Back by popular demand!
Performing Under Pressure - The Science of Emotional Intelligence
A partnership between the Institute for Health and Human Potential (IHHP) and CPHR Manitoba
Why do smart people fail? Why do technically brilliant individuals have trouble managing others and collaborating on a team? What they lack is a critical level of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and the ability to manage theirs and others emotions when they are under pressure.
Whether you are leading a team or want to increase your individual performance, this program will teach you the foundational principles and brain science of emotional intelligence. You will become a student of human behavior: understanding what your brain does under pressure and how that affects your decision making and the impact you have on others.
You will learn how to be at your best in your most difficult moments. In this program, you will:
- Learn the brain science of emotions that drives your behaviour under pressure
- Increase your self-awareness of the 11 key EI competencies that drive your success
- Optionally participate in an EI360 feedback assessment
- Learn practical strategies that help you respond more skillfully under pressure
- Identify patterns, triggers and emotional habits that either drive or derail your performance
- Understand how to be an effective coach to help develop others to perform under pressure
- Develop an action plan to put these strategies into practice
Attendees from CPHR Manitoba's March 2018 Performing Under Pressure - The Science of Emotional Intelligence ranked the course 9+ out of 10 stars!
“It will provide an alternative perspective to anyone, not only professionals, on ways to interact in a work environment.”
“Stronger working relationships. Increase in productivity, efficiency, and performance. You will become a better leader and mentor that people will respect.”
“Great insight into making sure that you intentions and impact align.”
“It teaches you that everyone has different values in their lives and we have to be more open to understanding others.”
9:00AM - 5:00PM
Continental breakfast served at 8:30AM daily
Cost (add GST):
Optional: Post-program coaching additional $1,000
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Hilton Suites Winnipeg Airport
King Bed Two Room Suite - $149/night + applicable taxes
To book, please contact Karen Earley at 204-786-0907
Be sure to state you are booking as an attendee with the
CPHR Manitoba event taking place on March 20 & 21
March 4, 2019 Registration extended to March 8, 2019!
Continental Breakfast, lunch & health breaks
Sue brings a powerful package of expertise to her lead facilitator role at the institute for health and human potential that includes practical business experience in management and sales, 16 years of facilitating for Fortune 500 companies program design and development, mentoring and being a life-long learner. Her most recent role was as President of Eagle’s Flight, an experiential learning design company. Her unique brand of facilitating combines common sense, academic knowledge, practical application, a passion for people and a drive to create results. She has worked with groups of 6 executives, needing truth and direction, to 450 sales people at a conference. She has worked in almost every state in the U.S. as well as Brazil, Korea, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, France, Spain, Ireland, Panama, Egypt and Bulgaria. Sue has worked with companies like Marriott, Wells Fargo, Disney, ESPN, Benjamin Moore, J Crew, & Verison. Sue did her undergraduate work at Arizona State University. She has a Masters degree in Human Development, and another in Counselling.