Metro DC ATD July Workshop - Learn to make the most of every interaction through the Emergenetics experience!

  • 11 Jul 2017
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • UVa Northern Virginia Center, 7054 Haycock Rd, Falls Church, VA
  • 27


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Emergenetics is an assessment that identifies how people think and behave. Developed through years of psychometric research, the Emergenetics Profile accurately measures three behavioral attributes (Expressiveness, Assertiveness, Flexibility) and four thinking attributes (Analytical, Structural, Social, Conceptual). Join Mary Kate Allee, MPH Consulting Principal at NACCHO, for this engaging professional development workshop that will increase your awareness about thinking and behavioral preferences; understanding about how people respond to various management and leadership situations; knowledge on how to build stronger teams and deliver well-rounded thinking to projects; and, help you tap into your personal success factors for a more rewarding career.

“Emergenetics provides the lens for team members to see each person as an individual who brings uniqueness to their job and the team.” – Emergenetics Client.

Mary Kate Allee joined NACCHO in June 2010 and is the Consulting Principal. She manages the day-to-day operations of the consulting team, collaborates with internal and external partners, and analyzes and evaluates the team projects. Her work at NACCHO has focused on strategic planning; tailored technical assistance to health department employees and their partners; and catalyzing local public health system transformation in the post-Affordable Care Act world. Mary Kate trains local public health system partners in coalition and consensus building, data collection, strategy development, action planning, and evaluation. She has trained over 500 representatives from local, state, and tribal health departments on partnership building and community mobilization.

Prior to joining the NACCHO staff, Mary Kate was the Clinician Outreach Coordinator at the National Abortion Federation (NAF), a professional association of abortion providers ensuring safe, legal, and accessible abortion care. Prior to working at NAF, Mary Kate taught and developed a young adult GED curriculum for a 20-student classroom at the Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC) in northeast Washington, DC. Mary Kate fostered seven local partnerships to implement community-driven campaigns for an 800-unit apartment complex.

Mary Kate earned her master’s in public health from Boston University School of Public Health with a social and behavioral sciences concentration in 2010. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science and women’s studies from Guilford College.