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Are you experiencing a high attrition rate during this pandemic? Have you ever wondered what is missing in your talent selection and management processes?

If you answered yes to either question, then it is time to look at how emotional intelligence can support your hiring and talent-management initiatives.

Event details may be subject to change without prior notice. Please take note that no certificates will be given for this webinar.

The course outline includes:

  • Ice Breaker
  • Importance of Emotional Intelligence
  • Meaning of Emotional Intelligence
  • Challenges in Talent Selection and Management in the Pandemic
  • Incorporating Emotional Intelligence into the Talent Selection and Talent Management Processes

Total and Timeless Leader Facilitator — Ms. Ruby Mañalac

Ruby Mañalac is currently the COO of Emovation, Inc., the business unit of emotional intelligence and proud affiliate of The Profiles Group of Companies. Her passion—and purpose—is to spread emotional intelligence with innovation as she advocates healing a currently hurting world while bringing out the best in the performances of people.

She has been with The Profiles Group of Companies for about 14 years as one of the pioneers during the company’s inception in 1999. She has served in different capacities and has risen from the ranks to her present role.

Ruby, as a dedicated practitioner of Emotional Intelligence, was interviewed on ANC and CNN regarding this subject matter.

Ruby has attended EI certificate courses twice in Sydney, Australia, and was invited as one of the international speakers in the Genos Singapore International Conference year 2018 for best practices of EI. She was also part of the delegation that attended the Genos Hawaii, USA International Conference in 2019. She has had over a hundred talks and seminars about emotional intelligence and the response have been wonderful.

She espouses that her greatest learnings on emotional intelligence are through practice and through life with her saying, “It is best to start taking the first step and progressing.”

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