"Leadership & Emotions Through Turbulent Times"

  • 17 May 2023
  • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Holiday Inn & Suites Overland Park West
  • 60


  • Nonmember managers, businesses,
  • Members Only: Managers, Business Partners, Students
  • NO COST Speakers, Life Members, etc.


Holiday Inn & Suites Overland Park West
8787 Reeder Street, Overland Park KS 
Date: May 17, 2023  
Time: 3:00pm registration with networking, food, presentation. Ends by

"Leadership & Emotions
Through Turbulent Times"

Speaker:  Kylie Livingston, aPHR       

     Director of Talent Management, Rally House

Leaders have emotions too. Whether you’re going through something personal at home, an ongoing challenge at work, or the environment is creating turbulent times, the best leaders tune into their emotions and know how to effectively lead with them. Leaders can avoid becoming disoriented and caught up in the minutia of these times through practical behaviors, and the opportunity to influence others to do the same. Explore how leaders can leverage emotions to transcend to their team using practical steps for communication.

Some learning points helpful for attendees are: 

  • Emotional Intelligence (EQ) during times of challenge
  • Steps to transcend your team through turbulent times
  • How leaders can stay grounded and set an example

REGISTRATION LINK:  https://gkcmgma.org/event-5062689

BIO:  Kylie Livingston, aPHR. Kyliee is Director of Director of Talent Management at Rally House.  She has been in Human Resources for 16 years specializing in organizational development, training and talent acquisition in restaurant, health care and retail settings. Kylie holds an Associate Professional in Human Resources Certification from HRCI and is a Certified Trainer in both Situational and Coaching to Build Capacity by the Center for Leadership Studies. She presented ‘Building Virtual Micro-Learning to Engage Leaders in Training’ at the LeapHR: Healthcare 2022 conference.  Kylie provides value through her ability to conceptualize strategic initiatives and her interdepartmental interactions to cultivate a strong sense of organizational awareness. Her practical approach to organizational development is influenced from her time in [restaurant] operations, where end outcomes must be operationally sound, which requires a deep partnership with operation leaders.

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