Do you feel the heat of the summer? Avoid workplace burnout by boosting your emotional intelligence.
Millions of workers succumb to professional burnout each year. You don’t need to be one of the casualties. We’ll talk about one of the protective factors for burnout: Emotional Intelligence.
> Small, casual workshop for Alumni
> No cost + lunch provided
> Take an Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment valued at $200
> Presented by Maggie Graham, Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development for BCC
Space is limited – save your spot now! Read more
Taylor Hunt has walked through several paths during her six-year college career. After switching her major three times and becoming medically ineligible to continue swimming collegiately, Taylor discovered the world of sports business at the CU Denver Business School.
Being a Denver Broncos intern has helped Taylor experience the world of sports business. As a first-generation student, she has made it her mission to set an example for her family. Read more
On Wednesday, March 6, employers from the Denver metro area gathered in the Lawrence Street Center to network with students from the CU Denver Business School. Hundreds of students attended the fair, with high hopes of creating connections that would lead to jobs and internship opportunities. Recruiters were eager to connect and engage with attendees; many remember the time they spent as students on the other side of the table. Read more
Career Edge Webinar
If your relationship with your boss is “just okay” or not okay at all, consider that a healthy, respectful relationship with your manager can improve morale, productivity and ultimately, boost your career. Join us in this session to learn how to build a stronger alliance with your boss. Presented by Lauren Ramsey.
Can’t make it? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording. Read more
Everyone wants to get paid more. Often, that means learning how to win at salary negotiation. Salary negotiation can be very intimidating and stressful, so it pays to be prepared. Join Sue Wyman to learn expert salary negotiation strategies that will help you increase your compensation, further your career and advance at work. Presented by Sue Wyman and moderated by Stephanie Moutai. Read more
Emotional intelligence is consistently ranked one of the top skills that employees will need to thrive in the workplace of the future. Workers with high EQ are better able to work in teams, adjust to change and be flexible. No matter how many degrees or other on-paper qualifications a person has, without certain emotional qualities, they are unlikely to succeed.
Join us to learn:
Why a good leader needs to have emotional intelligence
Why emotional intelligence is important in the modern workplace
How to begin building your EQ competencies immediately