with Makenzie Chilton
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to monitor one’s own emotions and helps inform us how to better understand others' emotions. This workshop will give you the tools necessary to access emotional information that can guide our thinking, behaviours, and decision making. Empathy is most commonly associated with EI, and although it is a factor, it is just one component of the overall assessment. Come learn the other factors, and how to increase and implement EI in your life.
Tuesday, June 4
6:30 to 8 p.m. at The Common, 38016 Cleveland Avenue
Join Makenzie Chilton from Love Your Mondays for an in-depth learning experience of Emotional Intelligence in the form of an interactive workshop with practical takeaways for implementation.
In this workshop you will learn:
The three main models of Emotional Intelligence
The EI assessment considered to be the most scientific (and how to weed out the misinformation)
The major components that makeup Emotional Intelligence: Self-perception, self-expression, interpersonal skills, decision making and stress management
How to use Emotional Intelligence in your daily life to enhance your overall well-being
Makenzie is a certified career coach and founder of Love Your Mondays and is an Emotional Intelligence Practitioner. Quite simply, she helps people figure out WTF they should do with their lives and get happy at work. Makenzie has a Masters in Forensic Psychology and 10+ years of business experience developing creative, supportive, and efficient workplace cultures. Recently her passion has led her to volunteer on the Board of Directors at Mind The Bar Foundation, an initiative for Mental Health support and education for those in the hospitality industry. Makenzie has been a keynote speaker for The BC Nurses Union, RBC, YES Vancouver, Vancity Business Babes, and Grace Club.