FRANKLIN, Ind. – Leadership Johnson County will host Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in Teams on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in a virtual workshop setting, via Zoom.
Working with people is a part of daily life – at work, at home, in the places we volunteer. The Myers- Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) self-assessment is a comprehensive tool used to understand normal personality differences. When we better understand ourselves and how and why we react in different situations, it helps us to work better with the people around us.
This workshop is an effective tool for teams (at least 3 – 7 team members works best) within an organization to better understand how the people they work with operate. The workshop will feature two facilitators: Tandy Shuck and Carolyn Goerner.
Tandy Shuck is a certified MBTI trainer, with a wealth of experience in facilitating and a background in clinical psychology. Tandy began working at LJC in 2001 and serves as the executive director. Her experience includes a background in clinical psychology and over 15 years of facilitation experience. She is a dynamic presenter who will lead participants into better discovery of their own personalities.
Dr. Carolyn Goerner serves as ALDI’s Distinguished I-Core Clinical Professor at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington. Prior to joining Kelley’s Department of Management and Entrepreneurship faculty in 2000, she completed her PhD in Management and Human Resources at The Ohio State University. She was a Human Resource Consultant for 10 years prior to graduate school. Carolyn also owns Practical Paradigms, a training and consulting company.
The workshop will be held virtually via Zoom. Registration is required. Tickets are $49 per person for Leadership Johnson County Signature Program graduates, Franklin College alumni, Franklin and Indy Chamber of Commerce members, and Aspire members. General public pricing is $59 per person. Group discounts are available.
The workshop is underwritten by Vaught Family Eye Care and Vectren. For more information or to register for the event, please visit our website at www.leadershipjohnsoncounty.org or contact Bea Northcott at email@example.com.
Leadership Johnson County at Franklin College began in 1994 to promote community involvement and creative community problem-solving among people who live and work in and around Johnson County, Indiana. A non-profit, non-political organization, LJC provides professional development through a nine-month Signature Program, half-day and full-day workshops, a Youth Leadership Academy, and more. Visit our website at www.leadershipjohnsoncounty.org.