17
Aug
2018
Chula Vista
CA
United States

Dr. Debra Dupree is a Conflict Coach, extraordinaire Business Mediator, and phenomenal transformational Trainer and Keynote Speaker. She works with the up and coming, management-challenged, motivated to achieve, entrepreneurs, and the executive suite to develop conscious leadership. She helps people master their relationships by learning to connect, listen and engage to create emotionally intelligent workspaces.
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> Debra has an extensive training, coaching and management background with 30 years of experience, training executives, lawyers and human resource professionals throughout North American in conflict management strategies. Today, she trains and coaches professionals on presence through writing and speaking, time management, leadership strategies for managing up, down and all around, emotional intelligence, customer service and coaching/mentoring practices. Debra’s clients range from small start-ups, family-owned businesses to large corporations from technology to finance, from law to military, and from education to utilities.
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> Debra was featured in Newsweek as one of San Diego’s top psychotherapists, recognized by the Los Angeles Federal Executive Board for her mediator expertise, and distinguished as a leader in dispute resolution by the Southern California Mediation Association and the Association for Conflict Resolution. Since 2000, she has served as one of the leading mentor mediators for the Department of Navy. In 2016, she was recognized as one of the top ten trainers globally by training participants through SkillPath Corporate Strategies.
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> She is the founder and president of Relationships at Work, Inc. combining her 30 years of experience in psychotherapy, mediation and conflict coaching to help professionals develop their emotional intelligence by understanding the neuroscience of brain behavior and how the drama and trauma from their past interferes with transformational leadership and powerful presence. Today, she resides in the lovely seaside community of Coronado, CA with her two Yorkshire Terrier/Pomeranian dogs, Wolfie and Snickers. Her two children, Erin and Brett, are in college at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo where they study architectural and mechanical engineering respectively.

Our Topic For Friday:
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> Creating the Emotionally Intelligent Workplace:
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> In this talk, Dr. Dupree will help audience members recognize how life’s traumas impact
> resiliency and flexibility around change, how to maximize communication and presence, and
> how to manage stressful situations. Here’s what participants gain:

 

> * How to use emotional intelligence to move up and earn more $$!
> * The importance of ongoing self-evaluation.
> * How to build and repair important relationships.