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Happiness, Resiliency, Leadership, and Performance - what do all of these have in common? Research shows people with high usage of EQ skills are happier, more resilient when facing obstacles, better leaders, and stronger performers. Furthermore, EQ is the largest predictor of job success no matter your field! Discover more about EQ, practice tips to increase your usage of some EQ skills to improve your happiness, resiliency, leadership skills, and overall performance in your personal and professional life, and apply what is learned to build a personal leadership action plan.
Learning Objectives - After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:
• Discover what EQ is and is not
• Enhance your understanding of the importance of EQ
• Learn how common leader characteristics relate to EQ
• Understand the misconceptions of EQ
• Explore the EQ-i2.0 Model
• Review examples of everyday EQ at work
• Assess tips on how to increase your usage of some EQ skills to improve your happiness, resiliency, leadership skills, and overall performance in your personal and professional life
• Apply what is learned in the session by developing a personal leadership action plan
Women are making strides in the accounting profession, moving up the ladder and in some cases breaking the glass ceiling and making partner. However, challenges remain and in today’s COVID environment it is more evident than ever. Corporations, mid-tier firms, as well as small businesses have been putting an emphasis on barriers to upward mobility and access to involvement for women, pay equity and the concerns of female accountants.
This session will focus on overcoming these challenges and creating a foundation for forward mobility that is stable and achievable.
In a world taken over by a global health crisis and on the verge of another of economic shutdown, stay-at-home orders and remote working environments, mental health appears to be shedding much of that stigma. In accounting specifically, there is a growing sense of awareness and acceptance regarding mental health within the industry and leaders the world over are discussing how to prioritize mental health.
This session will help you develop tools and tactics identify instability in yourself, your colleagues and your family and how best to come out on the other side a better more aware YOU.
Learn how highly-inclusive leaders from around the world use processes of social influence to interact effectively with individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds. Walk away equipped to develop inclusive cultures with applicable specific tools and resources to be more conscious about unconscious bias. Conscious inclusion is the key! You will explore a wealth of perspectives and practices to help you to reap those benefits of inclusion.
Mentoring is a powerful force for developing the next generations of leaders. A mentor can offer insight and advice about challenges and opportunities and serve as a sounding board for ideas and career related decisions. An outside mentor will bring an objective perspective which often complements the mentoring and coaching a professional receives inside an organization.
This session will identify qualities to look for in a mentor, how to find a mentor or how to be a mentor and the benefits of mentorship from all angles
Sometimes success rides on making what matters to you matter to others. How do little-known start-ups, products, or causes go from veiled to viral seemingly overnight? It’s not luck or persuasion, nor is it leaping tall buildings. It involves building relevance, surrounding yourself with Giants, and using research and data as your secret weapon to opening opportunities for revenue, visibility, and partnerships. Hear from CEO Lisa Gable who has made things matter to the White House, Intel, Fortune 500 corporations, and the global food allergy community.
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