Wed, Jan 12

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January Virtual Meeting - Skills to Increase Your Productivity and Happiness

We go to school and what do we learn? Technical skills. It’s all about the technical skills, and don’t get me wrong, we need them. But who cares how smart you are and how good you are at your job if you can’t communicate, struggle to manage yourself under stress, and lack empathy?

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January Virtual Meeting - Skills to Increase Your Productivity and Happiness

Time & Location

Jan 12, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

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About the Event

We go to school and what do we learn? Technical skills. It’s all about the technical skills, and don’t get me wrong, we need them. But who cares how smart you are and how good you are at your job if you can’t communicate, struggle to manage yourself under stress, and lack empathy?

Would you rather work for a highly technical manager that has a big ego, lacks self-control or work with an above-average technical manager that is trustworthy, patient, and motivating?

Human Skills are not taught at school and not the primary focus in the work environment. But I promise you that when you spend time developing your human skills, the results will start showing without even trying.

In the presentation, Karine will show you how to unleash the more human side of you.

Karine Leblanc

ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer Karine Leblanc, sales engineer at US Air Conditioning Distributors since 2001, has been an active member of ASHRAE since she was a student. She received her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Ecole de Technologie Superieure in Montreal and was awarded an honorary medal as part of the 50th anniversary of the University of Quebec for her exceptional contribution to the institution. Not your typical engineer™, Karine Leblanc is passionate about teaching engineers and analytical thinkers how to use human skills to change the behavior that’s holding them back and create enhanced productivity, total freedom, unparalleled happiness, and live the life they deserve. She uses her experience to teach and impact her peers by speaking as a distinguished lecturer for ASHRAE all over the world. Karine values real-life stories and conversational connections with her audience, making everyone feel like they matter. Karine has served on the ASHRAE Society Board of Directors from 2014-2017 and became the first female Region X Director Regional Chair since 1959. In 2009-2010, she was the youngest President of the chapter of Southern California, founded in 1930. She has received the Louise & Bill Holladay Award from the Southern California chapter, the Region X Director’s Cup Award, the Regional Award of Merit, and the Distinguished Service Award.

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