By the time one reaches middle management, most professionals have participated in dozens of talent development programs. Such programs largely focus on developing leadership capabilities and most certainly include numerous individual assessments regarding one’s style or type, all designed to hone self-awareness. Yet, substantial evidence now suggests that often well-intended efforts designed to improve self-awareness may in fact be the very activity that is undermining and stalling real development. In this interactive webinar, Dr. Rubin will discuss recent research surrounding self-awareness in individuals and teams and ways in which I/O practitioners can help stakeholders more productively promote self-awareness including developing a language for talking about various types of assessments and interventions.
Knowing and doing learning objectives
• Explain the relationship between objective ability and self-rated ability
• Differentiate the concepts of self-knowledge and self-awareness
• Diagnose a situation requiring improved self-awareness
• Develop action plans for talent development programs targeting improved self-awareness
A recording of the program and presenter slides will be shared with all paid registrants following the event. Ticket pricing is for individual participants.