I use my superpowers of connection, emotional intelligence, and communication to help high achievers excel in their work and life.
Sounds fancy, right?
Just know that if you're tired of spinning your wheels in an effort to make all the pieces of your work work for you and are ready to transform how you show up at the office and in life, you're in the right place.
Eva Forde is an author, educator, entrepreneur, coach and master's level social worker. She received her Bachelors of Social Work from Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama and her Masters of Science in Social Work from Columbia University in New York, NY.
In her 20+ year career she has worked with various populations including victims of domestic violence and abuse, survivors of torture due to war, persons at the end-stage of life, persons living with HIV/AIDS, members of the LGBTQ community, young people in transition to adulthood, adult learners in university, and with high performing executives and teams in organizations.
Her years within the space of personal development and coaching have made her a sought after speaker and trainer, and her 2013 publication, How NOT to Practice Social Work: Saving Good People from Bad Practice One Step at a Time, has been hailed as a “must-read for burgeoning social workers” by various social work programs around the world.
In Jamaica, Eva works with the JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation where she serves as a Lead Facilitator and Sustainability Coach for their transformational program, Conversations for Greatness. She produces weekly content for social workers aspiring to create online businesses at youtube.com/richsocialworker.
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