By: Celina Peerman
So…how much ‘drama’ do you see in your daily work? What is behind this heightened state of emotion and how do we keep ourselves from getting drawn in? This session will work on the emotional intelligence skills we all need, and need to support in others, to do the work we need to do and drive performance in our teams. Focus will be the importance of HR professional skills and the ability to build trust as a strategic business partner and resource for all employees. Tools and techniques included will also be in minimizing the drama effect among others, not only as we model it but as we teach new skills to other team members, too.
Objectives of this presentation include:
- Evaluate current research on emotional intelligence and self-regulation
- Recognize key cultural and interpersonal triggers that increase drama and diminish teamwork
- Identify key points to increase mental health at work
- Apply learning to building stronger teams with increased EQ
About the Speaker:
Celina Peerman serves as an organizational behavior specialist with over 24 years of experience from front line to senior level positions, in a wide range of industries and organizations. She is passionate about engaging our human resources in innovative ways to achieve even better organizational results. Celina has led successful workshops and designed training for a variety of companies in all types of settings. She has also presented at numerous conferences for local, state and national audiences. Her work in Southeast Asia, Canada and Central America gave additional operations experience, further developing her strong international interests. While she loves the travel and the way it stretches her own learning, she is passionate about helping Iowa companies even more. Making sure we are well prepared to recruit and keep the best people and companies right here is priority. Celina’s focus is to provide quality training and services that directly contribute to service for all stakeholders and in particular – the retention of front-line staff and strength of first-line supervisors. Her passion is for how people behave at work; the good, the bad and the worst. She is practical, professional and focuses on ways to help participants apply learning back on the job. Celina’s style has been described as dynamic noting the ability to draw in even the most resistant attendees through real life examples and humor.