Make Your Emotions Your Superpower

Alan Lyons, KinchLyons Business Psychologists

It is more important than ever to foster resilience and emotional intelligence in the workplace. Hear how to harness the superpower that is Emotional Intelligence to manage your stress, the stress of employees, sustain energy and focus, as well as build positive relationships within your team. Learn the top tips on becoming more resilient, both in yourself and your business.

Platform: Zoom

Date: Tuesday 9th November

Time: 10am – 11am

Cost: FREE

Speaker: Alan has practiced as a professional psychologist for over 15 years.  Alan LyonsHe belongs to both the Division of Work and Organisational Psychology and the Division of Counselling Psychology within the Psychological Society of Ireland. Alan is a qualified coaching psychologist and a founding member of the Society for Coaching Psychology within the British Psychological Society. He is also a recognised professional member and accredited sport psychologist by the Irish Institute of Sport where he works with high performance elite athletes.

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