Emotional Intelligence Builds Your Leadership Skills
Wednesday, May 11, 7:30 a.m. at the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce
Emotional Intelligence in a Dynamic Workplace
Are you ready to boost your career success and leadership talent? Do you want to improve your health, relationship satisfaction, humor, and happiness? Studies have shown that a high level of Emotional Intelligence does these things and more. Join us for an impactful, hands-on session to learn practical steps to being more rewarding to deal with, and improve organizational outcomes, by increasing your level of Emotional Intelligence.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- To articulate examples of high vs. low levels of Emotional Intelligence in leaders.
- To identify the four areas of Emotional Intelligence.
- To review the five Emotional Intelligence competencies most relevant for emerging leaders.
- To demonstrate using five Emotional Intelligence competencies.
- To identify an action plan for improving Emotional Intelligence in a dynamic workplace.
Our un-speaker for May 11 is
Cathy Geib, Authentic Focus Consulting LLC
Cathy brings more than 25 years corporate experience on the senior management teams of statewide law firms. She holds an M.S. degree in Positive Organization Development and Change from Case Western Reserve University, is a Gestalt Professional Certified Coach, as well as a credentialed coach with the International Coach Federation
ystark! and Leadership Stark County, departments of the Chamber, are teaming up to tackle workforce initiatives for our business community. Wellspring unSpeaker Series is reimagined for your young professional or anyone on staff who you’d like to arm with professional development building blocks.
Our theme is Building a Solid Foundation for your Future Development. The series kicked off in March with Delivering and Receiving Feedback and we actually received feedback on the feedback session!
Immensely beneficial self-improvement strategies that will directly impact my ability to do my job well. A few new professional connections who are eager to implement new things we learned alongside one another throughout this series.
Quote from first session participant
If you missed the first session you can still sign up for the remaining sessions. Our May 11 session is on Emotional Intelligence in a Dynamic Workplace. Future topics include, but are not limited to:
- Delivering and receiving feedback
- Emotional intelligence in a dynamic workplace
- Branding to be bold
All sessions are at 7:30 a.m. at the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce. Complete schedule is:
- Wednesday, March 9
- Wednesday, May 11
- Wednesday, September 14
Culminating event, Wednesday, November 9