Making the shift to working remotely can be challenging. Some have been doing this before, but not under these circumstances.
Thursday, April 16, 10 am - noon Pacific Time
This course is for anyone who wants to empower themselves with the tools to move forward. In this mini-course you will...
Explore the four Interaction Style patterns and your own style
Identify the superpowers you can use when working remotely
Explore the upsides and the downsides of each Interaction Style when making the shift
Learn some ways to overcome the challenges for your own style
Identify ways you can support others
This mini-course consists of about 30 minutes of required pre-work before the 2-hour interactive live session starts. If you have to miss the interactive session, it will be recorded and posted in the course platform.
Since It is important for you to have a sense of which Interaction Style pattern fits you before we dive deeper into the topic of working remotely, we have also included online learning modules for you to review.
- Purchase the Quick Guide to Interaction Styles and Working Remotely, 2.0. Note: We will also reference pages in Understanding Yourself and Others, An Introduction to Interaction Styles, 2.0
- Complete the required lessons in the course platform before the session starts. The required lessons will take about 30 minutes. There will be other optional lessons.
Please join us in this highly interactive and informative mini-course.
Linda Berens and Stephanie Berens
About the instructor
Linda V. Berens
Linda V. Berens serves as co-founder of InterStrength, lead architect of certification, model development and transformational change programs for InterStrength. She is a human and organizational development practitioner who has been teaching professionals since 1982 as well as helping individuals and teams recognize their strengths, transcend their weaknesses, and work more efficiently together. After founding Temperament Research Institute in 1983, a corporate consulting and training organization dedicated to individual differences, she turned her attention to developing a more complete and integrated look at individual differences through the Integral framework. Linda is recognized internationally for her theoretical contributions to the field of psychological type and for developing user-friendly training materials for practical application of understanding individual differences.She is the author or co-author of multiple books and training materials.
In addition to holding a license as a California Marriage and Family Therapist and a doctorate in psychology, she also holds certification as a Holacracy Facilitator and in Integral Transformative Leadership from Pacific Integral and the LIOS Graduate College at Saybrook University.