Ready to find direction, purpose, and peace in your life?
Discover the impact of intentional living in this group coaching program.
What is CONVOshop Fellowship?
CONVOshop Fellowship is a group coaching program, led by Brittney-Nichole Connor-Savarda, designed for highly driven and successful individuals who want to find direction, purpose, and peace in their lives. The program helps you bridge the gap between your material or career success and your well-being by focusing on the development of emotional intelligence. Group sessions revolve around specific topics that allow you to take a deeper dive into what matters most to you.
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How Does it Work?
CONVOshop Fellowship is a month-to-month group coaching program, which means no long-term commitments. Once you sign up, you will receive an email with access to our private platform and channels and invites to upcoming sessions.
EVERY MORNING, you will receive inspirational quotes to kick off your day.
EVERY WEEK, I will provide you with a journal prompt to aid you in creating clarity and awareness around your goals and the obstacles that might be standing in your way.
EVERY MONTH, we will meet for our 90-minute deep and intensive group coaching session.
EVERY QUARTER, you can participate in our book club and engage with select authors for Q&A.
24/7, you will have access to our members-only forum for group or private discussion and an ever-growing library of supportive resources to expand on monthly discussion topics.
All of the classes I’ve taken so far have been exceptional. I’m new to Emotional Intelligence and putting myself as a priority, but Brittney and her teaching has been helpful in starting this journey. I would highly recommend this program to everyone…no matter what your life circumstances are, you can learn something here. You may even learn something that you didn’t even know you needed.
I highly recommend this program to anyone that wants to experience improvement in relationships ... the importance of building trust and respect. A course on this topic, delivered in this way, with coaching sessions to maximize the development of your emotional intelligence, should be at the top of your list if you want to become the best version of yourself.
When the opportunity came up to be able to work with Brittney-Nichole in a small group I jumped at the chance. I am very glad I did! Brittney-Nichole is very passionate about elevating others to achieve high emotional intelligence and she is a great communicator. I would highly recommend her program...
"The People Whisperer"
Brittney-Nichole Connor-Savarda, author of The EQ Deficiency, is an authority on emotional intelligence and awareness, has over 15,000 hours of practical experience under her belt, and lives her purpose as a catalyst for change. Brittney-Nichole earned degrees in education and psychology and is a certified as a Neuro-Linguistic Program (NLP) practitioner, and HeartMath trainer. As a credentialed and respected “People Whisperer,” Brittney-Nichole specializes in working one-on-one with high-achieving individuals and entrepreneurs to help them discover a life of fulfillment, balance, and confidence that success and things alone can not satisfy. In addition, she partners with executives and their teams to solve the people problems that are holding them back from innovation and people-centered success.
As a child, Brittney had a front row seat to the direct and negative results caused by a lack of awareness and thoughtful communication. She realized in her early 20s how emotional intelligence works in concert with our higher self to create a life of fulfillment, purpose, connection, and success.
"At the age of 15, I was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and later OCD and ADD, which came as no surprise. My family has a long history of anxiety, depression, and mental illness. Unfortunately, I quickly fell victim to the mentality that my mental health, well-being, and success was out of my control. I used my anxiety and ADD as the reason for why I struggled in school and failed to make friends; and, I used my anxiety and OCD as an excuse for my frequent emotional outburst and meltdowns. It was only after discovering and developing emotional intelligence that my life completely changed. I learned how to understand and control my emotions, and I developed compassion for myself, which snowballed into my current success and fulfillment in life and business. It brings me immense joy to have made it my life's work to share this undervalued and critical skill with the world."