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Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

23 March | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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$55.00
Teamwork | Early Education Training

Gain an insight into how emotions and actions affect the people around you.

Explore how increasing self-awareness can help you improve the way you relate to, and work with others.

Examine the role of ‘trust’, its effect on workplace culture, and what you can do to build and maintain good work relationships.

Learning Outcomes:

  • What is Emotional Intelligence?
  • Why is Emotional Intelligence important?
  • The 5 Key Elements of Emotional Intelligence
  • Strategies to help develop the 5 key elements of Emotional Intelligence
  • The role of ‘trust’ in the workplace
  • The Emotional Bank Account

 

Training Presenter:

Margaret Vassallo – Children First Training

Margaret’s wealth of knowledge in early education and willingness to go the extra mile to support educators makes her our trainer extraordinaire! She has an exceptional talent for teaching complex concepts in simple, everyday language that everyone can understand.

Margaret began working in the Early Childhood sector in 1993. As she revelled in working with children as an Early Childhood Teacher in long day care, preschools and occasional care, she has also enjoyed Director roles, and now specialises in Educator Training and Quality Assurance.

Margaret’s specialties as an Early Education Trainer are play, planning, reflective practice, continuous improvement, leadership and all things NQS and EYLF. She loves working with teams to strive for quality care and education for children.

Details

Date:
23 March
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
$55.00
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