Educational Seminars

CFHLA offers a variety of educational opportunities for our Members.  

2019 Human Resources Seminar Series

Seminar #3:  Hiring, Accessibility & Other ADA Issues
Date: Tuesday, October 1, 2019
TIme: 8:00AM - 10:30AM
Location: UCF Rosen - Disney Dining Room
Featuring: Jackson Lewis Representatives

HR Seminar #3 $35


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If you have any questions regarding the HR Seminar Series, please contact CFHLA Staff Member Taylor Hahn: (407) 313-5022 / [email protected]


CFHLA / Newleaf Training & Development Professional Development Series Breakfast Seminars

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) for Managers
Date: Tuesday. November 5, 2019
Time: 8:00AM - 10:00AM
Location: CFHLA Offices

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) for Managers Seminar


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Session Description:

The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report states that emotional intelligence will be one of the top 10 job skills by 2020, it is therefore critical that business leaders understand why hiring for this skill is critical to a successful business.

Simply put, managers with high emotional intelligence (EQ) combined with a high IQ tend to lead people better to achieve organizational results.

Incorporating an understanding of EQ into your workplace can improve management effectiveness, increase teamwork and have a positive impact on key measures. More and more, organizations are discovering that emotional intelligence skills in managers are a vital component of their organization’s success. Great managers know how to bring out the best of people — EQ is a vital part of that skill set. 

Managers who possess high EQ approach supervisory responsibilities from a different perspective. They understand the importance of communicating effectively with staff members, and treating each employee with respect while remaining laser-focused on the organization’s desired results.

If you have any questions regarding the CFHLA/Newleaf Seminar, please contact CFHLA Staff Member Erin Walsh: (407) 313-5012/ [email protected]