A Taste of Emotional Intelligence AT WORKEmotional Intelligence AT WORK
Presenter: Marty Ness and Barb Glassman
is a uniquely powerful lecture and integration experience that revitalizes and reinforces your innate passion and drive. Discover your answer during this workhop session that explores the often-untapped emotional component of effective professional relationships. Learn tools & techniques to stay grounded and focused in even the most challenging situations. Translate your passion for business into greater effectiveness, productivity and success.
Three key learnings the audience will take away from this program:
- Recognizing damaging reactions in ourselves and others
- Consciously move from a reaction mode into a response mode in ourselves and how to encourage that shift in others
- Effective listening that allows people to feel heard (the biggest problem with communication – not feeling heard)
Here is a short video ion which Marty and Barb describe their presentation.
Marty is a strong, self-motivated professional with extensive and broad sales, marketing and customer service experience in a variety of industries including business software, advertising, retail, and product manufacturing. She even spent several years in the U.S. Air Force, repairing jet engines during the First Gulf War. This variety of work experience gives her the ability to relate to people from any industry, any level in an organization, any cultural background or personality type.
For the past 5 years, Marty has been producing professional and personal growth seminars on Emotional Intelligence that teach people tools that lead to much higher levels of productivity, teamwork, happiness and wealth. Marty’s clients appreciate her tenacity, drive, courage, directness, and generous heart. Her clarity when challenging makes it difficult for even the most skilled to pose a convincing argument. Marty’s innate ability to ferret out issues from emotions and help people focus on mutual success and greatness, quickly establishes a deep sense of partnership with those involved. Marty leaves a positive impact on every person with whom she works.
After having navigated the corporate world, Barb applied her experience and tenacity in establishing several small businesses in Rochester, NY. Her primary focus has been on developing strategic direction and problem solving to attain top line growth.
Barb began her career as the first female graduate of the Electrical Engineering Technology curriculum at the State University of New York at Alfred. With her technical expertise and process skills in tow, Barb was set on a fast track as her Eastman Kodak career evolved into the development of adult education, sales and marketing. Concurrently, Barb worked behind the scenes at G-FORCE Collaborations, a boutique marketing firm.
Open to the public.
No charge for RPCN members. $10.00 for non-members.
Refreshments will be available. A "Tip Jar" is also provided. Your contribution is appreciated.
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