CBODN 'In The Know' Book Discussion - Virtual Session Only
Topic: Four Tendencies
Description: This session is an interactive discussion around the key principles and applications of “Four Tendencies.”
During her multibook investigation into understanding human nature, Gretchen Rubin realized that by asking the seemingly dry question "How do I respond to expectations?" we gain explosive self-knowledge. She discovered that based on their answer, people fit into Four Tendencies: Upholders, Questioners, Obligers, and Rebels. Our Tendency shapes every aspect of our behavior, so using this framework allows us to make better decisions, meet deadlines, suffer less stress, and engage more effectively.
More than 600,000 people have taken her online quiz, and managers, doctors, teachers, spouses, and parents already use the framework to help people make significant, lasting change.
The Four Tendencies hold practical answers if you've ever thought:
- People can rely on me, but I can't rely on myself.
- How can I help someone to follow good advice?
- People say I ask too many questions.
- How do I work with someone who refuses to do what I ask—or who keeps telling me what to do?
With sharp insight, compelling research, and hilarious examples, The Four Tendencies will help you get happier, healthier, more productive, and more creative. It's far easier to succeed when you know what works for you.
Facilitator: Mary Power
Bio: Mary Power is an Executive Leadership Coach focusing on CEO’s and senior leaders in the nonprofit arena. She also consults with nonprofits on team effectiveness, conflict management and organizational agility and resilience.
**Registration required in advance to help us design the best experience for on-line participation. Thank You!
In-Person Venue: Not available for this month as the Book Discussion will only be held virtually.
Virtual Participation: Zoom link and/or dial-in info is included in the registration confirmation email.
Cancellation Policy: Event follows federal Office of Personnel Management policy and decisions. If federal government is closed, event will be canceled.