SPE-GCS Cont. Ed: Taking Stock of Your Career – A Whole-Person Perspective for Engineering Minds

Program Summary:  Taking Stock of Your Career – A Whole-Person Perspective for Engineering Minds

 Job transition may prompt attendance, but anyone seeking to shape their future and find greater work satisfaction should enroll.

Why/What:  Take a time to explore insightful questions and envision possibilities ahead in your work and life, with your SPE colleagues.  Transfer the learning back to unlock positive change.  Learn a simple system for staying on-purpose

Where/When:Sign up must be completed a week in advance to allow completion of complete a pre-assessment (the 16pf®) *.

How: We will explore powerful questions, delve into insights from a self-assessment test, and even consider whole-person wellness.  “Powerful questions create a resonant field into which our own thinking is magnified and clarified, and new motion can be created (Peavey).”  What have you learned from your past experiences and what can you envision next? What is being asked of you, professionally and personally? Where are you now and where would you like to be considering work, life and your wellness? What about your gifts, growth areas?  What resources and life practices will keep you on track?  

Take away: Walk away from the program with insight into what’s next and foundations for moving forward.  Brainstorm resources and build your network with your SPE colleagues.   

*Over 70 years of scientific research have identified 16 stable, fundamental building blocks of personality.  The 16 Personality Factors (16pf®) will provide deep insight into your strengths and patterns such as relating to or influencing others, self-management, and decision-making.


Participants complete a 16pf® online assessment in advance of the session by April 19th and bring your assesment to the sesion.  Contact Kim Kristensen-Lee at kim@labyrinthleader.org with questions.

Location: Houston Training Center
10777 Westheimer Road Suite 1075
Houston , Texas 77042

Date: April 24, 2018, 9 a.m. - April 24, 2018, 3 p.m.