Garden Hotel, 368 Huanshi Dong Lu, Guangzhou.
Tuesday, June 7, 2016, 18:00.
Members 150 RMB, Non-members 225 RMB.
The price includes coffee, tea, fingerfood and networking
If you need a fapiao, please tell us in advance and provide us the “invoice title”, and we will give you the fapiao during the seminar. Please note that in case a fapiao is needed you will be charged an additional 6,75% (taxes) of the current price.
Modern organizations are made of lean structures in which boundaries are barely sketched out and job roles poorly defined, and where people are in a constant and interdependent relation; all these factors have significantly increased flexibility and dynamism. The other side of this great change is represented by the significant emotional discomfort that characterizes the daily life of workers. One of the main reasons for this is a widespread “emotional illiteracy” that has underestimated how performance is heavily influenced by the emotions that play a constant role during the work hours and by the individual strategies for dealing with one’s own and others’ emotions that different situations, people and events can generate. Being able to recognize, understand and use proactively the emotions involved in any moment of our life is the key to success in a lot of different job positions, at various levels.
During this Seminar you will be introduced, in a simple and interactive way, to the main dimensions of Emotional Intelligence and how each of them can impact directly your daily activity at work.
The trainer – Mr. Andrea Lattanzi
HR Consultant with many years of experience, Andrea completed his Master’s degree cum magna laude in Work and Organizational Psychology at the University of Rome. He has cooperated with the Industrial Psychology department of the “Sapienza” University of Rome, then he started working as an HR consultant and a Recruitment Project Manager for one of the top European companies in the fields of psychometric testing and consulting. During the last years he has helped the Chinese clients of his Company to grow and improve their knowledge of psychometric tests and HR consultancy models, and he developed new business strategies for them, living first in Shanghai and then in Guangzhou. In 2015 he moved permanently to China, starting working for O.S. China as a Development Manager in the areas of Shanghai and Guangzhou, designing and delivering projects about Human Assessment and Development (through Assessment Centers, training, coaching, competency-based evaluation systems).
HR professionals, Middle or Top Managers, Team Leaders
18：00 – 18：30
18：30 – 19：30
19：30 – 20：00
· Finger food & Networking
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文字来源： OS China