Leading Change with Social and Emotional Intelligence (Members webinar event)
Social emotional skills are essential to inspire, uplift and instill positive self-regard and optimism in ourselves and others around us. Today especially, our emotional skills are extremely necessary. Empathy is at the center of all this. The results? Grounds for collaboration and sustained change.
In this session hosted by the Canada chapter you will learn about:
- Our brain’s physiology;
- How it impacts us – our feelings and emotions; and
- What this means for change management and change managers.
Competencies this event relates to are - Facilitating Change, Thinking and Judgment, Influencing Others, Coaching for Change and Self-Management.
About our Speaker - Naila Qazi
A change management professional with over a decade of experience in initiating and driving change that is anchored in clear business strategy and vision. Deep knowledge of enterprise change, digital transformation, ERP implementation, learning and leadership development. Track record of aligning people with processes and technologies to deliver sustainable business outcomes across organizations, functions and lines of business.
Global mindset and technology-driven with extensive experience collaborating and leading multi-jurisdictional and cross-functional teams in North America and Australia and Asia. A seasoned management coach and mentor who builds effective teams and change leaders.
What sets her apart is her ability to engage people in change who become the biggest advocates for change. Naila has spoken at many forums about business impacts of emotional risks.
This is a members only webinar. Not a member? Click here to join.
Times are: 2pm-3pm EDT | 7pm-8pm BST | 6am-7am NZST