When: Thursday, October 19th, 2023 from 1pm ET to 2pm ET
Where: Zoom Webinar: The Zoom webinar link will be sent to registered participants one week prior to the event.
Presented by: Snjezana Pruginic
Emotional literacy, or emotional intelligence, is the ability to recognize, understand, manage, and effectively use emotions in oneself and with others. It is a cornerstone of success in the dynamic and challenging world of entrepreneurship.
Emotional literacy equips entrepreneurs with the essential skills required to achieve mental well-being, lead effectively, innovate, and demonstrate resilience. It plays a fundamental role in building authentic healthy relationships in all aspects of our lives, including in our businesses.
About the workshop
In this free workshop, we will:
- Explore the fundamentals of emotional literacy, and why working with our emotions strengthens our mental well-being as entrepreneurs.
- Learn how to use practical tools designed to assist entrepreneurs and business leaders in effectively managing negative triggers – situations that evoke negative reactions, feelings of overwhelm, or heightened difficulty in handling specific circumstances.
- Discover how we leverage emotional literacy to cultivate positive and healthy relationships with our employees, customers, vendors, and other individuals within our business network.
This free workshop is offered by Innovators & Entrepreneurs Foundation (IEF) in partnership with GreenShield as part of a collaborative series of workshops and resources made available for Canadian women entrepreneurs.
About Snjezana Pruginic
Workshop host Snjezana Pruginic is a Certified Somatic Trauma Therapist, Trainer, Consultant, and founder of Circle Point Wellness. Snjezana specializes in trauma-informed and vicarious trauma training, self-care, stress management, and building emotionally literate and thriving teams in the workplace.
Snjezana is a thought leader, speaker, and writer with 23 years experience as a somatic trauma therapist and community justice worker, with experience of working internationally at the intersection of well-being and social justice. She has a reciprocal and collaborative way of working in supporting individuals, communities, and organizations in co-creating spaces in which all can be well and thrive. Her work within and outside of Circle Point Wellness advocates for and supports the design and delivery of care-centred and just systems and processes that advocate for all individuals to have access to wellness and economic equity and well-being.
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*The Zoom webinar link will be sent to registered participants one week prior to the event.