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Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM CDT
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Network for Strong Communities 
8764 Manchester Road
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St. Louis, MO 63144
 

 
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Emotional Intelligence - Why Being Smart isn't enough to be Successful!

eAbout the Workshop:  Emotional Intelligence - Why it Matters

Emotional intelligence, also called EQ, is the ability to be aware of and to manage emotions and relationships.  It's a pivotal factor in personal and professional success.  IQ will get you in the door, but it's your EQ, your ability to connect with others and manage the emotions of yourself and others that will determine how successful you are in life.

We've all worked with and listened to brillant people.  Some were great and...well, some not so great.  When we look at the truly extraordinary people who aspire and make a difference you'll see they connect with people at a personal and emotional level.  What differentiated them was not their IQ but their EQ - their emotional intelligence.  This enrichment program will help you better understand yourself and effectively develop your emotional intelligence.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand what emotional intelligence means
  • choose to act instead of react
  • learn how to use emotional intelligence competencies effectively
  • understand how feelings, reactions and emotions effect work relationships
  • work easily and effectively with different personalities and communications styles

History of Emotional Intelligence - we'll discuss milestones and the people who've contributed to the world of emotional intelligence.

Understanding Emotions - We'll explore and discuss the seven primary human emotions

Emotional Intelligence Leadership Competencies - Will discuss emotional intelligent expert Daniel Goleman's six leadership competencies and how to develop them to strengthen your emotional intelligence

EQ Blueprint - We'll discuss skills and concepts behind identifying emotions, understanding and managing emotions and using and communicating emotions

Validating Emotions in Others - We'll review two models to validate emotions in others

Setting Your Personal Vision - Participants will explore their own emotions by looking at their principles, values, strengths, talents, potential obstacles and relationships

Wrap-up - Participants will have an opportunity to develop a personal development plan

About the Presenter:  Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs

Nancy is an empowering leadership and professional development consultant.  Highly dedicated and results oriented, she has the skill and passion for helping individuals become more confident and successful in business and beyond.

Nancy combines her communications expertise with a pragmatic approach in a variety of important soft skill areas including verbal, written and nonverbal communication, emotional intelligence, etiquette and protocol, time management, business acumen, working with team dynamics and coaching.  She helps clients focus on key adjustments that result in meaningful impact and effectiveness.

Drawing on her marketing and communications background, over 20 years experience in leadership roles and a lifetime of personal growth, Nancy has keen appreciation of mindset and the power it has to change patterns of behavior.  She focuses on building one's strengths and minimizing weaknesses through enrichment, feedback, self-discovery and detailed action plans.

Before launching Polished, Nancy served in leadership positions where she helped businesses like Edward Jones, St. Louis Economic Development Partnership and Mercy health boost their products and services, communications, marketing, brands and stature.

Nancy is a dynamic motivational speaker.  She delivers keynotes on several topics such as Present with Power Poise and Punch; If I Can Do It; Kindness is Underrated; Beyond the Fork and Knife and Yes. Maybe. I Mean No.

Nancy believes passionately in developing people, especially their interpersonal skills.  'You can achieve your goals-you just need a clear vision and a strong belief in yourself," she says.