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4 Types of People – Managing Diverse Personalities
January 6, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 amFREE
Thankfully, we aren’t all alike! However, it can be challenging to understand and work well with other personality types. Discover how to identify some key differences, recognize the strengths of personality diversity, and learn tips on how to better relate with others. We will discuss informal techniques as well as offer information on the leading formal personality assessment solution, Everything DiSC®.
This is a 30-minute webinar from 11-11:30am Mountain Time.
Deborah Jenkins, PHR, SHRM-CP; Owner/Leadership Consultant; HR Solutions, LLC; www.hrs-mt.com
Deborah Jenkins, PHR, SHRM-CP, has over twenty years of experience with human resource management, including workforce training and development. She has worked in a wide array of industries and now operates her own consulting, training, and coaching business, HR Solutions, LLC. Her mission is to help business leaders navigate through their workforce challenges. Preparing her to provide successful services and products to her clients, Deborah draws from her experience, knowledge, and ability to personally relate. Her educational background includes a Bachelor Degree in Human Resource Management, an Associate Degree in Accounting, and professional certifications from the Society for Human Resources (SHRM-CP) and Human Resource Certification Institute (PHR).
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Hear experts provide an overview of small business development topics and phone in or type/chat questions or comments. We will follow-up with requests for additional information. All webinars are free and open the public at 11 a.m. and will be recorded and archived.
The Small Business Development Webinar Series is presented in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Montana Small Business Development Centers, Montana State University Extension, Montana Economic Developers Association, the Montana Department of Commerce with additional assistance from the University of Montana and Great Falls Development Authority.