Six Ways to Maximize Your Potential at Work and Life - Using Emotions to Increase Performance

A session at Six Ways to Maximize Your Potential at Work and Life - Using Emotions to Increase Performance

Thursday 11th April, 2013

11:00am to 12:00pm

What if you could truly control what is possible for you?
What if you could use your full capabilities to make life easier?
What if you could accomplish something you never dreamed possible?

While we don't always have the power to do everything, all of us have the capability of performing at our best.

This requires us to reduce unwanted stress in a measurable way at work and life by managing our emotions with people and events.

In two 1-hour webinars, learn the six best ways to manage your emotions to increase performance on all levels at work and life.

Join Steve Beseke, a corporate communications executive of nearly 30 years and a Think2Perform Senior Vice President, and Ryan Goulart, a Think2Perform research & business development associate with a neuroscience degree.

They will discuss concrete metric-driven concepts to manage your emotional self-awareness brining you increased work and life success!

National studies have shown leaders and employees possessing emotional self-awareness as a core competency tend to create higher performing climates for themselves and others as opposed to other stakeholders.

The two webinars are packaged for one low price of $59.99. The Webinar Series begins with the first webinar on April 11th at 11:00- 12:00 CDT and the second on April 18th from 11:00 - 12:00 CDT.

By registering, you also will receive a free mini-resiliency e-book from Steve about self-awareness and managing your potential.

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Steve Beseke

Senior Vice President, Resiliency Practice Leader at think2perform (formerly Lennick Aberman Group) bio from LinkedIn

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Time 11:00am12:00pm UTC

Date Thu 11th April 2013

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