Self-awareness at work | online | Tue 18 Oct at 16:30

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Self-awareness at work | online


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"You can spend time, effort, and money working hard on developing your weaknesses, and eventually, you will possess an extremely well developed set of weaknesses.”

Understanding one’s own strengths, areas for development, as well as those abilities and skills that are beyond reach is key to achieving success as an employee, manager, or leader. The first step in knowing where your career can go is understanding what comes easily to you, what you can develop, and what you need to rely on others for. Various methods for enhancing one’s self-awareness as it applies to work and career will be addressed.

About Michael Klein:

Michael Klein has been a workplace consultant, advisor, speaker, and writer for over 20 years.

Dr. Klein advises and coaches individuals, partnerships, teams, boards, and organizations. He regularly assists with issues related to the impact of individual traits, competencies, motivators, and differences in guiding decisions, professional/career development, managing conflict, and driving business results.

Michael also works with business advisors in gaining insight into client personalities, values, motivators, and emotional style. His programs assist advisors in understanding client roadblocks while simultaneously helping clients enhance their own effectiveness as leaders and through business transitions. He facilitates workshops on topics including succession planning, family business careers, and applying personal and professional strengths in the workplace.

Michael is a Haverford College and Rutgers alum, and lives in western Massachusetts. He holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), and the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology (SIOP). For additional information about Dr. Klein and his work, go to


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