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Are you an Upholder, Obliger, Questioner or Rebel? Understanding the Four Tendencies
Start Date: 6/13/2019Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 6/13/2019End Time: 1:00 PM

Event Description:

Do you sometimes wonder how the people around you function? Are you confused by their behaviour and choices? Are you sometimes confused or frustrated about your own behaviour and choices?

This workshop introduces the four tendencies related to how we respond to internal and external expectations. Based on the work of author Gretchen Rubin, this session will not only help you better understand yourself but others as well. Discover your own tendency and how to work with it instead of against it, and learn tips and techniques for how to work well with those who have differing tendencies.

Host

Catherine Mulvihill is a graduate of Laurier’s MBA program with a specialization in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources. She also has a Master of Education with a specialization in Workplace and Adult Learning.

Location Information:
Toronto - Laurier's Toronto Office

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Contact Information:
Name: Danielle Braun
Phone: 519.884.0710 x4683
Email: dbraun@wlu.ca
Audience(s):
  • Everyone (open to public)
  • Event Organizer(s):
  • Development and Alumni Relations
  • Cost:
    Free online session or attendance in Toronto ($5 for pre-ordered lunch in Toronto).
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