Location: Downers Grove Public Library: 1050 Curtiss St, Downers Grove, IL 60515
NO CHARGE for this event.
Pat Lurvey and Gail Valentine present an overview of the EQi 2.0 Instrument. They will cover the 5 composite areas and their subscales. We will discuss some tips on giving feedback and areas where the instrument can be used. This is an overview of the instrument and its uses, not a feedback session.
If you wish to take the EQi 2.0 Instrument and have it interpreted, please contact Gail or Pat outside the meeting.
The Downers Grove Public Library is at 1050 Curtiss St Downers Grove, IL 60515, and is within walking distance of the Downers Grove Metra station. Parking is on the street, in the lot north of the library, or in the parking facility at Mochel Dr, just off Curtiss St, east of Main St.
Location: TENTATIVE: Downers Grove Public Library: 1050 Curtiss St, Downers Grove, IL 60515
Participants will need to purchase StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath where they will find a code at the back of the book to take the online assessment to identify their top 5 strengths as defined by Gallup’s research. Participants will gain the most if they know their MBTI type.
Several weeks prior to the meeting, participants will receive articles that compare and contrast the two instruments. Meeting discussion will allow time for participants to reflect on their own results, and for the group to share insight they’ve gained from the readings.
Peggy O’Connor is an organizational change management consultant who has a keen interest in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Gallup StrengthsFinder 2.0. Throughout hercareer, she has worked with leaders and employees to engage and prepare people for change, resolved conflict by improving communication, and achieved results by aligning talent to the challenge.
Location: DePaul - O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr, Room 207, Chicago, IL (the building is on the NE corner of Bryn Mawr and EAST River Road.)
"Type" as we know it, has revolved around measurement using the MBTI. But type itself is so much more than that. What we call 'functions' are our GIFTS as humans. They are essential and deep, yet abstract. Together we can improve our understanding of their strength and importance, and that could be a major benefit, not just for us practitioners, but for all people.