“Any of us, whatever our temperament makeup, can be effective leaders, provided that we come to understand our own strengths and weaknesses as well as those of our followers, and provided that we show our appreciation whenever we note our followers contributing their intelligence to our mutual enterprise.” -- David Keirsey, Please Understand Me II

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Type in the Land of Technology – Who Shows Up, What Works

Carol Linden

Carol Linden

Presented by Carol Linden

Thursday, October 1

Reception:  6-7 p.m.; program 7-9 p.m.

Dinner and beverages (wine and soft drinks) provided

Place: Diamond View I Building near Durham Bulls Athletic Park (see directions)

APT-RTP members register here:  $25 Members may bring any family member, significant other, or friend for member price.
Non-members register here:  $35
Program plus annual membership:  $65 ($10 savings)

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Teaching type and temperament and using it in coaching managers and teams in a high-tech R&D environment for six years have taught this presenter which aspects of whole type, temperament theory, and the 8-function model have the biggest impact on the work environment. Learn about the type spread of a high-tech audience and about specific teaching points and exercises, and tweaks to common exercises, and about which organizational influences have helped to grow this internal OD consultant’s practice from 100 students in 7 workshops in 2005 to 325 students in 18 workshops in 2008.

For more information about the presenter see Carol Linden.

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July 22nd, 2009


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