We invite anyone in a leadership and management position from a member organisation of The Wheel to be our guest at this Leadership Network breakfast on Tuesday, 14 March 2017 from 9.15am - 11.00am (light breakfast & networking from 9.15am; input from 9.30am).
This Forum will focus on Emotional Intelligence and Drivers. Participants can expect to learn about what Emotional Intelligence is, and why it is important for anyone leading, managing or working with others.
In addition the session will provide an opportunity to develop your self-awareness using a simple and effective questionnaire to identify your Personal Drivers. Knowing this will give insights into your resulting strengths and also the development areas that it may point towards.
As usual the session will be highly interactive and will rely on you fully participating and networking with peer members of The Wheel.
Ahead of the session, please:
You can look forward to networking opportunities galore at this event, where you will be rubbing shoulders with other leaders and key players from across the community and voluntary sector.
We look forward to welcoming you to another lively and interesting session!
Facilitator: Catherine Vaughan
Catherine Vaughan is a creative and strategic Organisational Development Consultant. She has over 15 years experience working with leaders and organisations to help them become more effective in their work.
Catherine’s early career was in Financial Services; she then became a Partner/Consultant with Sheppard Moscow, a leading international Organisational Development Consultancy. She now works independently and with a network of experienced international consultants.Catherine has a B.A. in Psychology from University College Dublin and continuously engages in personal development programmes related to her work. Read more about Catherine here.
Feedback from Participants at Catherine's Previous Leadership Network Events
"Catherine's style allows participants to converse with each other, to learn from experiences and mutual mistakes made and also to disagree with each other in a non-aggressive way. The sessions are thought provoking and they train listening skills and participants learn to become more aware of themselves and other's needs and weaknesses." - H. Kaphengst, Klawitter Theatre Group Ltd
"Well run and on time, will follow up, first time at the event it was good introduction and interaction. Great view of Dublin as well." - V. Keenan, NABCO
"An excellent topic facilitated in an easy and engaging manner. I learned a lot from Catherine's style and it has given me food for thought around my own style of engagement." J. Marken, Scouting Ireland
"Sound information, well delivered and sensible discussion." - P. Tobin, Mounttown Community - Dún Laoghaire
"I found Catherine's input motivational. People shared freely at our table. It was good to have time out for this network." - B. Mc Donnell, Community Awareness of Drugs (CAD)