Tuesday, August 23, 2022 at 1:00PM ET | 10:00AM PT
Living in a stress-filled, fast-paced world can make it all too easy to become overwhelmed with everyday pressures. How you choose to respond to and manage stress and emotions directly impacts the way you process information, make decisions, conduct yourself socially, resolve conflicts, and build relationships. Being an effective manager demands an ability to govern yourself successfully to lead others and manage everyday stresses.
Join us for our webinar on Tuesday August 23 at 1:00 pm where our experienced facilitators will discuss:
What is emotional intelligence and why does it matter?
How do we recognize respond to our own emotions?
What tools can we use to recognize triggers?
How can we develop empathy and show compassion?
Program Manager, McLean & Company
As a Program Manager with McLean & Company, Emily is focused on creating an engaging learning experience in all of the programs she facilitates. Emily establishes collaborative rapport to drive knowledge transfer and optimize professional outcomes that benefit both the leader and their organization.
Prior to this role, Emily worked in public, private, and not-for-profit sectors around the world, implementing and managing mentoring and leadership programs that used practical tools to support the competence and growth of leaders at every level. She is passionate about developing people and helping organizations to become places where everyone thrives.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Laurentian University, a post-graduate certificate in Human Resource Management from Conestoga College, and a certificate in Adult Education from the University of Toronto.
Director, Learning solutions, McLean & Company
Helen Fisher is a Director, Learning Solutions at McLean & Company. Helen drives organizational development and change through leadership and manager training and strategic HR programs.
Previously, Helen was a Senior Manager on our HR Research & Advisory team where she focused on research in the areas of learning & development, HR analytics, change management, and diversity & inclusion.
Prior to joining McLean & Company, Helen worked as a Business Analyst in Human Capital Consulting. With a focus on change management, Helen created and delivered training, communication, and leadership development material for several clients who were undergoing substantial organizational redesign. Helen graduated on the dean’s list from the Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Arts, Honours Business Administration. She also holds the Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) designation. She is certified on the Core Strengths Assessment (Personal Strengths Canada).
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