December 7, 2020 Event: Career Development—Emotional Intelligence

Learn how to develop and leverage this emotional element to coach teams

If want to be a leader, you need to consider the importance of Emotional Intelligence (EI).

High Emotional Intelligence is what sets top performers apart from their peers who have similar technical skills and knowledge. In this session, we will take a deep dive into understanding Emotional Intelligence and how to develop and leverage this emotional element to coach teams, manage stress, deliver feedback and effectively collaborate with others.



Monday, December 7

8-10 am or 6-8 pm (PST)

Cost: $35

Via Zoom

About the Speakers

Brett Yokom (morning session)

Brett Yokom is an instructor, presenter and workshop facilitator at UC Berkeley Extension. He has been active in the Silicon Valley and San Francisco region for four decades and has experienced the tremendous and constant growth and change of the technology industry. He combines his startup knowledge, intercultural experience and communication skills in his work as an educator. More recently, Brett has begun doctoral research on the experiences of startup founders in the tech ecosystem, and has increasingly been invited to speak at and facilitate events in the Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.


Vaneese Johnson (afternoon session)

Vaneese Johnson-The Boldness Coach™ is a certified career-management coach and personal brand strategist, award-winning international speaker, business coach and author. A 25-year full-time entrepreneur, Vaneese knows the power of building a strategic personal brand to elevate your career to next-level success.

Register today!