In a world with such rapid innovation and change, how do we hold onto the essential human qualities that could make the future a place fit for all of us? The Sustainable Development Goals offer a vision of that future, but are these problems for governments or technologists -- or for all of us? Economists say we’ve started the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” where we are changing ourselves with nearly magical technology: What is required for us to use this capacity for the greatest good?
Join this “EQ Café” on the science and emotion of innovation to imagine a better future – starting within each of us. We’ll explore the topic of innovation and, as U.N. Action Partners, working toward the Sustainable Development Goals and the essential question of how to use our emotions to make innovation serve humanity.
EQ Cafés are insightful, fun sessions for people curious about emotional intelligence to connect and learn together.
In this Café we will discover:
Who: Anyone interested in learning about and practicing emotional intelligence – the learnable, measurable, scientifically validated skillset we all need to thrive.
What: Free interactive workshop hosted by The CLUB.
When: October 30th, 11 am - 1:00 pm
Where: Alley, 499 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94301
How: Save your space by registering
Questions: Please email Six Seconds' Network Leader, Janet Miller Evans, Entevos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Presented by Janet Miller Evans, President, Entevos
Founder of Entevos, Janet is following her passion for guiding others on their professional and personal growth journeys. The mission of Entevos is to Embolden, Educate, and Inspire high achievers & potential leaders to navigate success while being authentic and on purpose.
A certified professional Executive and Emotional Intelligence Coach. Janet provides leadership development, team vital signs, employee engagement coaching, as well as consulting services to corporations, nonprofit organizations, and private clients. She is an adjunct Professor in Professional Studies. Her community leadership experience includes serving on non-profit boards, and as an inaugural member of the Alamo Municipal Advisory Council. Janet currently serves on Community Advisory Panel for KQED and is a member of several other 501(C)3 and community organizations.
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