EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT LEADER INTENSIVE
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
A must have for high potential individuals, executives, leaders and managers within any industry and sector whether public or private.
Two days of of coaching, facilitation and training in the foundations of
Emotional Intelligence, Neuroscience and Psychology.
Participants are challenged to immediately apply concepts through
unique group interaction ensuring a high rate of retention.
Real time issues are addressed and coached providing relevant, applicable information to
participants unique situations.
Oct 20 – 22, 2017
7:00 – 9:00 pm – Intro Dinner – Oct 20th
9:00 am – 4:00 pm – Oct 21st & 22nd
CLASS SIZE LIMITED TO TEN
Change and uncertainty is the new normal.
In this one-of-a-kind intensive participants’ ways of communicating are
challenged and disturbed in order to evoke emotional intelligence.
Become nimble and resilient during times of high stress and therefore better equipped to lead others through change and transition.
Agile leaders are better able to build trust and rapport with employees, key stakeholders and competitors.
Global uncertainty calls for leaner, healthier, more agile and efficient organizations.
Leading edge begins with creating an environment where employees are cultivated and encouraged to thrive.
Cheeky and compassionate. Bold, edgy and intuitive. Born with a passion to transform lives and unleash people’s true purpose. I’m an abundant source of energy and possibility and in service of you living life to your fullest potential.
You and I combined with the energy of the intensive will naturally create a transformational tension that will cause you to shift in a once and for all kind of way. Everything you’ve ever wanted… is on the other side. Are you ready?
Graduate: “My biggest take away has been personal awareness, and how my approach affects others.”
Graduate: “Although I use the new tools regularly, I believe that our Management interactions have changed the most. I find it much easier to have the “difficult discussions” by taking the personal out of the discussion.”
Graduate: “I am less defensive when my gaps are pointed out.”
Graduate: “My biggest takeaway was my awareness of myself and my emotions at work, learning to take away the emotional feelings by recognizing them then getting back to what happened, whats missing, whats next.”