How can emotional intelligence help us deal with political stress and biases?
"The People Whisperer"
Brittney-Nichole Connor-Savarda, author of The EQ Deficiency, is the region’s foremost authority on emotional intelligence and human behavior and lives her purpose as a Catalyst4Change. Connor-Savarda earned degrees in education and psychology, a certification as a Neuro-Linguistic Program (NLP) practitioner and is a HeartMath trainer. As a credentialed and respected “People Whisperer,” Brittney-Nichole specializes in working one-on-one with high-achieving male entrepreneurs to help them discover a life of fulfillment, balance, and confidence that success alone can not satisfy. In addition, she partners with executives and their teams to solve the people problems that are holding them back from innovation and people-centered success.
As a child, Brittney had a front row seat to the direct and negative results caused by a lack of thoughtful communication. She realized at a young age how emotional intelligence works in concert with communications to create a firm foundation for healthy family dynamics and broader interpersonal relationships.
Connor-Savarda asserts she doesn’t solve business problems; she solves people problems. And ALL of these issues lead back to a lack of awareness and an inability to effectively communicate with others.
When Brittney swiftly establishes trust with her clients, their work identifies roadblocks in the way of success, develops strategies for navigating around those and creates a freshly paved path leading to fulfillment at home and work.
The cornerstone of Brittney-Nichole’s approach stems from her desire to mend broken communications. Her work with clients involves a path of discovery which leads each to a keen understanding of perceptions and an arrival at an amazing realization: every successful interpersonal relationship requires a healthy and consistent dose of empathy. As an adaptive and creative problem-solver, Connor-Savarda applies equal parts experience, education and emotional intelligence to change her clients’ lives for the better. Her dedication to building bridges which bring people together is what sets her apart from a seemingly endless pool of “life coaches.”
Connor-Savarda is a true champion for people who genuinely desire to become a better version of themselves.
Whether it’s applying what she’s lived and learned in a one-on-one coaching session, to a packed webinar audience or sharing emotional intelligence and communication practices with a group of engaged corporate leaders, the cornerstone of Brittney’s work is simple: she fixes people problems.
Brittney’s training and experience in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) not only gives her a professional edge, it speaks volumes about her dedication to helping people. She understands the crucial role perception plays in how we talk to ourselves and how it influences our interaction and communication with others.
Connor-Savarda’s devotion to making lives better through a deeper understanding of emotional intelligence and human behavior is a gift – one she believes is only valuable when its shared with others. Brittney demonstrates her passion for fixing people problems through speaking on stage at events or working one-on-one with individuals, couples, families and even corporate leaders.