How to Place Personality Types in Your Organization

  • Dates: Dec 08 2021 - Dec 08 2021
  • Location: Audience: All Collegiate and Alumni

Join us for this session on Wednesday, December 8 at: 

9 p.m. Eastern
8 p.m. Central
7 p.m. Mountain

6 p.m. Pacific


Famed Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung created a theory of psychological types to categorize people in terms of their primary modes of psychological functioning.  Learning and understanding these personality types and how they work together have many real-world applications including workplace environments.  Veteran trial attorney Eddie Stephens will describe these various personality types, how they can be strategically placed for optimum performance for your organization (work, volunteer, social), and how to anticipate and deescalate conflicting personality types. 

About the Presenter:

eddieEddie is an equity partner in Ward Damon, PL, where he leads the family law department and manages community relations for the firm. He is a Board Certified Family Law Attorney who specializes in high-conflict matrimonial law and is also the Director of Legal Education for the Center for Child Counseling, Inc. He has earned the AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell, a professional rating indicating the highest ethical standards and professional ability.

In addition to practicing family law, Eddie is an author, lecturer, and community leader who supports a number of local civic and charitable organizations including Center for Child Counseling, Leadership Palm Beach County, Boy Scouts of America, Delta Sigma Pi, Kibblez of Love, Inc., and Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. His hobbies include cooking, yoga, camping and spending time with his family. Eddie is happily married to Jacquie and has two children, Christopher and Matthew, and they all call Palm Beach, Florida home.

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