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Breakfast to Business


Breakfast to Business is a quarterly program presented by LSU Executive Education, which is housed in the LSU Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute. The aim of the program is to provide timely, practical information and solutions regarding current business topics that affect the Baton Rouge community from a local, regional, and national perspective.


Upcoming Program
 

Building Self-Awareness with the DISC Behaviors Assessment
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September 1, 2015
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
LSU Business Education Complex, Room 1420

Overview

It is common practice in business to build teams of diverse strengths and talents. Often, that diversity of skillset is accompanied by diversity of personality, which, if encountered blindly, can lead to conflict, team dysfunction, and low morale.

This Breakfast to Business will utilize results from the DISC Behaviors Assessment (you will have the opportunity to purchase and complete the assessment during the registration process) to help you identify your individual behavioral habits, and to leverage your results to effectively interact with coworkers across the spectrum.

The DISC assessment helps you to better understand how you make decisions, how you influence others, how you view change and how you view rules and procedures. This self-awareness is critical in being a more effective, understanding, and insightful team member and leader. The DISC assessment helps you to better understand how you make decisions, how you influence others, how you view change and how you view rules and procedures. This self-awareness is critical in being a more effective, understanding, and insightful team member and leader. Click here to register.

Instructor

Michelle is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resource, a Certified Professional DISC Motivators Analyst, a Certified Professional DISC Behavioral Analyst, and has over 20 years of professional work experience in the field of Human Resources. Michelle’s research work on disaster management of human resources and workplace implications resulting from disaster was published in 2007.

Michelle has taught Leadership, Employment Law, Diversity, Human Resource Management, Needs Assessment, Creativity and Innovation, Training & Development, and Principles of Management courses at Louisiana State University and Southeastern Louisiana University. 

Michelle possesses a Ph.D. in Human Resource Education and Workforce Development from Louisiana State University, a Masters of Business Administration from Louisiana Tech University and a Bachelor's in Speech Communication from Louisiana State University.

Fees

  • DISC Assessment and Registration fee: $70 per person*
  • Registration fee only: $25 per person*

* LSU Students, staff, and faculty, members of SCORE, LTP, LBTC, and the Center for Emerging Technology may register at a reduced rate of $60 for the DISC and registration, or $20 for registration only.

Past Programs

Entrepreneurship panel, Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week

Lisa Traina, Cyber Security: Minimizing your Risk

Heather Esposito, Are you LinkedIn?

John Georges, Tales From a Serial Entrepreneur

F. King Alexander, Looking Beyond My First 30 Days at LSU

Aaron Dirks, Train to be a World Class Entrepreneur

Karleen Green, The Affordable Healthcare Act

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