As the leader in leadership development, CHCI is pleased to expand its training with a brand-new Professional Leadership Track at our 2015 CHCI Public Policy Conference!
Designed to empower leaders at all levels and across all sectors, this comprehensive program will provide you with the critical skills needed to be an authentic and effective leader in any setting. The customized trainings on Strategic Negotiation and Emotional Intelligence will sharpen your competitive advantage both personally and professionally, and take your CHCI Public Policy Conference experience to a whole new level.
Separate registration is required and includes breakfast, lunch, and access to two networking events – the CHCI-AA Reception in Honor of Chiefs of Staff and the Arts & Culture Reception. You may register for the Professional Leadership Track on its own, or bundle it with Day 2 of the Public Policy Conference and include the Annual Awards Gala if you choose. Click here for pricing.
All events will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (WCC) unless otherwise noted.
Enhancing your Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to Increase Your Success
Emotional Intelligence, or EQ, is one of the greatest assets leaders can cultivate to become more effective at problem solving, team building and resolving conflicts. EQ is having the ability to identify your emotions, determine their influence on you, express them appropriately and manage your behavior to achieve a positive outcome. Authentic leaders learn to manage their emotions and cultivate relationships with others to produce positive results. In this session we will:
Cultivating Courageous Conversations to Become Authentic Leaders
We all feel varying degrees of hesitancy to have courageous conversations at work, in the board room and even at home. We put these conversations off, hoping the problem will go away. Finding the courage to clearly and authentically communicate our needs with allies or adversaries is key to our performance. Learning to engage in courageous conversations makes us more authentic leaders and effective negotiators. In this session you will:
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), a nonprofit and nonpartisan 501(c)(3) organization, provides leadership development programs and educational services to students and young emerging leaders. The CHCI Board of Directors is comprised of Hispanic members of Congress, nonprofit, union, and corporate leaders. CHCI does not attempt to influence legislation and does not employ or retain lobbyists.
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