EQ Skills for Green Leaders Workshop
EQ Insights for People Management: What Great Managers Know
Skills and Strategies For Better Team Performance
Through Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Friday, Oct 19
Location: Metropolitan Washington, DC
Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington*
4444 Arlington Boulevard
Arlington, Va. 22201
This workshop is designed to support people in learning what great managers know – starting with themselves.
Based on the latest neuroscience, the aim is to increase self-awareness, build confidence, and improve people management skills to enhance performance.
You’ll receive a personalized workbook, based on a pre-assessment. Using interactive exercises, you’ll learn to recognize your Brain Profiles and Brain Talents, and how these impact your role as a people manager.
You’ll also apply insights about your own emotional intelligence during the day, as you gain awareness and increase options to become the very best version of yourself and discover how to effectively apply these strategies and approaches back in the workplace.
The assessments provided as part of this workshop are from Six Seconds, a global nonprofit dedicated to developing individual, team, and organizational excellence around the world.
During the workshop, you will:
1. Identify a current workplace challenge and map specific actions to support successful outcomes.
2. Recognize your personal Brain Style and how this impacts your focus, decision-making, and drive in your role as a people manager.
3. Gain insight into the Brain Profiles of others, and how this can be used to improve interactions.
4. Identify your Brain Talents and how these can be leveraged to improve your effectiveness in leading, collaborating, and working with others to increase performance.
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Beth Offenbacker is an HR Consultant and Executive Coach with Waterford, Inc. She is a Certified EQ Assessor and Practitioner with the global nonprofit, Six Seconds, and she has more than 25 years of experience in training, coaching, talent development, engagement, community relations, marketing, and project management experience. Beth’s core expertise is in developing and implementing talent management and development programs for emerging, established, and senior-level professionals.
Her programs focus on developing the skills and talents green leaders need to make a positive impact in the world, at an individual, team, and organizational level. Her prior work experience includes various positions with the federal sector, the electric power industry, a professional trade association, and a marketing firm. She also has extensive experience in designing and leading community engagement processes, including for environmental projects (watersheds, stormwater, and sewer). Beth developed and led the highly successful Green Career Workshop for Leaders In Energy, with sold-out sessions in August 2017 and January 2018.
Beth is also the Founder and Principal of Waterford, Inc. Waterford’s mission is to create stronger, more successful companies, nonprofits, and communities. Beth earned a bachelor’s degree in communications at the State University of New York at Brockport and a master’s degree in public communications at American University. A graduate of Virginia Tech’s Center for Public Administration and Policy, her dissertation focused on the practice of public participation in 12 countries (Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cote d’Ivoire, Mexico, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa, Sweden, and the United States). She is an active volunteer with Tree Stewards of Arlington and Alexandria.
*This event is not sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, Virginia, its Board of Trustees, or staff.