Using Your Superpowers to Help Others Win
Presented by: Melva Tate, PHR/CLC
You’re the coach, the leader, the teacher, the cheerleader. Your job is to motivate and inspire others to enthusiastically perform at a higher level – to move, to stretch, to reach beyond their wildest dreams. Simply put, your job is to help them WIN!
So what traits must YOU embody to successfully encourage others? One of the best ways to improve your personal and professional effectiveness is to master your superpowers, aka your emotional intelligence (EQ).
This colorful, high-energy session will help participants unmask the six success superpowers every professional must master to lead others to success. It will encourage professionals to use tried and true methods, coupled with innovative strategies to keep their purpose aligned while they assist others in discovering a way forward to successfully navigate life’s growth, challenges, setbacks, and new experiences.
This one-hour recording from the 2020 Virtual Conference is FREE for NRWA members and $19.99 for nonmembers. It is not eligible for CEUs.
About Melva Tate:
Melva Tate is a Human Capital Strategist and serves as the owner of Tate & Associates, LLC, managing three unique divisions: Strategic HR Partnerships, Career Touchdown and Melva Tate Speaks. Her firm offers specialized services in executive talent search, human resource consulting, compliance, training & development and career coaching to top companies, universities and nonprofit organizations.
She is a best-selling author, radio co-host, credible activist, serial entrepreneur and networking “Diva”. She spends quality time “Building Relationships where Relationships Matter!" With 25+ years of solid industry experience, Melva has established creative ways to infuse her enthusiasm for the field of human resources and career development with her desire to help organizations succeed and employees to land and enjoy the Job of their Dreams.
Prior to launching her company, she served as the Director of HR & Administration for two start-up organizations. These evolving environments put her B.S. degree in Human Resource Management, Executive MBA, Certified Life Coach (CLC) and Professional in Human Resources Certification (PHR) to the test daily while offering challenging and rewarding experiences.
She is a radio personality and a feature writer and contributor to leading newspapers and magazines including, HR Magazine, Black Enterprise Magazine, The Birmingham News, and the Birmingham Business Journal on issues related to careers, leadership, diversity, workforce development and human resources. An entertaining presenter and workshop speaker, Melva uses audience engagement techniques that keep participants on the edge of their seat. After each presentation, she gladly accepts each handshake, hug and Facebook friend request with a final appeal - “Let’s Stay Connected.”