Emotional intelligence is widely known to be a key distinguisher between good and great leadership. Emotions are all around us in the office, and it's important for leaders to understand how to develop them to cultivate productivity and positive relationships. It's equally important for your career path and how you demonstrate this whether in an interview setting or in a leadership position. In this workshop, we will touch upon the 4 pillars of EQ; Self Awareness, Self Regulation, Relationship Management & Empathy which will help you become a more effective leader.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Gain valuable emotional insights and awareness about yourself
2. Learn simple techniques that work for building EQ
3. Use empathy to promote strong relationships
4. Learn how to demonstrate your EQ strength in interview settings

Speakers
Christina Greenberg

President

Scala Network

Christina Greenberg is a passionate trainer and coach, committed to developing well rounded, authentic leaders. 

During her corporate career in association management, Christina became an advocate for women leaders, recognizing the unique challenges they face as they advance in their careers. In 2012, she set out to solve this problem by launching Scala Network, an organization offering innovative leadership training programs for women that combine practical skills development with inspirational mentors and networking opportunities. 

Christina is an enthusiastic networker and connector of people, nurtured over many years as Vice-President of Education and Professional Development at the Canadian Marketing Association. She is a faculty member at the Canadian Management Center and is a certified trainer in Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology.

Deborah Legrove

President

crawfordconnect

Today, Deborah places talent in the non-profit sector. She brings more than 30 years of experience with numerous non-profits as a leader, manager, executive, fundraiser, and consultant. She has served as CEO of a healthcare foundation and advised senior leadership in multiple complex capital campaigns in both Canada and the USA. As active volunteer, Deborah sits on the board of the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada, volunteers for the Psychology Foundation of Canada and has served on other boards including the Dorothy Ley Hospice. In 2015, she completed the NFP Essentials Governance Program through the Institute of Corporate Directors.