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Learn how to engage your virtual and hybrid teams using emotional intelligence with this free learning session!

The reality of the workforce today and how we operate as organizations is both virtual and face-to-face. The challenge is how to stay connected and engaged in this setup. Learn practical applications through emotional intelligence to stay connected.

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

The course outline includes the:

  • latest research on the benefits and challenges of work-from-home and hybrid work setups,
  • relation of emotional intelligence to many of the challenges, and
  • actions of organizations with EI to help leaders tackle the challenges of remote & hybrid working.

Ms. Ruby Mañalac - COO of Emovation Inc.

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

She is one of the pioneers of The Profiles Group of Companies during its inception in 1999 and has been with the organization for over a decade. She has served in different capacities and has risen to her current role.

Ruby, 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 one of the international speakers at the Genos Singapore International Conference last 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 with raving praises about her performance and expertise.

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

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