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Exploring personality – The gifts of neuroticism


Exploring personality – The gifts of neuroticism


January 19


07:00 pm - 08:30 pm

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Kulturutviklerne and Pracsys

Most of us have an automatic negative reaction to neuroticism, but in this webinar we will look at the upside of neuroticism in our lives.

Neuroticism, just the mention of the word makes most people want to run in the opposite direction, but what are the positives to being a bit neurotic? Like all other traits, neuroticism has a crucial function to play in our lives.

In this 90 minute workinar we will look at the positives of the personality trait called neuroticism. We will look at it from two models, NEO and Lumina Spark, and make a case for the need of a little neuroticism in our lives through examples from art and science.

Here is what participants have said about this workinar:

“absolutely brilliant – as a neurotic – I am so grateful”

“The webinar left me with lasting impressions from the art and music included. It was a beautiful and unexpected part of the talk.”

“I thought your different styles complimented each other and some humour is always great in a workshop. It just makes it easier to listen to and engage. And sometimes brings to life what you’re talking about.”

Join us for 90 minutes of play, exploration and reflection!

Who are we?

David Barnard brings nearly 30 years experience of advising major companies around the world. He specialises in helping senior leaders and their teams build organisational resilience, especially when facing change or major disruption. He knows that there are no limits to the progress we can make if we adopt the right mindset.

Per Nordahl works as a sparring partner to leaders and organisations supporting them in issues relating to leadership, culture and how to make these aspect come together in support of creating performing teams and realising strategies and goals.

Hope to see you there!



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