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Workplace Engagement Values and Personal Best Zone Assessment and Guides Paperback – November 29, 2011
About the Author
With over twenty five years of accomplished experience, Cynthia is a coach, consultant and trainer for very smart people. She is author of Smart2Smarter- A Coaching Guide for Smart People– The Seven Skills Every Smart Person Needs and Every Employer Wants, along a coaching certification program Social and Emotional Intelligence Workplace Coach. With a Masters in Counseling, advanced studies in organizational psychology, along with advanced credentials as a Master Certified Counselor and Certified Leadership and Talent Management Coach, Cynthia’s passion is to teach other’s how to use social and emotional intelligence to make smarter career and leadership connections. She has authored of over ten career assessment tools. Cynthia works with clients to help them define how they will be successful (best in the world) and significant ( best for the world) throughout their career. She is qualified as a Level C assessment provider, where she is an expert on the MBTI©, FIRO-B©, Strong Interest Inventory, EQ-1 2.0, Emotions and Behavior in the Workplace and various 360 leadership tools. Additionally, Cynthia is qualified to use the Work Profiling System, a job analysis process that creates the ideal job description and then, identifies assessment tools or methods for selection and professional development. Clients include: Siemens Nuclear Medicine, Federal Reserve Bank, American College of Healthcare Executives, Children’s Health System, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Caremark, and Allstate. Cynthia’s keynotes have been well received by medical, educational, pharmaceutical, academia and government firms. Cynthia is a member of Emonet-L, established in 1997, a selected list of international scholars and practitioners interested in researching and applying knowledge of emotions in workplace and organizational settings. Before founding WCI, Cynthia held positions as Director of Education for a hospital system, Regional Consultant for CPP, Inc. (leading provider of assessment such as the MBTI) and Leadership faculty for American College of Healthcare Executives. Cynthia has served her community in various leadership roles - International Board, Association of Career Management professionals, and Field Editor of the National Career Development Association magazine, Career Convergence. She is on the Research team of the Human Capital Institute, and a faculty member of Lake Forest Graduate school.
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