"Overwhelmed with Stress? Build Personal Resiliency!"
Anna Stevens, J.D., B.B.A. is known as the Emotional Intelligence and Happiness Maven and the founder of EQ for Success - an Atlanta-based Emotional Intelligence consulting, training and coaching company (www.EQforSuccess.com). Anna has been featured on WSB TV, Atlanta Business Radio and other Radio programs. Anna helps corporations attract, hire and retain high-potential employees as well as provide on-going training to help employees effectively deal with stress, difficult people and change, and stay motivated and committed to achieving their desired business goals. Anna delivers public workshops and seminars as well corporate and private training sessions, during which she guides her clients through a self-discovery process, helping them uncover their true purpose and potential for success. Anna also provides one-on-one coaching in the area of Emotional Intelligence, leadership, relationship-building and goal-achieving. Anna graduated with high honor from a teaching college in Russia in 2002, and immediately entered a business school where she held a leadership position as the head student for 6 years. During the third year at the business school, Anna entered a law school, and in 2008 she successfully graduated from both schools with high honor. Now, she uses her international business background in her consulting business.
In 2008, Anna moved to the United States where she experienced domestic violence and which she escaped and had to live in a shelter for battered women. Despite al the tragedy of the situation, Anna was able to restore herself and rebuild her life in the new country using her strong leadership skills. Now, Anna runs her own business, is happily married and is also obtaining her MBA degree from GA State University, Robinson College of Business. www.EQforSuccess.com
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