Online leadership workshop to focus on building DEI from emotional intelligence moves to November. Register today!

Since you attended the Women's Initiative Luncheon at the Annual Conference in Chicago, you may be interested in attending the Women's Initiative Network (WIN) Workshop, Building Diversity, Equity and Inclusion From a Foundation of Emotional Intelligence.
The IAAO WIN Task Force selected this workshop as one that would provide all members with a deeper understanding of Emotional Intelligence, or EQ, as well as a key set of tools to be the well-rounded leader needed in today’s environment. EQ is a leader’s ability to understand their own emotions and how they affect the workplace as well as how to manage others’ emotions. It is a key component to being an effective and intentional leader. 
Christine Watkins Davies, MA, PCC and Zach Montroy, SPHR will present the workshop virtually over two weeks, on Nov. 3, 4, 17 and 18. All presentations will take place virtually from noon to 4:00 pm central.
Alternating between group activities and individual reflective exercises, the engaging workshop will encourage participants to focus on their leadership strengths and areas they can develop further. Leveraging results from leaders’ EQ-i 2.0 Leadership Reports, participants will learn the importance of emotional intelligence in effective leadership and leave with a better understanding of his or her strengths and areas to develop to enhance their leadership skills, as well as an action plan on how to increase his or her effectiveness.
This workshop normally retails for nearly $400 per person. Through IAAO, the cost to register is $225 for IAAO members and $365 for nonmembers. The deadline to register is Friday, October 15 in order for participants to receive and complete a EQi 2.0 Online Assessment ($125 value). Participants will receive their individualized 27-page report during the online sessions. Login information will be provided prior to the start of the workshop.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn more on this important topic! Find more details at www.iaao.org/women.
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