Emotional Intelligence:  The Essential Skill No One Talks About

Did you know Emotional Intelligence, otherwise known as EQ, is responsible for 58% of job performance? Having emotions in the workplace is not a bad thing, but allowing those emotions to control you can be. In this session you will gain an understanding of emotional intelligence and how to utilize skills to apply what you learn.

Key Topic Areas:

  • The Concept – What is Emotional Intelligence (aka EQ)
  • The Contrast - Men vs. women
  • The Connection – emotions lead to connections
  • The Core – EQ detail (Self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships)
  • The Commitment – how do I apply what I have learned?

Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Lunch included. Featuring Sugar Lily.)

Location: OzSBI Conference Room

Price: $25

Register: Register Here

Deadline to register: Wednesday, June 9, 2022 at 4 PM

 

Facilitated by: 

Brooke Bigham

Brooke Bigham manages North Star Equity Group, which manages three long-term care facilities in Missouri, and her family farm in Mountain Grove.
Brooke started her career on Wall Street with Merrill Lynch where she quickly learned the importance of listening and learning from senior advisors that had a willingness to pour into her. She worked in a variety of positions before finding her best fit as a client and relationship focused Wealth Advisor.
Her career then took her to Morgan Stanley where she served as a Wealth Advisor for eleven years. After leaving the firm in 2013 in a giant leap of faith, she sought out new ways to make a difference in the business world. Ms. Bigham helped found North Star Equity Group after seeing a need for leadership and staff development within senior care facilities. In a rapidly changing industry she and her team brought their business acumen to a “slow to change” healthcare environment.
Brooke’s career path has taken her through multiple male dominated industries, which has taught her a lot about herself and the uniqueness women bring to the board room and business. She has taken pride in helping women become the leaders they were meant to be and enjoys being able to share her experiences and lessons (both good and bad) with other women in business.

 

Workshop is sponsored by Business Women First, a project of Community First Banking Company 

Date of Event: 
Jun 15 2022 -
11:30am to 1:00pm