Wednesday, December 09, 2015, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Location : The Petroleum Club, 3301 C Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99503
This Month’s Topic will be: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
This talk presumes that the people within an organization are its most important asset. You will explore the human capital perspective of employees as the principal economic asset of the enterprise, examine human capital development and understand the differences of how to motivate employees from different generations, backgrounds and personalities. Happy employees are productive employees which significantly impacts the bottom line of an organization.
The goal for our evening together is to engender deep insights and enable actual behavior and attitude changes to begin to take root. The aim is to help you achieve greater clarity of vision and to act in ways that are consistent and congruent with your own goals, values and intentions. I will build on the work of authors and researchers Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, Barbara Fredrickson, David Cooperrider and other pioneers in the evolution of Emotional Intelligence, Positivity and Appreciative Inquiry.
Please come to the evening curious and with all of your questions. I look forward to meeting all of you
About the Keynote Speaker:
Bobbie Sue Wolk, MS, PCC, BCC is a principle and partner of Rosewood LLC, an Alaskan based business, which consists of three subsidiaries: Rosewood Coaching, Rosewood Accounting and Rosewood Research. Bobbie is the first International Coaching Federation (ICF) certified coach in Alaska and is also a Board Certified Coach (BCC), industrial-organizational psychologist, accountant, and business consultant, faculty member of College of Executive Coaching, adjunct professor at Washington State University, published author and entrepreneur with experience in all aspects of running organizations that achieve success. Bobbie holds an advanced coaching certification from the College of Executive Coaching (Graduate of the Masterful Coach Program). She is also certified as a Wellness Coach and a Mentor Coach. She has also trained and received certification under the tutelage of David Cooperrider, PhD at Case Western University, the person who developed the theory and research on Appreciative Inquiry.