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Emotional Intelligence and the Impact of Employee Engagement

  • 15 May 2014
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Compass Group, 2300 Yorkmont Road, Charlotte NC, 28217
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Shelley Young, President, CEO, Envision3

Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to recognize and effectively manage emotions in ourselves and with others. It increases our ability to make good decisions, build relationships, deal with stress, navigate social complexities, and cope with change. It is the single biggest predictor of performance in the workplace and the strongest driver of leadership and personal excellence. Emotional Intelligence or EQ has been deemed – the “other kind of smart” in addition to IQ. EQ recognizes our uniqueness as individuals, but it places ownership on individuals to be aware of themselves and others. Additionally, it also enforces the responsibility we have to manage ourselves and our relationships with others.

Shelley is a seasoned professional with over 20 years experience in market-leading organizations and Fortune 500 corporations including Wells Fargo, Coca-Cola, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Xerox, University of Virginia Health Systems and Halliburton Corporation.  She has been recognized for strategic HR leadership and development and leveraging best practices across diverse industries and markets. 

Shelley has provided industry-specific knowledge and experience in Organizational and Human Development in order to help organizations develop high performance operating cultures. She has designed and delivered entry/mid/senior level management and leadership development programs, facilitated numerous executive teams in the Strategic Planning Process. She has conducted over 600 workshops/seminars for organizations on a wide range of critical topics including Emotional Inteligence, Understanding Your Personality Style, Moving Teams from Good to Great, Realizing Full Staff Potential, Enhancing Critical Thinking, Team Building, Effective Negotiations, Diversity and Leadership Development throughout the USA, Africa, India, and the Bahamas. 

Shelley holds a BA from Howard University, MBA from American University, Masters of Theology from Emory University and will graduate with her PhD in Business Management from Capella University in 2014. She has served as an Adjunct Instructor for Queens University, University of Phoenix, Shorter College, and Beulah Heights Bible College. She serves on the Board of Directors for Central Academy of Lake Park and volunteers throughout her community.

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