Two days ago I attended a workshop hosted by Ernst and Young, a company that is on my list of places I may like to work. The event was a positive experience. At the workshop, there were six employees from E&Y. Four of the six were alumni from Lehigh that graduated not too long ago (anywhere from half a year to four years). The other two employees were recruiters and the ones I assume where in charge of the workshop. They introduced themselves and then proceeded to give a presentation on communication styles. The four styles were supporter, analyzer, controller, and promoter. We all took quizzes to determine our own communication style. My style was in the middle of analyzer and controller but veered a little more towards analyzer. We then participated in a group activity where the four communication styles grouped up and created a slogan for their communication style. Our slogan was “we’re still thinking…” because of the tendency of analyzers to over think things. Another nice thing was that there were “goodies” like pens and earbuds (there was also a first aid kit for some reason). I think that the experience was worth it, and I would definitely go to similar events.
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