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The Power of Emotional Intelligence

  • 10 Dec 2019
  • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Holiday Inn


  • Corporate members:
    The College of St. Scholastica
    Allete/Mn Power
    Essentia Health
    City of Virginia
    St. Louis County
    Lake Superior College
  • Price for current members
  • Non-member price
  • Student pricing - must be a current student

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The Power of Emotional Intelligence

ATD and NHRA are excited to present a special joint session to wrap up 2019!

When emotional intelligence is understood and approached as a set of skills, individuals and organizations benefit. Relationship-building and stress management strategies are developed through training and coaching.

This presentation introduces the theory of emotional intelligence and includes a sampling of action steps to develop specific factors related to emotional and social functioning.

We will explore emotional intelligence as a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges, and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way (Bar-On, 1997).

Discussion will include implications of emotional intelligence development on engagement and conflict management.

Barb Bengtson: Speaker Bio

Barb is the founder of Perception Coaching LLC.

She is a Board certified Executive and Life Coach, Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, and Certified EQi 2.0 and 360 Coach.

She uses theories of positive psychology to support individuals and organizations by focusing on strengths and an appreciation of others. Barb earned her PhD at the University of Minnesota in Educational Psychology.

She is currently serving on the board for the Lake Superior Chapter of ATD.

Daryl Yankee: Graphic Recorder

 With two decades as an internal consultant helping NGOs, Daryl has observed firsthand how visuals spur dialogue and invite a larger audience to join in the work.

Holding a master’s degree in the science of organization development from Pepperdine University, Daryl specializes in crafting strategic plans that are adaptive and allow for innovation in today’s increasingly complex world. He enjoys engaging with a wide variety of change makers as a board member of the Minnesota Council of NonProfits. When he’s not helping others change the world, Daryl can be heard playing his guitar for friends and fellow travelers.


Tuesday, December 10, 2019

**2nd Tuesday of the Month**

Holiday Inn Duluth
200 West 1st Street
Duluth, MN 55802

Networking and Registration 11:15-11:45
Program 11:45-1:00

$15.00 for Members    $25.00 for Non-members    $8.00 for Students

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