EQ in the Workplace: Finding Your Joy
New York, NY • March 30, 2017
Tap into your own emotional intelligence to figure out exactly what you want from your career via discussion, interaction, and resource-sharing! Wine and snacks will be provided.
Thursday, March 30, 2017 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDTReddit
1 World Trade Center
New York, NY 10006
Do you feel a disconnect between your values and your work? Do you struggle with finding a career that brings you joy? Do you wonder how to derive meaning from your job while still fulfilling other areas of your life? Join us for this interactive workshop to find what makes you come alive! Over wine and snacks, you will hear from women who have navigated a male-dominated workforce and the lessons they’ve learned along the way. You'll also have the opportunity to tap into your own emotional intelligence to figure out exactly what you want from your career via discussion, interaction, and resource-sharing!
Jenny Maenpaa, LMSW, ACC, founder of Forward in Heels Executive Coaching: Forward in Heels empowers women who want to excel at what they do, stand tall, and own their worth so they can light up the world. As a licensed psychotherapist as well as certified executive leadership coach, Jenny has been helping women make bold, lasting changes in their lives for over a decade.
Courtney Greene, People & Culture Partner, Reddit: Courtney is passionate about creating employee engagement and driving process improvement. As a People & Culture Partner at Reddit, she’s responsible for building relationships with the Sales & Operations teams and delivering comprehensive HR programs, initiatives, and solutions in support of increased organizational performance.
This year, make that lapsed New Year's Resolution to find a meaningful career a reality!
*Space is limited to 20 participants for a personalized experience.
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