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STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR THE NONPROFIT PROFESSIONAL 10/20/17
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Rational analysis provides only half the solution to successful problem solving. We also need to be able to identify our emotions, to accurately perceive what others are feeling, and to find ways to successfully communicate with others. Together, participants explore and apply key principles of emotional intelligence to reduce stress, effectively respond to challenging situations, and increase personal fulfillment and positive communication outcomes.

10/20/2017
When: Friday, October 20, 2017
8:30am - 12:30pm
Where: CT Nonprofit Center
75 Charter Oak Ave
Suite 1-100
Hartford, Connecticut  06106
United States
Presenter: Deene Morris, Inspire Leadership Today
Contact: Odessa Lopez
860.525.5080


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Stress Management for the Nonprofit Professional:

Applying Emotional Competencies to Increase Positivity, Communication, and Productivity

 

Rational analysis provides only half the solution to successful problem solving. We also need to be able to identify our emotions, to accurately perceive what others are feeling, and to find ways to successfully communicate with others. Together, participants explore and apply key principles of emotional intelligence to reduce stress, effectively respond to challenging situations, and increase personal fulfillment and positive communication outcomes. 

 

Success in our work environment depends on our ability to both accomplish tasks and manage relationships with our peers, direct reports, and supervisors. Stress is an inherent element of any relationship, which can easily become overwhelming due to multiple and often conflicting perspectives. However, we have far more control over our reactions than we realize.

 

Learning and applying emotional intelligence is an essential skill for any nonprofit professional or individual who seeks to improve their connection and communication with others, as well as identifying key strengths and how best to build upon them. Objectives of this training include:

  • Complete an EQ self-assessment,
  • Learn how to benefit from both positive and negative emotions,
  • Examine challenge areas and re-frame your response,
  • Learn to recognize and reroute emotional hijacking,
  • Learn to better recognize and respond to the emotions of others,
  • Identify a personal action plan to increase your EQ, and
  • Pay if forward by applying support to others. 

By combining the most current research on emotional intelligence with experiential and interactive activities, this training will benefit any manager, leader, or employee who is seeking to improve their work culture, relationships, and/or increase their capabilities in management and leadership roles. 

 

Register today and improve how you communicate!

 

Presenter Information:

Deene Morris is a gifted catalyst for meaningful change. Her passion is to help individuals, teams and boards get unstuck–moving beyond obstacles to achieve their greater potential. By enhancing communication and self-awareness, people identify problems, take risks, collaborate and implement innovative solutions–translating to a healthier bottom line and organizational well-being. Her professional background includes corporate, foundation and entrepreneurial leadership. She holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership and a Certificate in Servant Leadership from Gonzaga University along with multiple human development certifications including EQ-i 2.0 and MBTI Master Practitioner.

 

Program Fees:

  • Early Bird Discount for members is $30 and $60 for nonmembers! Discount is available until Sept 22, 2017.
  • Member fee is $55.
  • Nonmember fee is $80. 

The program fee covers workshop materials, assessment tools, and most meals. Payment is due in full upon registration and enrollment will not be guaranteed until payment is received. Some exclusions may apply.

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