Whether you're actively looking for new work, or preparing yourself for a future job change, it's important to know that people are increasingly being asked to illustrate their transferable skills and how they fit into the corporate culture of prospective employers. By understanding your own preferences, and comparing them to the needs of the employer, you are more likely to find a “fit.” This understanding will also help you with your current job, if you are actively employed, by enabling to you assess your fit with the culture of your team, department and organization.
So how do you assess your own style? Or the style of the employer?
Fortunately, you don’t need an advanced degree in organizational psychology to figure this out. There are clues to look for and questions you can ask that will help you determine that information. Attend this program to learn how!
By attending this session, you will learn:
- How to identify your primary behavior style
- How to determine the culture of an organization (not just what’s on their webpage!)
- Factors that determine the primary organizational style (and whether or not you are a fit)
About the Speaker:
Theresa Hummel-Krallinger is a well-respected corporate trainer and performance consultant, but it’s her work as a humorist and motivational speaker that sets her apart. Known for her lively and interactive presentation style, she is a frequently requested speaker on topics of employee morale, professional development, performance improvement and workplace communications. Her experience as a professional stand-up
comedian enables her to add fun and humor to her consulting and training work.
No stranger to the corporate world, Theresa brings over 25 years practical business experience. Currently President of High Five Performance, Inc., she is highly regarded for her ability to help organizations implement meaningful performance enhancement processes that improve morale and achieve financial results.
Previously, she served as the US Director, Organizational Development & Training at Almac Group as well as having served in an executive leadership role at Prudential Financial.
She graduated from the prestigious leadership development organization, Women Unlimited in New York City, where she currently serves as a mentor to rising female leaders. With certifications in Human Resource Management, Behavior Styles training/coaching, Instructional Design, Adult Learning, and Technical Writing, Theresa has a broad array of business tools and educational experience from which to draw. She is a member of the non-credit faculty at Temple University, where her course, “What’s Your Point?” is part of their project management and leadership certificate programs.
Theresa is the Past President of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of ASTD (American Society for Training & Development) and is the Past President for a local club of Toastmasters International. She was appointed to serve as a member of National Advisors for Chapters in ASTD. She has been published in several professional journals and is writing a book.
Theresa is proud to work with progressive thinking leadership teams to create places where people want to work!