International Coach Federation – Long Island Chapter (ICF-LI) Presents:
AN ASSESSMENT OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENTS: WHAT COACHES SHOULD KNOW
Date: Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Time: 6:30 pm-9:00 pm
Speaker: Kirsten Mosier
Continuing Education Credits: 1.5 ICF CCU Pending
TOPIC: With over 2500 personality tests on the market today, how do coaches choose the best assessment to help their clients? This presentation will discuss some of the most commonly used assessments in use for coaching today; The Myers Briggs (MBTI), the DiSC, Strengthsfinder, the Hogan, and Adept15. Research from independent, peer-reviewed journals will be presented, with pros and cons of each test. Insights from these type of assessments can be extremely useful in coaching people to become aware of their behavioral tendencies, and ultimately, helping them choose to react in different and more productive ways.
If you pre-register for this ICF-Long Island presentation by May 11, Kirsten will provide you with a complimentary link to take the Hogan Assessment online (a $400+ retail value), including the opportunity to meet one-on-one with Kirsten for a personal debrief of your Hogan results.
*Disclaimer* Kirsten currently works for Hogan, but wrote this presentation years before she started working there. This presentation is for the educational benefit of the audience and is not a sales pitch.
OUR PRESENTER – Kirsten Mosier is a consultant at Hogan Assessments. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development from Cornell University. Her career has ranged from underwriting property insurance to running a wine accessories business and a women’s clothing business. A few years ago, she rediscovered her love for psychology and enrolled in Hofstra’s Masters of Industrial/Organizational Psychology program. She has since done Business Development and Consulting work for Mercer-Sirota and has taught statistics at SUNY Old Westbury. Click here for more information.
To register go to www.icf-li.com. The early bird fee for Full Members and Associate Members is $30 (if paid by 5/8/18) and $40 after that. The early bird fee for non-activity paid Affiliate Members is $40 in advance and $45 after that. The fee for non-members is $45. A light dinner will be served. For more information and reservations contact Ronit Hakimi at: email@example.com.
In 1997, ICF-Long Island, Inc., The Long Island Coaching Alliance was founded as a chapter of the International Coach Federation by a group of executive, business, and personal coaches. It was incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in 2001.
The founding coaches developed ICF-Long Island, Inc. as a means of creating:
- support for one another
- a forum for professional development
- community outreach programs
ICF-Long Island, Inc. coaches are dedicated to partnering with individuals, groups and business that want to make effective changes.
ICF-Long Island, Inc. members are coaching professionals who offer a range of coaching specializations including:
- ADHD coaching
- Business coaching
- Career coaching
- Divorce coaching
- Executive coaching
- Leadership coaching
- Life coaching
- Mentor coaching
- Relationship coaching
- Retirement coaching
- Transition coaching
- Workplace coaching
ICF-Long Island, Inc. Executive Committee:
Marc Miller- President
Maribeth T. Kraus – Immediate Past President
Mindy Stern – Public Relations Director
John Little – Membership Director
Lois Cooper – Directors of Programs, Education, and Professional Development
Ronit Hakimi – Treasurer, Director of Corporate Compliance
Joshua Lissauer – Secretary
ICF-Long Island Board 2016
BACK L to R: Joshua Lissauer, Marc Miller, Mindy Stern, John Little
FRONT L to R: Maryann Hennessey, Lois Cooper, Maribeth Kraus, Ronit Hakimi
Our Mission is to:
1. Educate the Long Island (LI) community and create a strong market for coaching here on LI.
2. Provide ongoing support, tools, and networking opportunities to our members.
3. Help our members achieve their goals.
International Coach Federation Core Purpose
To advance the art, science and practice of professional coaching.
It is the immediate goal of the ICF to take our organization to the next level and become a strong (and unified) voice for the coaching profession and provide ever-increasing value for members.
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