MBA-P Prospective Students: Happiness Connection Workshop
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Willamette University Portland Center
1120 NW Couch Street, Suite 450
8:30am: Sign in, get settled, enjoy breakfast
9:00am - Noon: The Happiness Connection Workshop
The Happiness Connection: An MBTI® and Happiness Advantage Workshop for Today's Professionals
If you want to…
- Find ways to better enjoy and flourish in your career
- Improve your professional and personal relationships
- Overcome the negativity around you
- Sincerely know how to be more optimistic
- Learn how to use your natural tendencies for happiness and professional success…
...then The Happiness Connection is for you!
Knowing yourself and how to pursue your happiness are keys to your professional success. Join us for a 3-hour workshop where you will complete the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator® profile and identify your type preferences as it relates to your professional and personal lives. We will then connect your preferences to the power of the happiness advantage and provide simple steps you can take to create a positive and optimistic mindset in today’s world.
**There is no cost to attend but registration is required*
The MBTI® assessment is a powerfully versatile solution that has helped millions of people around the world better understand themselves and how they interact with others. It has also helped organizations of all sizes address their needs, from team building, leadership and coaching, and conflict management to career development and retention.
The happiness advantage is extracted from Shawn Achor’s book, "The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology that Fuel Success in the workplace." Shawn has become one of the world's leading experts on the connection between happiness and success. His research on happiness made the cover of Harvard Business Review, his TED talk is one of the most popular all time with over 4 million views, and his lecture airing on PBS has been seen by millions. Shawn teaches for the Advanced Management Program at Wharton Business School, and collaborates on research with Yale and Columbia University.