The Porch with Lauren Moffatt: Emotional Intelligence - what it is and why it is crucial to our success
We know that you worked so hard to get here. You beat out your peers, won awards, and your work ethic is impeccable.
There’s a chance now that you’re tired. You’re feeling crispy, spread too thin, and everyone depends on you to make it happen.
Sound like you? Join me and Lauren Moffatt on The Porch to learn about three things you can do to build your Emotional Intelligence. Seriously, this changed the course of both of our lives.
For more than a decade, Lauren Moffatt has been providing executive and career coaching, human resources consulting and leadership programs for individuals and organizations in the Midwest. Through her leadership as Vice President of Human Resources at Public Safety Medical in Indianapolis, Lauren developed diverse teams, guided strategic planning and helped cultivate a strong, award winning corporate culture. She also earned extensive HR certifications while in that role, including PHR, SHRM-CP and a PCC in Executive Coaching through the Townsend Institute. She is also certified in the EQi 2.0 assessment, the only validated emotional intelligent assessment.
Now, Lauren is the President of Spark HR. Her work focuses primarily on cultivating Emotional Intelligence in leaders and teams so they can show up as their best selves. Lauren is a sought-after expert on topics related to leadership, emotional intelligence, human resources and career development.
WHEN: Tuesday, June 30th at 4pm EST
Is there room for LOVE in the corporate setting?
DID I JUST USE THE “L” word professionally?!
The emotional and psychological state of our teams has a direct impact on our client experience. If our team doesn't feel loved, how are they going to pass that on to our clients?
There is a HUGE culture shift coming. Nick and I talk about this constantly. When Millennials want to experience love and belonging at work, it's not because they are entitled, it's because our society is changing. We need purpose in work, we need love and belonging, we need to be seen as a whole human and not a cog in the machine.
Join us for a lively and heartfelt conversation.
Nick is CO-CEO of ComplianceLine. ComplianceLine is the nation's leading provider of outsourced ethics, compliance, and HR services -- intake hotlines, case management, screening & monitoring, and compliance training. ComplianceLine is passionate about servanthood and changing the world by improving organizations, reducing risk, and reinforcing cultures that give people a voice.
WHEN: June 25th at 11am EST
Colleen Hauk - Influencing Virtually: 3 Critical Strategies for Leaders to Pivot from In-Person to On-Camera
Join me and Colleen Hauk on The Porch to talk about how it is critical that leaders know how to pivot their influence for a virtual setting. We will discuss the three critical strategies to do so.
1. Connect (why establishing trust is more important now and the best way is through personal story)
2. Competence (competence/respect is second thing people look for and how to demonstrate competence virtually)
3. Captivate (why it’s more important now and 5 effective ideas they can begin using right now… camera positioning, background, lighting, sound, presence.)
Colleen is speaker, trainer and co-author of two books – the bestseller, "Women Who Ignite" and "Why Didn’t Anybody Tell Me This Sh!t Before". She trains and coaches elite performers on techniques to ‘have it all’ without losing it all. Colleen has appeared in Forbes and Best Self, and spoken for organizations such as Panasonic, Merck, IPSEN, US Foods, CBRE and Coldwell Banker.
Ready for a radical (and I suspect much more effective) point of view about leadership? I’m so excited to bring Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer of VaynerMedia to The Porch.
We all hear people say it’s time to bring humanity to the workplace and create more empathy, but what does that actually look like? Join me and hundreds of others as we sit with Claude to hear how she is doing this every day, behind the scenes as the first ever Chief Heart Officer.