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Emotional Intelligence Training

This training is an introduction to Emotional Intelligence intended to help increase confidence to make better decisions under stress, improve conflict management and communication skills, and become more adept  in dealing with tense situations. 

Topics covered: 

  • The five competencies for building Emotional Intelligence
  • How to motivate yourself and others
  • Practical tools and skills for communicating effectively, assertively, and collaboratively
  • Influencing and partnering skills
  • Skills for conflict management and dealing with difficult situations
  • Perception and behavior choices that can to positive outcomes


ACEs/ Adversarial Childhood Experiences & Resiliency

A Continuing Medical Education (CME) training for medical professionals, ACEs training presents medical professionals the risk and protective factors for ACEs, their outcomes, and strategies to reduce childhood adversity. It also includes information on how to lessen harms when ACES do occur, and offers possible approaches to stop it in the first place. 


With rates of burnout in medical professions and education professionals at over 50 percent, this training teaches protective factors for burnout and resilience, and provides programs tailored to the needs of the organization.

Communication & Presentation Skills

Upgrade and polish skills in public speaking with practical advice on how  to express yourself clearly with confidence and power, in a variety of speaking situations.

Attendees will be taught presentation techniques and how to plan and structure an effective presentation. Additionally,  how to develop ideas, use effective delivery methods, and how to overcome anxiety, fear and nervousness when making a presentation.


Silent Disabilities

When we talk about diversity in the workplace, the neurodiverse are often left out of the conversation. To counter this, we offer a training program for businesses, government, and healthcare facilities whose goal is to create a culture of belonging.  Neurodivergence is an important subgroup of diversity. Many people with neurological conditions such as autism spectrum disorder and dyslexia have extraordinary skills, including in pattern recognition, memory, and mathematics.  Increasing our empathy and understanding surrounding neurodiversity will strengthen our organizations, improve service levels and help our neurodivergent colleagues to perform to their potential.