Myers Briggs assessment and career info offered by NWTC, USMC veteran
GREEN BAY – Veterans can learn a little more about themselves and their interactions with others through an upcoming seminar and personality inventory at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
Seating is limited and filling fast for two Dec. 2 sessions of Myers Briggs Type Self-Assessment and Career Workshop for Veterans. NWTC Veterans’ Services in collaboration with the Wisconsin Veterans’ Services-Green Bay office will offer the special Myers Briggs Type Indicator Workshop designed specifically for Veterans.
This Workshop will be held in Room SC128 of the Student Services Building at NWTC-Green Bay on Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014. Parking in campus parking lots F & G is highly encouraged.
For veterans who are interested in attending, there are two steps:
Step 2). Register to attend either the morning or the afternoon sessions
There will be a light lunch served from 12:00p-1:00p. Participants are welcome to stay after the morning session or come before the afternoon session and share lunch.
This event is open to all Veterans and is designed to help you...
Understand your personality preferences and identify opportunities for improvement and growth
Appreciate differences between people and relate to family members, co-workers and acquaintances better
Identify strengths and potential weaknesses for your career search process
John Koehler has over 20 years of experience conducting Myers Briggs Seminars for industry, nonprofit groups, and school systems. John spent his career with several Fortune 100 companies including Fort James, Kraft Foods, and Sara Lee. Currently he is president of HR Solutions LLC and is an adjunct instructor with Concordia, Cardinal Stritch, and Phoenix Universities. John is a disabled USMC John is a disabled USMC Veteran himself and active in many Fox Valley Veteran Organizations.
Typically a workshop like this would cost up to $150 per attendee, but in an effort to help Veterans better understand themselves and their interactions with others, this seminar will be provided free of charge. Each attendee will receive a 3-5 page personalized report on their individual MBTI type as well as other handouts outlining tips and techniques to help you become a successful team member.
For any questions regarding this workshop, please call John Koehler at 920-858-3310.