For immediate release through Sept. 28, 2005.
FARMERS BRANCH/DALLAS • For patients, having a quality, compassionate health care provider is very important but for those in the health care industry, hiring people who can provide this service is essential. The Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce and Brookhaven College’s Corporate and Continuing Education Division are offering a free seminar to businesses owners, particularly those in the health care industry. “Emotional Intelligence and Its Impact,” will be presented Sept. 28 from 7:30-9 a.m. at Brookhaven College’s Ellison Miles Geotechnology Institute.
“Emotional Intelligence and Its Impact: In Hiring, Retention, Regulation, and Performance in the Healthcare Industry” will provide information to employers who want to hire and retain the best health care employees. Mike Poskey, vice president of ZERORISK HR, and Mubina Gillani, CEO of Empowered Training Centre, have prepared a program that will define, describe and demonstrate the principles and practices of emotional intelligence and outline the financial impact it is having on corporate America.
The interactive seminar will cover some best practices for employee retention in the health care industry and for including emotional intelligence in hiring and training programs. The goal of the seminar is to show employers, especially those in the health care industry, how to consistently hire and retain top talent, increase regulatory compliance and improve patient safety.
The Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce is taking reservations for the event that is free and open to the public. To make a reservation e-mail Kali Bailey or register online at the Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce Web site. For information or directions to Brookhaven College, please call 972-860-4700 or visit our maps and directions page.