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  • Mon, September 24, 2018
  • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center, 301 South 68th Street Place, Lincoln, NE


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In today’s competitive talent landscape, it is imperative to not only hire the right people, but also use effective strategies to keep them engaged and invested in their development. Talent professionals have a key role in helping their organization proactively create and navigate this talent road map for future success.

In today’s session, Jamie Mohrman, will look at Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and why it is one of the most important factors that contributes to the success of an organization. We will deep dive into how EQ strengthens your ability to recognize and understand your emotions, the emotions of those around you, and your ability to use this awareness to manage your behavior and relationships with other people. 

We will also look at the science behind the hire and how talent professionals can use data to help understand a person’s natural talents and abilities and couple that information with EQ to create a culture of growth and sustainability for both the individual and the organization.

Key Takeaways:

  • Gain a basic understanding of emotions and observable behaviors and how you use that information to create productive relationships
  • Understanding of applying science behind the hire for sustainable growth and development
  • Identify four strategies to apply in your organization to improve your EQ


About Our Presenter

Jamie Mohrman is an HR Consultant with Zelle Human Resource Solutions. Jamie attended Wayne State College where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Communication & Organizational Leadership. Jamie has always had a passion for making a positive impact on the well-being of others. Before coming to Zelle HR, Jamie’s career path included serving as the HR Manager at Kidwell, Inc. for the past 5 years, and a variety of experience in staffing, employee engagement and job coaching.

Jamie has been involved with several community efforts to increase student interest toward careers in a professional trade, including the creation of a mentorship program for high school students.

Jamie serves as President-Elect for the Lincoln Human Resource Management Association board, and for the Lincoln Children’s Museum.


Cancellation Policy: No-shows will be billed; to avoid a no-show billing, please cancel 72 hours before the event by calling 402-434-7557.


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