EQ 101 for the Workplace

Date: Thursday, December 14, 2017
Time: 8:30-11:00am
Location: Buchanan Hall – Advanced Technology and Business Center

An individual employee's career success is impacted by two key capability groups.One-fourth of this is made up of the individual's technical skills and three-fourths is based on emotional and behavioral awareness of that individual. In other words, if we don't pay attention to an individual's emotional and behavioral competencies, they will be at risk in working in their organization and within their teams. This is a part of work that is greatly underestimated and in greatest need of attention! Learn more about emotional intelligence and it's powerful impact on work.

Facilitator: Heather Woody

Heather L. Woody is a success coach that assists individuals personally and professionally to help them experience their greatness.  She has a passion for working with people as they pursue their own road to success, goal achievement and fulfilled lives. 

Heather is a master certified coach through the Certified Coach Federation and a graduate of Coach Inc., one of the largest international training organizations for professional coaches.  She also holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Northern Iowa in Public Relations and Communications.  She is also a Franklin Covey consultant/facilitator and certified in The 5 Choices, The 7 Habits Signature and Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results Leadership.

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