies of emotional
• How to raise your awareness
• How to help you recognize and manage your own emotions
• How to help you recognize and effectively respond to the
emotions of others
• How the enhanced awareness will impact employee engagement
About the Speaker:
Kelly A. Mannel is the principal of Image
Partners, and shares industry practices in
organization development through leading
research on Emotional Intelligence in the
workplace. For more than a decade, Mannel has
incorporated organization-wide engagement and
executive coaching to promote cutting-edge talent
management, leadership development and change
for companies in all industry segments. As a writer and frequent
guest speaker to industry, Mannel has worked as a consultant
and coach for many Fortune 100 companies, including Intel
Corporation, Mayo Clinic, Procter & Gamble, CSX Transportation,
Shell Oil, and dozens of regional financial, healthcare, insurance,
manufacturing, and aerospace companies.
Are you a chapter member who...
- has had his/her employment impacted and wants to continue in the training and development field?
- is transitioning into the Training and Development field?
- is already in the Training and Development field and wants to enter a different aspect of T&D?
- seeks to manage your own career internally and externally of your organization?
Then join us for the March CMSIG Program!
ASTD Competency Model:
The Areas of Expertise, as defined by the ASTD Competency
Model, include nine critical factors needed to
be a successful workplace learning
professional. This month s CM-SIG program
supports two of the Areas of Expertise
entitled "Career Planning & Talent
Management and Improving Human
Thursday, March 22, 2012
6:00 to 6:30 p.m. Networking
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Program
No cost, but must be a member of NE Florida ASTD chapter to attend
The University of Phoenix
4500 Salisbury Road, 32216
(Please check the sign by the elevator for room location)
Contact for More Information:
Marilyn Feldstein: 904-443-0059
Lynn Higgison: 904-244-9161