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FREE webinar: Emotional Intelligence and Psychological Safety
September 17, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
|Date: September 17, 2020
Event start time: 2:00pm Newfoundland Time
|Presenters: David Cory, B.Ed., M.A., and Jill Cory, B.A. of Emotional Intelligence Training Company Inc.
Ever since Harvard professor, Amy Edmundson coined the term and since Google identified “psychological safety” as the number one correlation with high performing teams, the most progressive organizations in the world have been striving to ensure their workplace is psychologically safe. Join David Cory and Jill Cory, as they discuss the relationship between psychological safety and emotional intelligence and suggest some ways you can use to increase psychological safety in your workplace.
In this presentation, you will learn:
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|Format: Online – Live Webinar
Time: Log-in: 1:45 – 2:00pm (NST); Presentation: 2:00pm – 3:00pm (NST)
Registration for this webinar must be done through the CPHR BC & Yukon registration website.
The process for registration is as follows:
All login information will be sent to you via email the day prior to the session.
Both registration and payment are required for every person attending this webinar. Questions about registration or receipt can be directed to [email protected].
|About the presenters:
David Cory is a coach and trainer and founder of The Emotional Intelligence Training Company Inc. (EITC), one of the first companies to offer leadership development assessment, training, and coaching based on the concept of emotional intelligence. EITC is the leading provider of the EQ-I 2.0 Certification Course in North America. David speaks at conferences on the topic of emotional intelligence and leadership.
Jill Cory is a coach, trainer, author and specialist in the area of women’s leadership. Jill is an expert on violence against women in relationships and co-authored the book, “When Love Hurts: a woman’s guide to understanding abuse in relationships” published by Penguin Publishers. Jill speaks at conferences and offers training on both leadership development and on best practices in supporting women who have experienced abuse in their intimate partner relationships.
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