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Mastering Money With Your Dominant Function

Mastering Money With Your Dominant Function

Presented by Ray Linder

(This program has been approved for 2.5 CEU’s for MBTI, APA, and NBCC)

Money can buy happiness, but only if it used in ways consistent with our personality type because it is psychological, and not material, satisfaction that we desire. Are you allowing your personality type to orient you towards psychologically satisfying financial decisions? If you are going to be able to manage your money with less stress and more success – and perhaps, less conflict with others – you must have an awareness of your money personality – your preferred patterns of financial behavior.
A key type-related influence on your financial actions is your dominant function. In terms of your own approach to money, many of the differences and likely conflicts you experience with other people can be explained by your dominant personality function.
Understanding how your dominant function influences your financial behavior will provide you with insights into your money personality, including:

  • In what ways money matters to your personality type
  • How type influences the way you make financial decisions
  • How your type affects your views of financial risk

About Ray Linder

Ray Linder HeadshotWith proven personal coaching, leadership development, and team building programs and services that help people be themselves with more skill, Ray Linder has worked with over 10,000 individuals across a range of both large and small companies, government and municipal agencies, non-profits and the military.
Ray’s work is internationally recognized and he has conducted hundreds of custom-designed team building and leadership development workshops for clients that include Fortune 100 companies, the U.S. Army and Air Force, government agencies such as the Office of Personnel Management and the Department of Health and Human Services, the District of Columbia, and major universities.

Ray has a B.A. in Economics and an MBA in Finance and Economics from Binghamton University. He is author of three books, including What Will I Do With My Money: How Your Personality Affects Your Financial Behavior, and his many media appearances include a feature story on CNBC, USA Today, the Washington Post, the Boston Herald, Leadership, and The Bulletin of Psychological Type. Ray is associated with several world-class organizational and leadership development firms, is an adjunct faculty member at the Federal Executive Institute, and served on the board of the Association of Psychological Type International. Prior to his current work, Ray’s business experience includes corporate and investment finance, fundraising and development, and private school administration.

Ray, his wife Christine, and children Diandra and Cassandra, live in Sterling, Virginia.

Bring your own bag dinner.  Beverages and desert will be provided.

Meeting Location: Binkley Baptist Church, 1712 Willow Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514  www.binkleychurch.org

Directions: www.binkleychurch.org/about/directions

Date: Thursday, August 22, 2013

Time: 6:00pm to 9:00 pm 

           6:00 pm Dinner and Networking

           6:45 pm Program


Mastering Money With Your Dominant Function



July 8th, 2013

Using Type to Enrich Emotional Intelligence

Using Type to Enrich Emotional Intelligence

Roger Pearman, Ed.D., Presenter

Thursday, October 20, 2011

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

6 pm – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 – Program

Diamond View Room

512 Mangum St. (Adjacent to the Durham Bulls Athletic Park)

Cost:  $15.00 per person (member rate)

$20.00 per person for non-members

Members may bring guests at the membership rate

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad,
dessert, beverages, and workshop materials provided.)

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)
Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members

A copy of Roger Pearman’s book, “Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence” will be available for purchase at the reduced rate of $10.50 or may be purchased at time of registration.

Cost: $10.50 Presenter’s Book – Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is as all intelligences a combination of perceiving and judging—but the object of perception and management is emotions.  EQ is about how you identify key emotions in yourself and in others and how you use that information for constructive purposes.  All that we see and all that we manage in our life is influenced by our type.  It is not possible to consider emotional intelligence without also looking at how your time affects both your emotional make up and your use of certain key competencies to be effective.  This brief workshop will explore how you can see the powerful link between emotions and type and how you can use your type to leverage the knowledge that his brings.  Participants will experience several key learning activities and engage in special case exploration to see the practical use of type with emotional intelligence.

Roger R. Pearman, Ed.D., President, Qualifying.org, Inc.

Roger R. Pearman is the president and principal of Qualifying.org, Inc and Leadership Performance Systems, Inc. His company provides customized training programs and individual executive coaching. He has extensively consulted with executives and leaders in government, business, and education in the United States, Canada, and in Europe. Specifically working with entrepreneurial companies, his organization provides training programs that focus on: leadership development and change management, executive team development and team performance, succession planning and talent retention, and leading through company lifecycles and culture development for financial returns.

Formerly a vice president of operations for a financial services company, Roger combines his academic knowledge with leadership experience to provide effective training and coaching. As a senior adjunct trainer, feedback coach, and adjunct research associate with the Center for Creative Leadership, his work includes delivering services to public enrollment and custom programs.

Roger has written many books and training materials including:

September 23rd, 2011


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