Proven training to build your knowledge and skills.
February 27, 2017 Seattle, WA
Brought back by popular demand !!
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the ability to manage ourselves and our relationships effectively, especially when things are tense or we are in conflict. Increasing one’s EQ can lead to more effective leadership skills, enhanced career success, greater happiness and relationship satisfaction. Current research shows that the more emotionally intelligent one is, the more likely they are to receive higher peer and/or supervisor ratings of interpersonal skills and stress tolerance. The evidence is strong that there is a significant relationship between EQ and workplace performance.
Emotional Intelligence is not only about navigating through conflict and stress. It is about mindfulness and the informed choices we can make in our relationships if we know our strengths and triggers. It is also about learning to authentically connect with others and show up as our true selves in all areas of our lives. The “Emotional Intelligence: Effective Communication and Influence” training is an experiential course where participants are actively involved from the start, learning as they are doing. This workshop will use an interactive approach, one-on-one coaching, and real-time application of learning (e.g., applying skills to work-related issues). Active engagement in the learning process through experiential activities create a fun, insightful learning atmosphere. Participants gain a solid foundation of knowledge and tools for working with and enhancing their emotional intelligence and communication skills.
Presented By:Non-Profit Staff Development Coalition (NPSDC)
March 13, 2017 Seattle, WA
This interactive workshop is designed to help participants understand the importance of trust in building high performing teams and as leaders to reduce common workplace issues such as redundancy, bureaucracy, fraud , slowed productivity, diverted resources and turnover. You will learn new behaviors in a safe environment to increase trust in your teams and in your leadership.
The workshop will cover an overview of high performing teams and explore 13 Trust Behaviors of teams through engaging in a ‘trust building exercise”; exploring team norms to increase trust; learning how to have difficult conversations to increase trust ; and engaging in group discussions, reflection and dialogue, and exchange of ‘best practice’ ideas. Participants will also learn how to support and encourage peer to peer accountability and the willingness to challenge behaviors.
Those attending with their team will have the opportunity to explore these issues with their teams during activities and exercises in the workshop.
(This workshop is designed for team leaders, supervisory, managerial staff).