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NAWBO San Diego
Gain Competitive Edge by Understanding & Raising Your EQ
A Seminar for Women Business Owners
SAN DIEGO—April 2, 2012— NAWBO San Diego will continue its seminar series on Friday, April 13 with a presentation from talent management professional expert, Mindy Bortness: “Your EQ is 75% of your success - here's how to raise it!.” The seminar will be held at Brandman University, 7460 Mission Valley Road, from noon to 1:30 p.m.
This seminar is for you if you want to gain competitive edge for your organization in the marketplace. You’ll learn the science of Emotion and how it directly impacts your decision making and relationship building abilities. You’ll leave this session with an understanding of:
- The difference between IQ and EQ.
- The five dimensions of Emotional Intelligence.
- Concrete ways to improve and build your own within each of the five dimensions.
- Simple techniques you can immediately teach your co-workers, family members and friends to improve relationships and decrease misunderstandings and tension.
Mindy Bortness, president of Communication Works, Inc. is an energetic, caring, experienced talent management professional who supports companies in lowering turnover and increasing employee productivity. She specializes in assessments, communication skills, employee engagement, training, and recruitment and she’s an instructor at USD’s Institute for Sales and Business Development.
Pre-registration is required by noon on April 12 and seating is limited. This seminar is free to members without lunch and $10 including a box lunch. Visitors are welcome to attend for $25 (including a box lunch). Online registration and more information are available at nawbo-sd.org.
About NAWBO San Diego
NAWBO San Diego is one of 80 U.S. chapters of NAWBO, a national non-profit organization of more than 7,000 members that represents women business owners across all industries. Since 1975, NAWBO has helped women evolve their businesses by sharing resources and providing a single voice to shape economic and public policy. For more information, visit nawbo-sd.org.