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How To Make Yourself Indispensable with Strengths-Based Career Choices

Monday, April 15, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Ingrid Stabb, StrengthsFactors Founder & Co-author, The Career Within You

Learn the secret to becoming indispensable by shaping your career around your natural strengths. Hear from HarperCollins author, Ingrid Stabb, on using the Enneagram StrengthsFactors model, how to communicate your type advantage in the workplace, and how to use your strengths to give yourself an edge.

In this webcast you will learn how to:

  • Make changes to your current or next role to maximize your natural abilities
  • Negotiate with your boss so that you can more regularly play to your strengths
  • Seek the work environment and compensation/benefits that will allow you to excel

According to Marcus Buckingham and research conducted by Gallup, teams in which individuals have the chance to do what they do best every day are 38% more productive, 44% more likely to earn high customer satisfaction scores, and 50% more likely to have high employee retention rates. Take this research a step further to connect how you as an individual can become indispensible to an organization to meet these goals.

This webcast will help you determine your ideal career strategy and then forge the career path that best suits you, making it the ideal kick-off for your next job search, career change, or to find more satisfaction in your current role.

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Ingrid Stabb
Ingrid Stabb

StrengthsFactors Founder & Co-author, The Career Within You

Ingrid Stabb, StrengthsFactors founder and co-author of The Career Within You (HarperCollins 2010), is the leading expert on the application of the Enneagram personality strengths-typing system to talent management and career development. Her book is translated into English, Japanese, Korean and Chinese.

Ingrid holds an MBA from Yale and a BA from Columbia and is former Chair of the Career Management Committee of the Yale School of Management Alumni Association. Her multi-sector management career includes being named #66 of the Top 100 Most Desirable Mentors for Gen Y in 2011, serving on the founding management team of Score Learning Corporation and winning the E*TRADE President’s Award for product development.

She is senior marketing consultant to The Marcus Buckingham Company. Tweet her @ingridstabb.


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