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INCREASE YOUR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN A DISSCUSSION ABOUT MANAGING CONFLICT BY DEB EUBANKS
Thursday, October 6, 2022
 
Increase your emotional intelligence in a discussion about managing conflict by Deb Eubanks, senior executive coach at Strictly Speaking.

Conflict is a normal part of any relationship. Whether it’s with coworkers, family, or friends, we all experience disagreements with the people in our lives. Disagreements can bring us together, but they can also cause a lot of stress. This workshop will offer strategies for stopping conflict in its tracks. Learn how to anticipate, manage, and recover from conflict in a way that decreases its negative impact and helps you feel more in control when it arises. As you gain confidence in your ability to effectively navigate conflict, you will notice yourself feeling more capable of taking on challenging conversations with comfort and ease.

 
Deb Eubanks will lead a discussion around her insights on the art of effectively managing conflict with the Wharton alumni on Thursday, October 6th at 4:00 PM PST.

Having coached executives at Meta and Facebook for over 7 years, Deb has substantial experience in helping leaders effectively reach their full potential with communications. In this workshop, Deb will speak about what top executives know creates a leading edge for developing a presence and building strong relationships.

Deb will conduct a Q&A session after her remarks.

Biography

Deborah Eubanks (DEBORAH@STRICTLYSG.COM) has been coaching executives and industry professionals and students for the past three decades in her unique style of voice and speech. She received her Theater Arts Degree at Harold Pinter Studios in the United Kingdom. She has written and performed at Covent Garden Arts Center, and toured London and Cambridge with a series of performances. She has toured London and Cambridge Arts Centers and Teaching Hospitals with a series of One Woman Performances, and played a lead role in Hugh Stoddart's BBC documentary on single working mothers, and she is an SF Divafest Playwright.

She has taught business professionals “executive presence” at the Berkeley Repertory Theater for over a decade and served as Academic Resource Councillor at Academy of Art University. Deborah has taught and directed Creative Ensemble and Voice, at American Conservatory Theater. She also served as faculty at the University of San Francisco. She teaches a variety of classes including "Voice for Corporate Business Professionals and Educators” and “Building The Voice”, in which she incorporates the works of Kristen Linklater, Edith Skinner, and The Tao of Voice into her own extensive and unique teaching methodology. At San Francisco Academy of Art University, she teaches undergraduate as well as graduate students in the M.F.A. program. Deb is Myers-Briggs Certified and has run JumpStart to Success workshops at Cal State universities. She works with The Times Group, India, coaching, and editing. Deborah was a speaker at Google Women and Diversity 2020 Summit.
Her training in England as an RN Tutor, specializing in speech disorders, helped her to become resident director for Stephen Hawking’s Libra Theater. She coaches top corporate professionals with her own style and methods and is a sought-after director of presentations.

Details:
The discussion will be held over Zoom, and space will be limited in order to facilitate group dialogue.
Please register by October 2.

We offer that each attendee can email personal questions and topics they’d like covered to WhartonClub@gmail.com.
  
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Format and Details:
Date:
Thursday, October 6, 2022
Time:
4:00 PM PT - 5:00 PM PT
Talk and Q&A

Registration:
This premium session is free for WCNC members.
Non-Member Alumni may register for $15.

Meeting Access Information:
A link, accessible by personal computer, tablet or smartphone, will be emailed to all registered guests 24-48 hours prior to the event to the "Primary Email" address listed in your profile. We will attempt to provide the ability to ask questions at the end of the presentation and time permitting.

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