PAN-Genos Emotional Intelligence Project for the Selection and Development of Protective Services Personnel
Scott Stubenrauch, Psy.D.
PAN – Performance Assessment Network, Inc.
Location: McCormick & Schmick's Crystal City
- Networking starts at 4:15
- Presentation from 4:30-5:30
- Food included on-site
- Email questions for the presenter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm ET the day before
- Crystal City Shops, 2010 Crystal Dr, Arlington, VA 22202 (map)
- Metro Access and Parking Available
Properly selecting and developing employees are critical aspects to promoting overall success in an organization. Traditionally, Human Resources Departments and Industrial/Organizational Consultants have relied upon insights provided through personality assessments and scores on skills-based ability tests to determine a job candidate’s suitability for a given role and/or to establish employee development goals. Doing so is valuable; however, one aspect of ability that is often overlooked, yet as research shows, is highly correlated to success in nearly all occupational roles is Emotional Intelligence. Emotional Intelligence involves being aware of and effectively managing and using the emotional states of one’s self and others to achieve goals. It encompasses the ability to effectively manage stress, resolve conflict, and solve problems; consequently, it is of critical importance in public service roles, especially sales, customer relations, politics, and law enforcement. This presentation is intended to discuss Emotional Intelligence matters in further detail as well as introduce to attendees the well-validated Genos International Model of Emotional Intelligence. Moreover, this presentation will discuss how PAN, a provider of assessment solutions, has applied the Genos model to create an Emotional Intelligence selection report and 180- and 360-degree developmental feedback reports, specifically for clients in the protective services sector.
Scott is a licensed clinical psychologist and educator specializing in personality and psychological assessment. He has extensive experience consulting for organizations linked to law enforcement, emergency responding, corrections, private security, and paramilitary overseas contracting.
Scott is presently employed as the Chief Psychologist of the Government, Public Safety, and Security wing of PAN, where he is responsible for providing selection and development assessment solutions to agencies and organizations that operate in these sectors. He was recently awarded status of “Diplomate in Police Psychology through the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology” (SPCP).
Scott also provides volunteer debriefing services as part of the Northern Illinois Critical Incident Stress Management Response team. He earned his Doctorate with a Postgraduate Certificate in Forensic Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Roosevelt University.
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