Office culture has a huge impact on our lives. Do you work in a positive environment, negative environment, or somewhere in between? A negative environment can have many negative implications – not just for work, but for your health and happiness as well.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I don’t know how much longer I can take this job! My boss is difficult, my direct reports are unmotivated, I work long hours with little appreciation… it is time to move on.” Is moving on the solution, or can you be the change agent that makes a difference in your workplace?
What can you do, as a leader, to affect positivity in the workplace, both for yourself, and for those you manage? This webinar series will address several topics designed to give you tools and tips to incorporate emotional and physical well-being into the workplace and make it the cultural norm.
The series includes learning about emotional intelligence; building trust; giving constructive feedback; increasing your optimism and in turn, optimism in those around you; and culminates with a webinar on understanding how the brain works to shift how we lead and how we build our organizations.
Join us for the following dates:
|October 29, 2014||Emotional Intelligence: What is it and how can it benefit you? (recording) facilitated by Jackie Ramirez of Genos|
|December 2, 2014||Leaders and Emotional Intelligence: Inspiring performance through trust and courage facilitated by Chuck Wolfe of Charles J. Wolfe Associates|
|January 28, 2015||Team Emotional Intelligence facilitated by Steve Wolff and Vanessa Druskat of the Emotional Intelligence Consortium|
|February 25, 2015||Ouch that Hurts: Neurobiology of Giving Feedback facilitated by Ken Nowack of Envisia Learning|
|March 25, 2015||Seeing the Glass Half-Full: Increasing Your Optimism at Work facilitated by Ceridian Corporation|
|May 20, 2015||Brain Science and Leadership: How can the latest information about the brain make us better leaders? facilitated by Jen Cohen of Seven Stones Leadership|
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