I have known Jacqueline for a number of years and during that time, I have seen nothing but the demonstration of a true HR professional, one who is multi-talented, known for her high rated training style with a flair for innovation and creativity in the development of people.
As an inspiring coaching leader, she solidifies her coaching skills with the art and science of Emotional Intelligence by becoming a certified EI Coach. Therefore, I was not surprised that she became chair of the UK chapter, raising awareness through talks and courses. Having attended one of her recent sessions at the BBC, hosted by the Black & Asian forum, I found her dynamic style of delivery engaging, humorous and thought provoking, while ensuring there was clear understanding of: Emotional Intelligence, what it is, what it’s not and the history. The highlight of the session for me, was completing my own Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment Profile (EISAP), which challenged me to further enhance my EI profile and build my knowledge.
Jacqueline’s driver is about not getting comfortable but the continual striving for excellence. It is a pleasure collaborating, sharing knowledge and expertise with her.