- June 18, 2020
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Speaker: Meghan Hollan
Topic: EQ Versus IQ: Are you Emotionally Intelligent?
|In this session, you will learn:
1. Understanding the need for their own emotional awareness.
2. Understanding what it means to have a good EQ- how emotions aren’t really intelligent but rather our awareness to ours and other emotions is what EQ is all about.
3. How to read other emotions within others and why this helps to develop stronger relationships.
4. Understanding the importance of EQ within their organization, investing is strong EQ in leadership and how it will lead to more impactful culture and relationships.
Emotional Intelligence has been a buzz word that has caught the attention of professional business leaders, academics and phycologists. Yet so many of our professions are not focusing on the importance of learning about our own “EQ” emotional self-awareness. Our ability to connect to our emotions plays a direct impact to our ability to connect to others. As HR professionals understanding how you connect, teach and bring that awareness into your leaders and workforce is a game changer!
Meghan Hollan is a 15-year Human Resources professional, personal brand enthusiast, and is coined as “the unlikely HR person.”
Meghan currently works as the Vice President of Human Resources for CR Architecture + Design, a national architecture firm based in Cincinnati. She also serves on the Ohio State SHRM conference committee as the Vice Chair for the 2020 conference and Chair for the 2021 state conference.
She holds her degree in Public Relations and Marketing from Northern Kentucky University and is working on a Masters’ degree in Human Resources Leadership from the University of Cincinnati. She is certified through the Society of Human Resources Management in her Senior HR Professional certification – SHRM- SCP.
Meghan has worked with various organizations throughout the Greater Cincinnati area as a board leader, member and contributor through public speaking and team development.
Presentation Is Pending For 1.00 SHRM-Professional Development Recertification Credit and 1.00 HRCI-General Recertification Credit
This topic is popular and this luncheon will be very popular; please register early!