Enjoy an evening of networking and connection at Women Making It Work’s October Networking Night.
Come along to listen and learn from Kylie Bell, Wren Learning, who will be talk about Emotional Intelligence.
Meet our members and other guests, plus an opportunity to chat with like minded people in a warm, friendly and welcoming environment.
Introduction to Emotional Intelligence
According to research, emotional intelligence is the single biggest predictor of performance in the workplace. Ninety percent of all high performers are also high in emotional intelligence. Productivity, teamwork, customer service and ultimately the profitability of a business are all impacted by the emotional intelligence of its people.
The good news is emotional intelligence skills can be learned.
During this introductory presentation you will hear up-to-date research and practical steps you can take to increase your understanding of emotional intelligence and its application in your business.
This presentation will provide opportunity to
> Understand the four components of emotional intelligence
> Learn skills to increase self -awareness and self-management
> Review research into emotional intelligence and its relationship to personal and organisational success
Kylie Bell leads a team of highly qualified and experienced learning and development professionals at Wren Learning partnering with organisations to provide the highest standard of reliable, flexible and customised professional development opportunities. She draws on the areas of Positive and Organisational Psychology, emotional intelligence, mindfulness and resilience when designing and delivering the programs. These programs often address creating positive workplace culture, improving relationships, communication and teamwork, managing conflict and responding to change.
Kylie worked in the field of Human Resources as a General Manager before transitioning to the education sector in the role of Director of Research and Program Development for an international training organisation. Her experience in leading people across diverse backgrounds, countries and cultures in high pressure, creative environments informs her work in developing leaders today.
Kylie’s formal qualifications include Bachelor of Education (Psychology and English), Master of Education (HRD and Organisational Learning) and Post Graduate Professional Certificate in Positive Psychology, all from the University of Melbourne.