Using Your Behavioral DNA to Guide Your Career

  • 20 Sep 2018
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • The Employers Association 3020 W Arrowood Rd., Charlotte, NC 28273
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John F. Broer and Jonathan Brake

If given their choice, people would always want to find a job that allowed them to leverage their natural strengths and yet still grow in areas that made them more effective. 

Some people find that perfect position for which they are well suited while others feel the need to "show up" differently at work and deal with the stress of altering who they really are. Wouldn't it be great to have a scientifically validated tool that helped us understand our natural drives in a way that shaped the direction of our career? Helped us communicate with our managers in a way that facilitated better understanding of how you could be more effective? 

This session will give everyone access to their own Behavioral Assessment from The Predictive Index and the opportunity to understand what it says about one's natural drives and potential stresses and pitfalls of career decisions that don't align with what really makes you tick.

About John F. Broer:

John Broer serves as Curator of Epic Stuff at IN2GREAT, a predictive performance consultancy based in Toledo, Ohio. John has been an organizational performance consultant for nearly 25 years with experience in a wide variety of industries and markets. His areas of expertise include corporate learning architecture, leadership and team development, people analytics, and sometimes overstating the obvious but that seems to be needed in business these days.

John has been published multiple times by Chief Learning Officer and Training Industry Magazine. His clientele represents a broad spectrum - members of the Fortune 100 as well as small to mid-sized companies and even solopreneurs.

About Jonathan Brake:

Jonathan Brake is the Culture, Communication & Conflict Specialist at IN2GREAT. He is an experienced business leader, strategist and coach with over two decades experience in business covering five continents. Jonathan, who is based in North Carolina, understands communication like no other, from marketing to team communication to business leadership. He has a keen interest in how businesses and people function and interact, and how a business can build its communication inside and out. As a Certified Practitioner with The Predictive Index he brings more than just the “soft skills” essentials, but also the science behind what makes people tick. Jonathan also holds a Master of Advertising and PR, a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Political Science as well as formal coaching accreditation recognized by the International Coaching Federation.


5:00 - Networking

5:45 - Dinner

6:45 - Speaker


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