Languages: English, Spanish
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My name is Paula Gil Navarro and I am passionate about helping people maximize their potential and interpersonal skills. I believe that sometimes all it takes is for someone to ask the right questions to help you reach your potential. I focus on topics related to communication skills, teamwork and management.
After many years of working in HR at Google, I have moved to work in a startup focused in Artificial Intelligence. I have learned a great deal on how the tech world works, from a tech giant to an early-stage startup, what makes someone thrive or suffer in that environment and what tools are available to each one of us to make this professional journey more entertaining and less stressful.
My training sessions are mainly focused on experiential learning. This method reinforces learning with realistic scenarios that allow for easy transfer of knowledge and skills back to the participant's daily job context.It provides participants with a safe environment in which to practice and develop skills, as well as can get participants "in the grip" of a real situation and thus allow them to reflect on their reactions and performance.
About the training
This course is designed to help learners improve their emotional intelligence at work, specifically focused on their self-awareness. In this highly interactive workshop, they will go through some scenarios where they will be facing stress and will practice tools that will help them to cope with it. Participants will walk away from this interactive session with several immediate tools that can help them identify and respond accordingly next time they are experiencing stressful situations.
Describe what happens in your brain when you receive an emotional stimulus
Identify your triggers and what makes you react or respond to different situation
Apply techniques to cope with stress and gain perspective on daily events
Main topics that will be covered: Understand the basics of how your brain works Are you responding or reacting? Why we are victims of our own Amygdala? Can anyone manage the stress?