Cultivating Emotional Intelligence for Impactful Leadership Presence
While corporate life has always been demanding, the pressures to accomplish more with less has been exacerbated by many factors including the expectation of instant communication via technology, global competition, economic downturns and baby boomers retiring in great numbers resulting in job gaps in many sectors. These and other stressors have made leadership in the 21st century more taxing.
Many working professionals are operating with a ceaseless onslaught of priorities and fires to put out. Meanwhile, the development of other skills related to more effectively managing their relationships with themselves and others can be overlooked.
As a result, the attributes of emotional intelligence (how leaders manage their relationship with themselves, their colleagues and how others experience them) can fall to the wayside in the rush to meet deadlines. Leadership presence can be undermined.
In this hands-on practical workshop we will work with:
- Defining Leadership Presence and Emotional Intelligence,
- Assessing our strengths and opportunities to grow on our own EI,
- The 5 components of Emotional Intelligence at work and the behaviors that inform them.
When leaders develop their own inner capacities and support their direct reports to do the same, a more positive, trustworthy culture can be generated in the workplace. This positive culture is grounded in a series of respectful, authentic conversations that set the stage for the ongoing growth and development of all employees regardless of role or position.
New Avenue Leadership
Mara Vizzutti, MA is a seasoned facilitator and certified executive coach. She has been working in the field of leadership development since 1996. Over the years, Mara has facilitated high caliber trainings to audiences of senior executives, supervisors and front-line employees in diverse industries. During the course of her career, she has completed numerous trainings, and holds certifications in many leadership development programs. She holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Development and Leadership.
Mara’s areas of expertise include executive coaching, strengthening the capacity and the emotional intelligence of leaders, and supporting the installment of feedback friendly coaching cultures within organizations.
Mara is passionate about supporting professionals to better lead themselves and others. When she is not working, she likes to play in the outdoors by hiking, biking, running and swimming. She also enjoys painting pictures, hooking rugs, meditation practices and creating travel adventures in other parts of the world!
All sessions qualify for three (3) CPD credits and entitles registrants to a complimentary annual membership with fmi*igf National.
Space is limited, so register early to avoid disappointment at www.fmi-igf.ca. Deadline for registration is May 31, 2019.
Questions? Contact Angela Porter at (902) 897-8920.