Join us on May 13th for a session with LeeAnn Bailes Foster on Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

During the Emotional Intelligence session we will learn the following:

Objectives

  1. The Importance and Benefits of Emotional Intelligence
  2. The 6 Components of the Genos International Model
  3. How to measure behavior

Do you sometimes wish others ‘got you’?  Are you negatively affected at times by the behavior of others?  If you answered ‘yes’ to either of these questions this 40-minute session will be game-changing for you.

Your eyes will be open to how your behavior affects others.  We will learn how very important it is the display emotional intelligence throughout all aspects of life.  The benefits are astounding.  The team of emotionally intelligent leaders thrives as opposed to merely surviving.  

LeeAnn is a certified emotional intelligence practitioner with Genos International.  The information shared with you has been tested, vetted, and is used internationally to help leaders be positively impactful in the workplace.  

We meet the 2nd Friday of every month at varying locations.

Meeting Details

  • When: MAY 13
  • Time: Networking and breakfast 7:45 am, meeting begins at 8, adjourns at 9 am
  • Where: Emerald Youth Foundation – 1620 N Central St, Knoxville, TN 37917

Register here: https://www.facebook.com/events/3193952327508865.


May 13th Bowling Tournament

After our morning meeting join us for lunch and bowling at Fountain Lanes! It has been a while since we have been able to have a tournament, so this is a great chance to help us raise funds for the organization and have some much-needed fun. Register or be a lane sponsor by emailing nkbpa.info@gmai.com or visiting the links:

Registration includes shoes for yourself/team and 3 games.

  • Time: 12 to 1 pm meet and greet, grab a bite, get your ball and shoes, practice, and get ready. At 1 pm, we roll.
  • Where: Fountain Lanes Strike and Spare on Broadway behind Senor Taco

Business sponsor banners and signs are provided by Fulton High.

Pay for your team here: https://square.link/u/O2SA0xLZ

Sponsor a Lane: https://square.link/u/r12MOsf1

Pay to play as a Wildcard: https://square.link/u/I3pnusWG

Bart McFadden of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley on April 8th

Join us at our monthly membership meeting to learn more about the work of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley. Our Speaker will be president and CEO of the club, Bart McFadden. McFadden has a long history of service to youth through Boys & Girls Clubs and other organizations and is a club alumnus, having attended Boys & Girls Clubs in Johnson City, Tennessee, as a child. He holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in sports management from East Tennessee State University.

Bart McFadden

Bart McFadden

  • When: April 8th
  • Time: Networking and breakfast 7:45 am, meeting begins at 8, adjourns at 9 am
  • Where: 957 Irwin Street, Knoxville, TN 37917

To learn more about Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley, visit https://bgctnv.org/.

ESPN’s Chris Low speaks at March 8th meeting

Enter at the back door of Emerald Youth Foundation

We hope to see you on March 8th at 7:45 am to hear ESPN.com’s Chris Low. The meeting will be at Emerald Youth Foundation at 1718 N. Central St. Knoxville.

Low joined ESPN.com in 2007 after 10 years with The (Nashville) Tennessean covering the University of Tennessee and SEC. The Rock Hill, S.C., native lives with his wife in Knoxville and has three sons. Low a sports blogger can be found on SportsNation at http://myespn.go.com/blogs/sec.

Thank you to Emerald Youth for hosting and breakfast is sponsored by the NKBPA Board this month. Be sure to thank them.

MEMBERSHIP DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED to MARCH 15th: Please remember it is time to renew your membership. Dues are $50 annually. People, that’s a deal. Where else can you get great networking, community involvement, and breakfast EVERY month for only $50 a year? Nowhere! Renew or join today, fill out your membership application here. Print it and mail it along with your check to NKBPA c/o MEMBERSHIP  P.O. Box 27479  Knoxville, TN 37927-7479. If you prefer to pay by credit card, we will be taking credit card payments at the meeting. 

You can also pay by credit card for your membership and ad if you register to attend the meeting on Eventbrite. 
Select a date and then under ticket type select BECOME A MEMBER or your ad size.  If you have questions, please contact nkbpa.info@gmail.com.

Note: If your organization has an event coming up, please bring flyers or information to be placed on the tables. This way our members have a tangible reminder and we can use it to publicize your events on social media. Thank you, this helps us to wrap up the meeting on time.

Keep Knoxville Beautiful Speaks at Emerald Ave UMC on February 8th

Emerald Ave
Emerald Avenue United Methodist Church.

We hope to see you on February 8th at 7:45 am to hear Keep Knoxville Beautiful’s Aleta Daniels speak.

Keep Knoxville Beautiful is focusing a large majority of their efforts in the North Knox area as “Community of the Year” and Aleta will tell us about that work at this meeting.

Lauren Rider will also speak briefly on ReCode Knoxville.

Pastor Tom Seay is our host and our breakfast sponsors will be Homestead and First Tennessee Bank. Be sure to thank them.

Please remember it is time to renew your membership. Dues are $50 annually. People, that’s a deal. Where else can you get great networking, community involvement, and breakfast EVERY month for only $50 a year? Nowhere! Renew or join today, fill out your membership application here. Print it and mail it along with your check to NKBPA c/o MEMBERSHIP  P.O. Box 27479  Knoxville, TN 37927-7479. If you prefer to pay by credit card, we will be taking credit card payments at the meeting. 

CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDERS. Invoices for dues have arrived in your email inboxes. If there is more than one representative for your company’s location who attends the meeting, they will all receive an invoice. Payment for membership is per company, per location. So if you get two invoices from two attending representatives for one business location, you need pay only once. If you have questions, please contact nkbpa.info@gmail.com.

Note: If your organization has an event coming up, please bring flyers or information to be placed on the tables. This way our members have a tangible reminder and we can use it to publicize your events on social media. Thank you, this helps us to wrap up the meeting on time.