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Cyber threats and using your emotional intelligence

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Protecting your business from cyber threats and using your emotional intelligence

This month, we are covering off to often underrated topics, but essential to managing risks in your business, regardless of size.

Our first session is everything you need to know about protecting yourself in a digitally connected world, and the second session is using your emotional intelligence to lead and guide both yourself, your staff and your customers to a profitable relationship.

Small businesses invest a small fortune each year promoting themselves, building their brand and servicing their customers. As each day goes by, increasing amounts of data on businesses products and services, customers, and markets is collected. While this data presents businesses with many new opportunities, new risks are also emerging that need to be managed.

Sadly, many business owners find the cost of securing their data is too high, and effective advice is difficult to come by. Often it’s only once a serious incident has occurred that the true cost of this data is realised, often only after the damage has been done.

Are you at risk?
What are the risks?
Have you been hacked?
How do you run a business after your data is gone?
Prevention and solutions
Would you like to learn about the two things which allow you to control any situation?

Emotional Intelligence (or EI, and not EQ!) refers to how aware we are of our own and others emotions and how they may impact our thoughts, decisions and behaviour.

Genuinely good business people distinguish themselves through a high degree of emotional intelligence observed through their everyday business transactions.

They seem to be the types of people who are there at the right time, at the right place, they somehow manifest more business, more opportunities and gain a great deal of satisfaction from being in business.

This workshop will strengthen your approach in adapting to an emotionally intelligent strategy to increase your sales target and gain more transactions with your current clients.

Explain how to apply EI to your business activity
Understand your personal growth and development with EI
Measure your personal EI in your current business environment
Felicity Donert, is 20 years in the business of organisational development. She has an extensive background in facilitating workshops and developing pro behaviour and productivity with employees.

Come along and listen to Felicity reveal your own super power that you didn’t even know you had.

Adam Selwood has been helping businesses of all sizes solve problems through the use of technology for over 15 years. As the Co-founder of Cynch Security, he has turn his attention towards the goal of helping Australian businesses avoid and reduce the impact of data breaches.

Recognising that small businesses are woefully unsupported by the cybersecurity industry, the team at Cynch Security are focused on helping these businesses adopt solutions right-sized for the digital risks they face every day.

Felicity Donert, founder of Develop Us has over 17 years of experience in learning and development and a background in both corporate sector training and public healthcare, Felicity brings a wealth of experience and understanding to her audience. Her ability to communicate complex HR issues and processes in a logical way, ensuring that participants receive the opportunity to practice the skill in the safety of a training environment, can support your organisation by implementing current HR best practice into the handling of common concerns impacting human capital.

Felicity was awarded accreditation with excellence through her association with Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and this level of performance has continued through to her Masters in Human Resource Management (MHRM).

When: Thursday June 21

Venue: Platform 3095, Eltham Train Station

Free for members of Nillumbik Tourism & Business, guests are very welcome, $30 per person.

When: 6.45pm for 7pm start

The evening will start at 6.45pm, for registration, buy yourself a drink, mix and meet with other businesses, make new connections and friends from the Shire, before we get started with our interactive presentations.