Prepare for 5783 by learning to access your best professional self. This three-week series with Rhoda Weisman will also offer replicable exercises and experiences to use with teens in your setting.
So often, challenging situations at work disguise themselves as uncontrollable external forces. Shifting our perspective helps to reveal that they are not uncontrollable at all. This series will offer you tools to take ownership of our response mechanisms and manifest positive results for yourself and those with whom you work and lead. The intentional use of emotional intelligence strategies is a steadfast playbook for thriving as an effective youth professional, leader of teens and an important role model.
“We are not victims of our situation. We are the architects of it.”
—Simon Sinek, “Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t“
* Registration closes on September 7th
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