CPHR Nova Scotia is pleased to partner with CPHR BC & YK on this learning opportunity.
CPHR CPD hours: 1.0
Are there differences between the emotional intelligence of men and women? What are the differences? How can we understand them? What do they have to do with leadership and what might be the way forward? Join David and Jill Cory as they discuss gender and EI in the 21st century.
In this presentation, you will learn:
- What Emotional Intelligence is and why it is critical for effective leadership
- The relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Gender
- Tools to take away immediately to improve your EI and your leadership
Who should attend:
- Anyone interested in improving their leadership skills and awareness of gender issues.
David Cory, B.Ed., M.A. (Adult Education), Certified Professional CoActive Coach, is the founder of The Emotional Intelligence Training Company Inc. (EITC), one of the first companies to offer leadership development assessment, training, and coaching based on the concept of emotional intelligence. In the course of his work with leaders around the world since 1998, David has been under armed guard in Nigeria, hosted by the Sultan of Brunei, been chased by an elephant in Zambia, kicked out of a restricted area in Saudi Arabia, sang for royalty in Malaysia, and created an emotional intelligence skills development course for the entire nation of Botswana. David has spoken at national and international conferences around the world for the past 22 years including the 2014 International Conference on Emotional Intelligence at the Harvard Medical School and the role of Closing Key Note Speaker at the Asia HRD Congress 2016 for the third time.
Jill Cory, B.A., is an author and experienced trainer and group facilitator who has taught courses and facilitated workshops for the past 25 years. A focus of Jill’s work has been on developing safe and equitable workplaces in healthcare and not-for-profit sectors.
Jill is the co-author of When Love Hurts, A Woman’s Guide to Abuse in Relationships, published by Penguin Random House. She has also published many other reports and policy documents including Making Connections Facilitator Guide and the SHE Framework: Safety and Health Enhancement for Women Experiencing Abuse, A Toolkit for Heath Care Providers and Planners.
1:15 pm - 1:30 pm: Login time
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm: Presentation
All login information will be sent to registrants via email the day prior to the session.
CPHR NS Members FREE
Non-Member $29.99 plus 15% HST ($34.49)
How to Register
Register directly through CPHR BC & Yukon's website.
For CPHR Nova Scotia members, use the discount code NS-FREE20.