Elite Access Virtual Classroom: 3 Steps to Effective and Conscious Leadership

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Free & Exclusive to All CUES Members


Tuesday, October 5, 2021
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Central Time 
Presenter: Belma McCaffrey, CEO/ Founder, Work Bigger

Today's workplace is complex; we’re often facing different personalities, needs and values within our organizations. To be an effective leader in these times, it's important to know how to navigate through such complexities to create a healthy, thriving workplace environment for ourselves and our teams. 

Join us for this session to learn:

  • The difference between reactive and proactive behavior, and how to shift to proactive
  • What triggers you emotionally and how to process it
  • A deeper understanding of what you need to feel seen, supported and heard
     

We’ll review the SCARF model and also cover how you can apply these learnings to build better relationships with your team.
 

Key Takeaways:

  • How to master one’s mindset and create emotional balance.
  • Ability to better manage colleagues and advocate for self, improving relationships in the workplace.
  • Ability to lead with empathy, impacting how employees interact with others and facilitate change.
  • Reusable framework for leadership development
     

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About the Presenter:

belma mccaffery headshotBelma McCaffrey
CEO/ Founder
Work Bigger


Belma McCaffrey is the CEO/ Founder of Work Bigger, a career coaching platform for dissatisfied high-achievers who want to find their purpose. She’s also a career and leadership coach. 

Through coaching and community, Work Bigger helps individuals connect to their mission, up level their leadership skills and improve their emotional and mental health. 

Belma's work has been featured in Forbes, Fortune, Thrive, and other media platforms. Belma is also an immigrant, a mom, and prior to Work Bigger, she spent 10+ years working in media and strategy roles at companies like the Associated Press and Conde Nast.