Leading effectively with emotional intelligencce
Should you follow your head or follow your heart? Liza Sichon will present Leading Effectively with Emotional Intelligence on June 18 at the NCHRA in San Francisco.
Key takeaways include:
* Assess your own emotional style using the EI Star Profile
* Apply emotional intelligence skills and tools in your own work environment
* Create a personal development plan to improve your emotional intelligence
* Develop an action plan with specific steps to implement immediately
* 5 Strategic/General Recertification Credits.
“Emotional Intelligence or EQ is ability to manage from the head and from the heart in its simplest terms,” says presenter Liza Sichon. “There are four areas of emotional intelligence:
Participants will leave the conference with a thorough understanding of how to apply these strategies in the workplace.
Liza Sichon is the Managing Director of Executive HR Coach, LLC, a Silicon-valley based human resource and career consultancy will speak on attracting, developing and retaining effective global leaders. Liza is an experienced executive coach, notable speaker, and global HR consultant with over twenty years of corporate experience working for large, multi-national firms. Originally from the Philippines, and now based in Silicon Valley, California, Liza held global HR positions across the Americas, EMEA, Asia Pacific and Latin America.
Most recently, Liza served as the Vice President HR Transformation, Communications and Operations for Hewlett Packard’s global HR function, serving 2,400 HR professionals. Prior to this, Liza worked for Avaya as the Vice President HR International & Mergers and Acquisitions for various profit centers in Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. In this role, she was responsible for HR strategy and global operations for over 30 countries outside the US. Liza also held HR leadership roles at Corning Life Sciences in New Jersey, Citibank in New York, and Anscor Corporation in the Philippines.
Liza is known for her broad business orientation and deep working knowledge of global leadership. She has extensive coaching experience and is an expert on talent management and career navigation. Additionally, her career included extensive speaking engagements to diverse global audiences as well as notable universities such as the Harvard MBA Women’s Conference.
She is a sought after motivational speaker sharing her insights in the areas of career success for women, the benefits of executive coaching, HR transformation, and developing global talent. Executive HR Coach can be reached at (408) 217-9074 and http://executivehrcoach.com.
This presentation will occur at the NCHRA Training Center, 233 Sansome Street, Suite 508, San Francisco, CA 94104. Online registration is available at https://m360.nchra.org/