Webinar: Maximizing Talent: Yours and Your Team!

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October 8, 2020
12 - 12:45 PM CT

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You may have taken the Myers Briggs or the Disc assessment or Strengths Finders test or any variety of other personality / character – but do you understand yourself from your own Instinctive Traits?  Come and learn why understanding yourself and your team from your most basic primal place of instinct can tell you more about how to easily identify and leverage each person’s most natural talents to unlock productivity and joy for yourself, your work and with your family!


Featured Panelist:

Amy Bruske, a Principal and President of Kolbe Corp specializes in HR consulting and leadership development, she is one of the company's three Senior Master Consultants and is also in demand for executive coaching and team building for a wide range of businesses around the world. Amy recently published a book on successful family owned businesses.

Amy was named the Small Business Owner of the year by the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), Phoenix Chapter in 2012. Amy is also Chairman of the Board for Kolbe’s non-profit arm, The Center for Conative Abilities which focuses on research for health and education initiatives. She is a committee chair for the Board of Directors for NAWBO, and a member of the Women Presidents’ Organization, the International Women’s Forum (Arizona chapter), and the Strategic Coach Program.

Amy has mentored countless business leaders over the years. She is currently focused on formal mentorship programs for women business owners and is a community panel member for the Young Entrepreneurs’ Academy.Although born in Argentina, Amy considers herself an Arizona native. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Loyola Marymount University. She is married to Jim Bruske, a retired professional baseball player now working in real estate and has two very active children to keep her busy away from the office. Amy is an avid reader and enjoys keeping fit and dedicating time to children’s causes.