One of the foundation stones to being an effective community professional, especially as a manager, is the ability to understand and influence others in our interpersonal interactions.
How we conduct conversations, give feedback and interact with others form the DNA of our relationships – both in the workplace and wider community – yet too often they leave both sides feeling frustrated and demoralized.
How can we rethink these interactions and use emotional intelligence to influence others’ behavior to create positive outcomes?
Join this interactive workshop with organizational coach and consultant Kylie Eisman-Lifschitz.
You will gain tools and learn how to:
There will also be the opportunity for Kylie to answer your questions.
To help you get as much from this interactive session as possible, participants are requested to join from a computer rather than a mobile device and to turn on camera mode.^ Back to top
Spaces are limited and priority will be given to Jewish community professionals living and working in Europe/UK.
This workshop is now full, however, you can use this link to register to join the waiting list. If there is high demand we may also hold another workshop and will be in touch about dates and time.
The registration form includes a few short questions to help focus the training for those participating.
Once your registration has been approved, you will be sent a Zoom link for the sessions. We encourage you to add this to your calendar. Please be in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.^ Back to top
Kylie founded Work Well in 2021, taking an individually-tailored, practical, behavioral science approach to helping clients develop their own personal leadership style, as well as cultivating and enhancing their teams and building their organizations. She has previously worked as a consultant with Message Experts, delivering leadership workshops globally with both commercial and non-profit oragnisations to help her clients thrive at work.
Kylie lives in Jerusalem with her family, and serves as the Chair of Mavoi Satum, a nonprofit that works to address social and religious inequality in the Israeli legal system.
To find out more about Kylie and her work, click here^ Back to top