Retention Rockstars: Retain Top Women Talent and Amp-Up Your Results Using the Power of EQ and Resilience
Discover the benefits of focusing on your employees emotional intelligence and resilience to see how it can help them feel better, perform better, and have better outcomes.
This webinar will take place on:
28 February, 2022
8 am PT | 10 am CST | 11 am EST
Undoubtedly, you’ve noticed an uptick in discussions about workplace wellbeing and resilience as people continue to confront the changes caused by the pandemic. Only about half of the global leaders surveyed by Playmakers Solutions felt comfortable revealing wellbeing struggles to their employer because of their own need to “stand strong” as leaders.
This creates a domino effect where leaders do not request needed resources and accommodations and therefore do not adequately supply those things to the people in their charge.
Now more than ever, it is important for leaders and their employers to receive support for their well-being, including their mental health. In this power breakfast, Tiffany Yvonne will help equip leaders, managers, and HR professionals to better understand and use emotional intelligence as they look to attract, lead, and retain top talent.
This type of EQ is a pre-requisite for the other ways that workplace wellness manifests to create a happy, engaged, resilient and results-driven workplace.
- How the concept of emotional intelligence connects to workplace wellbeing, mental health, joy on the job, and retention
- How to build emotional intelligence among work teams
- The role emotional intelligence plays in employee well-being – happiness, engagement, resilience– and performance at work
Tiffany Yvonne Gratton-McDuffie, CPA, Founder & Head of Strategy + Happiness, at Playmaker Solutions, is an emotional intelligence thought leader specializing in merging people strategy with profit strategy and shifting employee experience.
Her Masters is in Adult & Continuing Education from the University of Wisconsin, where she studied positive psychology, experience and instructional design, change and behavior management. She began her career working as a Certified Public Accountant and using audit framework to identify best practices, system efficiencies, and regulatory compliance. Over time, she transitioned to using her transformational leadership style to deliver powerful keynotes and workshops that connect organizational profitability with the care, management, and well-being of people in the organization – specifically around improving employee well-being – happiness, engagement, and resilience – at work. Tiffany splits her time between Chicago and Milwaukee, is a mom of three (including twin girls), and she enjoys family time, swimming, music, and assisting in youth character development efforts.