Research and experience prove that our abilities to relate, understand, and work together are our greatest asset. Learn more about self-awareness,emotional intelligence, and team dynamics in this training.
Emotions are not leaders, but they do influence our thoughts and actions. Research shows developing greater emotional intelligence (EQ) can lead to higher performance and pay as well as better professional and personal relationships. Additionally, developing one’s EQ leads to better communication, reduced anxiety and stress, healthier conflict, an increase in empathy for others, and stronger resilience skills. Join us as we identify ways to increase emotional intelligence, so you can find personal and professional success.
According to the Gallup Organization, people who have a good friend at work are more likely to be satisfied and engaged in their job. In the virtual environment, developing and maintaining healthy relationships can be challenging. In this workshop, we will explore how you can build strong, positive relationships, strengthen relationships with those you are not naturally attracted to, and experience joy and success at work.
Employee anxiety and stress are on the rise globally. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a quarter of all employees view their jobs as the number one stressor in their lives. Using techniques from HeartMath® and other mindful applications, this workshop will provide participants with tools to stay balanced and build resilience to the high demands of today’s modern workplace.