University of Illinois at Chicago
Kim Morris Lee is director of organizational effectiveness at the University of Illinois at Chicago. As a management consultant and human resources executive, she has collaborated on human capital initiatives in a range of private sector industries as well as state and federal government. Partnering with executives and individuals at all levels and across multiple functional areas, she has designed performance management systems, led change management efforts and created learning and development processes. Lee leads strategic talent management and organizational development efforts to achieve business results. She has a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Delaware.
Emotional intelligence (EQ), or the capacity to interact with others, is now recognized as a necessary leadership skill — and for good reason. While most EQ research is rooted in academia, the concept has found a welcome home in the workplace. Evidence of its value to professional development and job performance is mounting quickly. Now…
In Ask the Experts, speakers are invited back on stage to interact with the audience in a dynamic question and answer session. Attendees are encouraged to engage with the speakers on people management topics, generate questions and share ideas.