This program is unlike any other on the professional market. It offers all the
components of the EQ: Emotional Intelligence training and more. The program is a 12-month intensive one-on-one dyad with Dr. Karen Semien-McBride, Business, and Executive Coach. As your personal Executive and Business Coach, Dr. McBride becomes your personal resource for business inquiries, research and a source for unfiltered confidential discussions about professional issues.
An expert on business leadership, change management, marketing, strategic planning, business finance, higher education administration, and the professional and personal challenges that confront women, Dr. Semien-McBride delivers as an exceptional keynote speaker.
Individuals in an executive or higher professional role have a great deal of pressure on them, and those pressures can often lead to residual damage to those who work for or with them. This training is offered as a single or two-part training. One of the goals is for participants to explore their current effect on people and challenge themselves to grow and adjust. It focuses on the individual person and explores individual behaviors. It trains participants on how to apply self-assessment, self-regulation, self-management, and empathy. It helps strengthen the individual by exploring how Emotional Intelligence can be a very effective tool to use in a high-pressure environment, position or situation.
We offer customized business & leadership training programs. They can include strategy, growth and action planning, change management, and custom training workshops to meet the unique needs of your organization.
Dr. Karen L. Semien-McBride has over 25 years of experience in the field of organizational leadership, business development, change management, strategic planning, public speaking, mentorship, marketing, social psychology, accounting, human resources, human equity, finance, executive coaching, compliance, entrepreneurship, consulting, business administration and higher education. Ten years of her career was . . .