Managing Your Emotional Bank Account

2019thu05dec8:30 amthu12:00 pmManaging Your Emotional Bank Account8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Event Details

Balancing Your Withdraws and Deposits


Our emotional energy, like our money, is limited. Everyday we make deposits into other people’s emotional bank account, while others are making deposits and withdraws in our own.

Join us for this session as we explore how to maintain a healthy account, for healthier relationships!


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Learning Objectives


During This Session We Will:

Gain awareness of how deposits build and repair trust in a relationship while withdrawals lessen trust in relationships

Define an emotional withdrawal and deposit and what it takes to build up your account as well as the account of others

Understand that every interaction with another human being may be classified as a deposit or withdrawal


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About Our Facilitator

Tisha Gierhart was hired as Shafer Leadership Academy’s first Program Director in January 2014. She is primarily responsible for all activities related to the development, delivery, and assessment of leadership programs presented by Shafer Leadership Academy. In this role, she focuses on building collaborative relationships with Shafer  Leadership Academy’s participants and partners.

Tisha holds a degree in Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has worked in the healthcare field for fourteen years, where she developed her skills in leadership, project management and facilitation. Tisha served as an internal coach for IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, where she worked to enhance the patient experience by cultivating a culture of service.

Tisha is an alumnus of Shafer Leadership Academy’s Emergence program and has completed Advanced Facilitator Training. She is certified in The Leadership Challenge and has over 40 hours of certified coach training. Tisha is an active member in her community where she serves as a board member for the Jay County Cancer Society and is the Co-Chair of the Jay County Cancer Walk. She enjoys volunteering and is a member of the Portland Evening Optimist and Hickory Grove Church of the Brethren. Her work reflects her passion for making a difference, building relationships, and motivating others. She believes in leading by example and developing purposeful connections.



December 5, 2019 8:30 am - 12:00 pm