Reducing Stress Through Emotional Intelligence
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Open only to: Academic Staff
Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Location: Greene Hall 131
Presenter: Bob Weiss, RJ Weiss Consulting, Brookfield, WI
Using Emotional Intelligence To Improve Health, Brain Function, Performance, and Happiness In Our Personal and Work Lives
Regardless of what rubric is used, whether it is Brain Science, Neuropsychology, Mindfulness, or Emotional Intelligence, this program presents practical information about how we can better understand our minds and perceived stress.
Content includes how managing our reactions to perceived stress can affect our health, thinking, emotions, behaviors, relationships, and happiness in our work and personal lives. The program uses a five minute animated video to convey a lot of information, as well as easy-to-use assessments and interactive conversations to help participants learn and immediately begin using tools and skills to reduce stress and strengthen relationships, trust, and results in all facets of our lives.
Bob Weiss is a consultant who specializes in executive coaching, conflict mediation, leadership development and organizational assessment. Bob works nationwide in large and small businesses including many nonprofit organizations. To learn more, visit http://www.rjweissconsulting.com.
A light lunch will be provided (vegetarian meals can be made available upon request) and a short video will be shown so please email meal requests or special accommodations to Keith Kunkel at email@example.com.
For more information or to request special accommodations, contact:
Keith Kunkel, 229-3893