Presented by AGC of America
Research shows that Emotional Intelligence can get you further in life than a traditional I.Q. Emotions that are properly managed can drive trust, loyalty, commitment, and better health! Attend this session and learn how to manage your emotions in positive ways to communicate effectively, build and maintain client relationships and increase leadership skills.
- Gain a baseline awareness on the 4 Cornerstones of EQ (Emotional literacy, Emotional fitness, Emotional depth, Emotional alchemy) and how they impact the workplace and your personal life.
- Learn how to self-identify EQ Strengths and weaknesses.
- Learn how applying the 5 pillars of emotional intelligence (Self Awareness, Motivation, Empathy, Self-regulation, Social Skills) to your BD strategy can help you communicate your brand message in a way that is thoughtful, authentic, and human.
Attendees will return to their firms with increased level of self-awareness and knowledge on how to practice their new skills and become better communicators which will in turn increase productivity and business.
Vice President of Member Services
AGC of Massachusetts
With more than 20 years in the communications arena, Lisa’s experience includes spearheading internal and external communications via a balance of online and offline channels, engaging clients & members, driving awareness and analyzing efforts through qualitative and quantitative methods. Lisa’s role at AGC MA is to increase engagement with member CM’s, GC’s, Subcontractors, and Service Providers by implementing and overseeing innovating new communications and social media strategies & tools. She oversees multiple committees and their respective programming including: Building Women in Construction (BWiC) and the public relations and marketing efforts of all Chapter news, events, programs and activities.
Lisa holds a BS in Visual Communications/Business & Marketing from the University of Phoenix and an MS in International Marketing from Boston University. She is an SMPS Past President and serves as an Advisory Committee Member with the AGC of America Business Development Forum Steering Committee, the Policy Group for Tradeswomen Issues (PGTI) and the Wentworth Institute of Technology Industry Advisory Board.
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