Emergenetics Profile and Meeting of the Minds
The Emergenetics Profile was developed to distinctively measure how people think and behave. With this insight, you can develop personal strategies to achieve results. Developed through years of psychometric research, the Emergenetics Profile accurately measures three behavioral attributes - Expressiveness, Assertiveness, Flexibility - and four thinking attributes - Analytical, Structural, Social, Conceptual. The attributes are represented in a clear, color-coded report, making it memorable and immediately applicable. The Emergenetics Profile is a pre-requisite for this Meeting of the Minds Workshop, which will present the following topics:
- Introduction and Brain Calisthenics: Demonstrate exercises that relate to brain health and jumpstart neural pathways and directly connect to the day's learnings with brain science.
- Emergenetics Overview: Define the science behind Emergenetics and its foundational and behavioral attributes.
- Origins of the Emergenetics Model: Discuss the research conducted and the process for developing our model.
- Application to Work/Life: Explore the practical application of Emergenetics concepts to your work and personal life.
- Analyzing Profiles: Review examples of profiles and discuss variations.
- If This Room Were a Brain: Take part in interactive exercises designed to accelerate an understanding of Emergenetics and its concepts/applications. These exercises reveal preconceptions - and often misconceptions - we can develop about others who think and behave differently.
- Reflections and Summary: Wrap with final exercises and reflect on our insights.
Workshop registration requires a $55.00 payment for the Emergenetics Profile online assessment and 8-page profile report. Participants must register by Friday February 1st and complete the online assessment by Friday February 8, 2019. If you have already completed the profile assessment, please contact the PD committee prior to registration.
About the Presenter
Terry Richardson is the Director of Leadership and Executive Development Programs in the Learning Center at GAO. He has worked at local, state, and federal levels of government as well as at the international level with a non-profit organization. In addition, he has taught a range of graduate courses at the university level and served as the Director of the Graduate Certificate Program in Survey Design and Data Analysis at George Washington University from 2005 to 2015. Terry completed his PhD in Urban Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Louisville and a Master of Public Administration and Bachelor of Health Sciences at the University of Kentucky. He has several certifications including Emergenetics and is on MAFN’s Board of Directors.
Matt Kienzle is a Leadership Program Analyst with the Leadership and Executive Development Program team in the Learning Center at GAO. Previously, he worked as a teacher at the high school and college level. Matt completed a Master of Public Administration and Master of International Relations at Syracuse University, a Master of Teaching from at University, and a Bachelor of History at Pennsylvania State University. He is a certified Emergenetics facilitator, as well as InsideOut Coaching and MBTI.
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