How I Show Up Matters – June 2,3,&4 (Virtual)
Earlier this year, the world changed. There are no two ways about it – How We Show Up Matters. Now, more than ever it’s important to reflect on how we are showing up and how we can make a positive impact on the people (and processes) around us. Taking responsibility for how we show up and holding ourselves and others accountable in relationships impacts performance, improvement and navigating disruption and change. Arguably some of NWHPEC’s most impactful content, Personal Responsibility serves as a foundational component of both our “3H Leadership” and “3H Teams” series. This stand-alone offering will explore Personal Responsibility strategies to value human needs, create emotional safety and reduce drama (“emotional waste”) through the lens of our own current condition versus someone else’s lens.
Led by Kari Penca, participants will explore how to:
- Recognize their role in drama or “emotional waste” and the resulting impact
- Develop emotional intelligence.
- Operate from more developed levels of self-awareness.
- Communicate with clarity, aligned with human needs.
- Take responsibility for what they do and say in every situation.
Session content draws almost exclusively from the work of Dan Miller who in turn synthesized the work of Dr. Stephen Karpman and the Hendricks Institute.
Dates: Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday – June 2,3, & 4
Time: 10:30am – noon
Location: The comfort of your own home, office, or conference room. Class will be delivered over Zoom.
Requirements: A computer/laptop; webcam capability is preferred.
Member Cost: $75 for the three sessions (Invoices will be sent out on May 22nd; no refunds within one week of the event.) Non-member cost: $120.
You may also be interested in our upcoming class focusing on managing transition and change: Navigating Disruption on June 16th & 17th from 1-2:30pm. Course summary
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