Join us for our evening debate followed by a cocktail reception on Tuesday, March 5th at 6:30 p.m. at the TUBÀ on the theme "Emotional Quotient: New Measurement of Intellectual and Functional Skills in Business".
Peter Salovey and John D. Mayer have identified Emotional Intelligence as "a form of social intelligence that involves the ability to observe one's own feelings and the feelings of others, to separate them and to use this information to guide one's thoughts and actions".
After having defined in more detail what is meant by Emotional Intelligence or Emotional Quotient, we will see how it is used today to serve companies, particularly during the recruitment process or in management. Our four speakers will then discuss the subject based on their experience or analysis of the phenomenon.
18h45-19h00 : Presentation of the speakers
20h30-21h45 : Cocktail - Jacques Lafargue caterer
Dr. in psychology, lecturer, coach and trainer, Lisa Bellinghausen has a passion for emotion. For the past ten years, she has been helping managers and company directors to "realign themselves emotionally" in order to (re)find a balance between professional and personal life and thus increase their performance. In 2017, she and a colleague created a new model of emotional intelligence to capture emotions and gain emotional agility: the 7-step Emotionally Intelligent Process.
Catherine Dou Eustaquio, an engineer by training, has been working in sales and management positions in IT and Telecom for more than 30 years. Considering her job as a sales representative as that of a consultant who will, above all, understand the problems of her clients before providing answers, she favours listening. Catherine is also ambassador for France within her company of the "WIT" group, which aims to promote women in IT jobs.
A university graduate, Nadia Boulegroun, HRD by profession, has supported various organizations, from service to international solidarity and digital. She is currently an HR consultant in the Biotechnologies sector and founder of HiTiJob Academy, an institute dedicated to the training of high-potential profiles wishing to reorient themselves towards digital professions.
Rethinking cities to transform them into sustainable cities, devising innovative solutions to make urban life easier, but also to facilitate the emergence of new businesses and job creation, TUBÀ strives to forge links between the various actors in the city. TUBÀ embodies a new form of innovation that supports the economic development of businesses and the well-being of citizens in the city.
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