What does the signage on I-95 and J. Turner Butler Blvd. have to do with ATD members? Just as an alert driver can avoid a crash by being aware, taking in signals from other drivers, and backing off rather than responding aggressively, leaders need to do the same. Emotional intelligence encompasses being self-aware, managing your emotions, recognizing other’s emotions and avoiding a crash! Organizations are stronger, more productive, and have higher performance when leaders and teams are emotionally intelligent. Come join us for some fun exercises you can take right back to work.
Jan Lipsky excels in developing exceptional leadership teams, identifying and accelerating the development of talent for promotional opportunities and succession planning. She has been a sounding board for CEOs and an advisor to top executives on change management, communication and team development/team building.
Jan recently made the decision to strike out on her own as Jan Lipsky Coaching. Previously, she was with ImagePartners, Inc., for three years through April 2019. Additionally, Jan served as the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for St. Vincent’s HealthCare for 15 years, with responsibilities for leadership development, human resources, training and organizational development. She is most proud of the design and implementation of the Accelerated Development Pool, a year-long program for leadership development with a high success rate of promotions. Prior to her executive role in Human Resources, Jan served in clinical Nursing roles with increasing responsibility from staff RN in Critical Care, to Director of Nursing for Critical Care and Telemetry. Recognitions over her career include Top 100 Nurses from Florida Nurses Association, Women in Power from the National Council of Jewish Women, and the Woman of Distinction award from Girl Scouts of Gateway Council.