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March ASTD-NEFL Career Management Special Interest Group

  • Thursday, March 22, 2012
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • University of Phoenix, 4500 Salisbury Rd. 32216


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                ASTD-NEFL Career Management 
                          Special Interest Group

                               March Program  

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
.” 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
  and productivity.

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

Event Details:
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


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PO Box 551202

Jacksonville, FL 32255-1202


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