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Leadership Education Series: Emotional Intelligence

  • April 26, 2018
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • J.C. Restoration, Inc., 3200 Squibb Ave., Auditorium, Rolling Meadows, IL, 60008

Emotional Intelligence: Awareness, Adaptability & Empathy for 21st Century Leadership

Brought to you by the BOMA/Suburban Chicago
Education Committee

Have you ever experienced an emotional reaction to a situation at work but you had to self-regulate those feelings to make a decision free from emotion? Did you ever have interactions with someone who seemed to have zero social skills, which made them difficult to get along with? Have you faced changes in the home or workplace that upset you? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you don't want to miss the second course of BOMA/Suburban Chicago's Leadership Education Series on Emotional Intelligence. 

Emotional Intelligence is the ability to effectively manage our own emotions and the emotions around us and it is quickly becoming the #1 competency for community leadership, building relationships, and inspiring humanity in the 21st Century. With the rapid acceleration of technology, automation, digital media, distractions, change, and stress, Emotional Intelligence is even more crucial for building healthy, trusting relationships, both personally and professionally. Real human-connection is the future for our own happiness and well-being and of those we lead. 

Bill Marklein, Founder and CEO of Employ Humanity, will lead an interactive presentation and provide practical exercises to increase your Emotional Intelligence quotient. He'll utilize innovative technology for real-time polling of attendees. Sign up now to hear Bill inspire, entertain, challenge your thinking, and get you excited about using your unique human-only skills of awareness, adaptability, and empathy for your continued success! 


Who Should Attend: 

Whether you're a senior manager, property manager, assistant manager, administrative assistant, engineer or a service provider partner, you'll gain valuable lessons on improving your interpersonal communications skills and ability to build and maintain both personal and professional relationships. 

Employees of all levels will benefit from this course. Whether you're a team leader or a team player trying to improve yourself, this workshop is for you!

These courses are not cumulative and you can take any in the series that interest you. 


About the Speaker:
 
 

Bill Marklein founded Employ Humanity LLC to inspire Emotional Intelligence in workplaces across the world. Marklein has his Master's Degree in Corporate Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with his primary research on Emotional Intelligence and human connection. A specialized expertise for Emotional Intelligence in the business community was developed with his entire professional career spent working for small and large chambers of commerce, most recently as Community Relations Director for the Sheboygan County Chamber (WI). Marklein has presented nationally coast-to-coast from San Diego to Savannah on Emotional Intelligence and has trained healthcare administration on the topic at one of the largest independent health care facilities in Wisconsin. In Savannah, Marklein was a featured speaker on Emotional Intelligence at the American Chamber of Commerce Executives National Convention. Marklein has trained and developed the gamut from young professionals to educators to the C-Suite across all industries. Learn more about the movement at www.employhumanity.com.


Attendees Receive: 

The course fee includes an official Employ Humanity Emotional Intelligence training manual. 

Afternoon refreshments will be served. 

Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from BOMA/Suburban Chicago. 

Attendees receive 3.0 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units.

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Registration for this event is now closed. 

Fees: BOMA members can attend this event for $45. Non-members can attend this event for $55. All attendees will receive an official Employ Humanity Emotional Intelligence training manual. Afternoon refreshments will be served. 

Register: Registration will close on Friday, April 20

Cancellations: Cancellations must be received within 24 hours in advance of the event to receive a refund.  





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