Which YOU is showing up to work, and should it?  

A case study in predictive behaviors

APICS Tampa Bay would like to invite our members and their colleagues to attend our Professional Development Meeting from 6:00-8:30 PM on Tuesday, March 12. This will be a joint meeting with the Society of Women Engineers.

Our guest speaker is Mrs. Carissa Gudenkauf of KeyInsight Consulting LLC. She will be presenting a case study in predictive behaviors.

We all tend to act based on our beliefs about what is proper or effective in different environments – whether you are aware of it or not.  Depending on who is in the room, you may feel the need to be less dominant or assertive in your behaviors or you may hear your inner voice telling you to be more reserved or more of a “team player”.  This self-concept change can accelerate or limit your (and your team’s) effectiveness.  We will discuss the pros and cons of continuing this approach in reaching the goals you’ve set for yourself, your team and your organization.  Complete the online 6 minute assessment so your case study can be YOU.

Objectives:

  • Identify when you are flexing your natural way of being into a perceived self concept.
  • Practice a different approach the next time you feel the need to temper your natural self.
  • Create an environment where others are motivated to share their talents fully.

 Pre-Meeting Action Item Alert:  By March 9th, complete this assessment (https://assess.predictiveindex.com/VN49Z) to get the full value of this time.

A few quick notes

  • Try to complete the assessment in a quiet place, free from interruption.
  • Take the assessment in one session and take as much time as you need to complete it.
  • Starting the assessment provides explicit consent that your response may be used in accordance with The Predictive Index Privacy Policy

Hit a technical issue? You can reach The Predictive Index Customer Service at customerservice@predictiveindex.com. 

Carissa Gudenkauf of KeyInsight Consulting LLC has 20 years of experience in technical and production workplaces in roles of engineer, manager, business analyst, consultant and trainer.  Carissa earned her Bachelors in Chemical Engineering and Masters in Business Administration from the University of South Florida. She is a certified Process Master, Six Sigma Green Belt and Strategist with MVP Results and the Predictive Index Assessment. Carissa is currently earning her Professional Coach Certification through the rigorous IPEC Coaching program.  She helps organizations make people decisions with a suite of science-based tools in her work with the Predictive Index and helps individuals focus their energy – and get out of their own way – with coaching.

This event will take place at Bonefish Grill in St Petersburg at 5062 4th Street N.

Entrees (Choice of):

Grilled Salmon with mango salsa  

Sirloin 6 oz center cut, perfect medium

Lily’s Chicken Goat cheese, spinach, artichoke hearts
and a lemon butter basil sauce 

All entrees are served with House Salad, Garlic Whipped Potatoes and Seasonal Vegetables

*Alcohol available for purchase

Don’t delay registering for this event as the registration will be closed at 25 guests. 

$37.50 Guests/Non-Members
$35 APICS Members

Date: March 12, 2019
Time: 6-8:30 PM
Event: Which YOU is showing up to work, and should it?
Venue: Bonefish Grill - St. Petersburg
Location: 5062 4th Street N.
St. Petersburg 33703
United States
Public: Public

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