CHICAGO, Jan. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Forbes article "8 powerful ways to mold your children into leaders" states that "EQ (emotional intelligence) is one of the biggest drivers of success in leadership positions." Kids today spend on average 8-10 hours of screen time, which is affecting their ability to exercise active listening and communication skills needed to succeed.
JuniorCEOs non-profit, http://juniorceos.org founded by Celeste Jones, is proud to launch their leadership workshop series held at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Qualifying applicant's ages 5-12 will be immersed in concentrated studies that enhance EQ and needed business skills for this rapidly evolving technological society.
Students gain opportunities to sit on junior boards for top companies to exercise their creative thinking and to help corporations gain invaluable insight on how to better market their products or services.
JuniorCEOs training modules focus on fiscal responsibility, entrepreneurship, collaboration, conversational fluidity, cross-generational business etiquette, and the EQ and grit needed to stand out in application processes for both academic, and professional opportunities for overall SUCCESS in and out of the classroom.
JuniorCEOs is a non- profit division of EESPB.com and seeks corporate sponsorships to provide scholarships to exceptional students of need, call 312-785-4017 for details or email email@example.com. Workshops will be held on Saturdays 1/26, 2/16, 3/9, 4/27, 5/18, 6/1 at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
For additional information and applications click here http://juniorceos.org/.
Harvard graduate and author, Celeste Jones works with corporations with how to remain ahead of marketing trends with her on-going field studies of Generation Z. http://eespb.com/. Jones consults with fortune 500 companies on how to better communicate and understand the mindsets of the next gen to maintain more productive and profitable work places and products. Joneses passion extends to helping youth to acquire the skills needed to survive in this hyper-competitive world and founded JuniorCEOs as a means to connect generations and to fill a need based on corporate feedback for teaching leadership skills to the next gen for their ultimate SUCCESS. Apply now http://juniorceos.org/.