Led by Todd Kuckkahn, M.S.
In leadership development, a leader must understand how their personality shapes their behavior, opinions, and preferences. The best thing you can do to grow yourself as a leader is to understand your personality. This workshop will help you achieve greater success when you discover your pattern of thinking, feeling, and behaving. When you recognize your strengths and weaknesses, you can give your best as you work with the people around you.
Using the Maxwell DISC Profile assessment, you will explore ways to:
- Discover your behavior style, communication style, strengths, and work style.
- Apply the Law of Awareness to recognize your strengths and limitations.
- Understand how others are different and how-to best work with each personality type.
- Build a stronger team that communicates, appreciates the style of others, and works well together.
Todd Kuckkahn, M.S. has more than 20 years’ experience in nonprofit development. His experiences include membership organizations, social services, three different UW System universities, K-12 Catholic education system, and health care. He is currently the executive director of the Portage County Business Council and an adjunct instructor in the Community and Organizational Leadership master's program at UW-Stevens Point.