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Resilience and its influence: How to build emotional intelligence for future career success

About the topic

When you hear the word resilience, what do you think of? Do you think of bouncing back from study let downs? Or perhaps maintaining consistent passion to reach your study goals with each new semester? By developing emotional intelligence, resilience can be a by-product used to help you through all of your study hurdles. This free, one-hour webinar will have you re-thinking your perception of resilience, open your mind to the importance of creating emotional intelligence and provide you with awareness of yours and others’ feelings to help ensure your career success.

This webinar has now finished. Please view the below recording and slides to access this resource.


About the presenters

Brett Johnson is the Manager (Development and Engagement) within Human Resources at USQ and is focused on supporting employees to increase personal effectiveness. He has over a decade of relevant work experience (spread across Australia and Canada) and is an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation. Brett has a broad range of relevant postgraduate qualifications across leadership, coaching, training and assessment and is a USQ alumnus of the Bachelor of Science with Distinction program.

Brett Johnson from HR

Renee Stafleu is the Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion within Human Resources at USQ and is focused on building capacity in workforces to support each employee bringing their whole self to work. As a working mum of two, Renee is familiar with both the benefits and challenges that come with achieving the day to day wins in all aspects of her life. Renee is a USQ alumna holding a Bachelor of Business, is a Genos Certified practitioner and is a certified coach with the International Coach Federation. Renee’s passion is in bringing strategy and operations together through recognising the strength every individual brings to the workplace and ensuring that everyone has the ability to contribute to success.

Renee Stafleu from HR