REGISTER | Register for the upcoming seminar!
In this one-hour webinar you will learn about...
- The 4 Pillars of Emotional Intelligence
- How to manage your team with emotional intelligence
- The Fruits of Your (Emotional) Efforts: Leading with EQ creates an office culture of trust and respect, thereby helping to minimize risk and encourage productively workflow
You will get:
- 1.0 CEU
- Fun & Raffle prizes!
About the Presenter:
D.A. Firm - Defense Advocacy Law Firm
A WORKERS’ COMPENSATION FIRM WITH MORE THAN 50 YEARS OF COMBINED EXPERIENCE
We have a track record of success using aggressive employer-driven results to resolve claims. We take pride in our ability to focus on cost savings while limiting exposure.
D.A. Firm is a full-service defense firm that specializes in workers’ compensation defense. Our clients come from all business sectors, insurance companies and third-party administrators. We pride ourselves on responsive communication and aggressive defense. Our service is centered around fearlessly defending our clients’ interests and nurturing meaningful client relationships. We will provide the highest level of customer service to our clients during every stage of the file-handling process.
About the Hosts:
(Stick around until the end of the seminar for a raffle prize giveaway!)
Rick Castro, Jonathan Castro | Todd Olivas & Associates
Client Relations Team for Todd Olivas aka "The TOABoyz."
Todd Olivas, CSR | Todd Olivas & Associates
Todd attended South Coast College and became a Certified Shorthand Reporter in 1999. He started the court reporting agency Todd Olivas & Associates in 2003. He has served on the board of the Deposition Reporters Association in 2009, 2010, 2020, 2021. He hosts the "TOA University" conferences and the "TOA Storytellers" podcast.
When not working, Todd enjoys spending time with his wife Jennifer and his two children -- Ryan, 12 and Ruby, 23.
IMPORTANT Courses offered by Todd Olivas & Associates and approved by the California Department of Insurance are for continuing education credits for the license and not for worker's compensation certification or post-designation training.