Ever wonder what your behavior says about your work style? A DiSC assessment can help.
The DiSC is a popular personality profile assessment used by over one million people every year to help improve teamwork, communication, and productivity in the workplace.
Register for this opportunity and gain valuable insights, which will support your career development. You will first take the DiSC on your own and receive a written report with results.
During the workshop, you will:
- Review assessment scores, revealing work- and nonwork-related personality strengths and weaknesses.
- Learn personalized tactics and strategies for better communication and capacity on the job.
- Understand your approach to leadership.
- Gain the self-awareness needed to guide your team to success even under challenging circumstances.
Tickets are $53/per person ($18 for the workshop ticket + $35 for the assessment). Please reach out to email@example.com if ticket pricing is prohibiting your attendance. Scholarships are available.
Meet the Facilitator:
Heather Wolfson is the CEO and Lead Strategist of Maven Leadership Consulting. She believes that organizations have the power to build a healthier, more resilient ecosystem through intentional intervention at all levels. Her work is accomplished through scalable training, 1:1 coaching, strategic consulting and customized resources that identify and leverage emerging leaders and teams.
With a passion for supporting emerging leaders and a background in making a sustained impact, Heather brings nearly 20 years of senior-level leadership, strategy development and coaching experience to her work. She served as the Chief Operating Officer for M2: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education in its infancy where she led the development of the organizational infrastructure and established a team. Over the years, she served as Chief Program Officer at the Jewish Federation of San Diego County, Managing Director of the Avi Schaefer Fund and the Western Regional Director for Birthright Israel NEXT.
Heather has her undergraduate degrees in journalism and communication from the University of Arizona, an MBA from Loyola Marymount University and is a Board Certified Coach. She serves on the boards of the University of Arizona Hillel Foundation and Congregation Beth Am, and lives in San Diego with her husband and two children.