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Greater Raleigh NAWBO Offers Opportunity to Discover Individual Effective Communication
Kerry Ahrend will offer insight and a better understanding of oneself and others on November 19th.
By: Greater Raleigh NAWBO
Would you like to connect with clients and colleagues more effectively?
The DiSC system looks at four basic styles of thinking, feeling and acting in a specific situation knows as the four temperaments. The four DiSC dimensions of behavior are dominance, influence, supportiveness and conscientiousness. The assessment helps one work and relate more effectively with other as one becomes aware of the four temperaments. The knowledge you gain from DiSC assessment can be used to:
improve interpersonal communications
connect with co-workers and customers more effectively
enhance individual and team performance
better understand how to lead, motivate, and inspire your team
reduce destructive conflict
get better results
For more than 17 years Kerry Ahrend has worked with individuals and organizations to increase skills and competencies and help them meet their challenges with confidence. She has travelled extensively throughout the U.S., Canada and internationally, assisting Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, non-profits, and small entrepreneurial companies with all types of project management and leadership development needs. Ahrend has a Master's Degree in Human Resource Management along with other certifications, and is a speaker, trainer, and coach with the John Maxwell Team. She works with professionals and those in transition to assess their skills, strengths and core competencies. Ahrend is also the founder of College2Career Academy, an on-line coaching program to help college students navigate college, careers, and community while discovering their passion, purpose, and path.
“The experience Kerry has in pulling out strengths and skills in an individual complements the mission of NAWBO,” said Cohen. “This is a great opportunity for members and guests to successfully learn and apply their greatest attributes to inspire themselves and their connections.”
Approximate time to complete the DiSC is 30 minutes plus time for scoring and some Q&A. The instrument will be administered promptly at 10:15 am, so please plan to show up a few minutes early to get situated. You must register for the assessment and luncheon online by Friday, 11/7/14, in order to take the written assessment.
(On-line assessments are also available at a slightly higher cost. If you are interested in taking the assessment on-line please contact Kerry Ahrend no later than November 10th. You can email Kerry at ACTII-PMP@att.net or reach her via phone at 919-801-6152.)
For more information or to register for the event, visit https://nawbo-
About Greater Raleigh NAWBO:
Founded in 1978, Greater Raleigh NAWBO propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide. Thirty-five years later, NAWBO is still the only organization dedicated solely to representing the interest of women entrepreneurs in all industries. The organization’