2022 CWW Lunch June 2, 2022: Emotional Intelligence in Leadership & Interpersonal Relationships
Please join the Council for Working Women
for our June Luncheon at the
Clarion Hotel Joliet Banquet & Convention Center 411 N Larkin, Joliet IL
June 2, 2022
11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Speaker: Katherine Helm, PHD Professor of Psychology & Director of Graduate Programs
This month's topic will be: Emotional Intelligence in Leadership & Interpersonal Relationships
Emotional intelligence is a key part of being a successful leader. These skills are also important in our interpersonal relationships. This presentation will explore emotional intelligence and ways participants can increase their emotional intelligence.
Katherine Helm, PhD is a Professor of Psychology and Director of Graduate Programs in Counseling at Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. She is also a practicing psychologist in part-time private where she sees individuals and couples. Katherine has authored several publications about racial and cultural issues in mental health, couples’ issues, and pedagogy in multicultural courses and has an extensive background facilitating counselor trainings. Katherine has had several media appearances on radio and video. She is a sought-after author, presenter, public speaker, professional trainer, and clinical supervisor.
**JUNE GIVING BACK**
PLEASE BRING ITEMS TO THE LUNCHEON
GIVING BACK : We will be collecting items for the Will County Human Society in May and June. Please see the attached list for items they need.
As Will County's original no-kill shelter, serving the area for over 40 years with a single purpose, provide a safe haven for homeless pets and help them find their forever home.
Every day of the year Will County Humane Society cares for up to 30 homeless dogs and 60 cats looking for their forever homes. They provide for their general health care, shelter and well being through their network of volunteers and resources. Will County Humane society is a private shelter 501(3)(c) not-for-profit that receives no federal or local government dollars to run their facility and care for pets. In fact, the shelter relies on generous donations from people just like you to make it all happen.