Date and Time: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - 9:15am to 10:30am
Content level: Basic
There are a multitude of personal and professional self-assessment tools available to help us better understand ourselves and how we interact with those around us. Increasing our level of self-awareness is critical to our ability to be effective leaders, to make progress on our career goals and improve our work performance--no matter what role we play in our institution. This session will explore some of the available tools, what they can tell us about ourselves, and how this information can be incorporated into our daily interactions to bring about the most positive result.
Participants will explore tools for assessing their behavior in conflict situations, determining their learning style, identifying their personality preferences, evaluating their emotional intelligence, discovering their influencing style, and learning.
Tabatha Lemke, Project Manager, Sanford Research; Anne Schauer, MA, CRA, Director of Research and Sponsored Programs Miami University