What Does PXT Measure for You? Come Hear 'Dr. Hope' Give Us Her View - Friday, February 26th - 8:30-10:30 AM - (near Streets at Southpoint mall in Durham)
Hope Hills, PhD, of Circle Consulting Group will be presenting from her favorite set of assessments - The PXT and Pathways Planner from Profiles International, which has recently been bought by Wiley. The PXT is an excellent instrument for hiring, succession planning, team development and management coaching. It includes assessments of learning styles, key behaviors, and interests. The PXT is also the base for the Pathways Planner, developed for career and transition coaching. She will present how she is uses the Pathways Planner and review the methods for understanding and using the learning, behavioral and interest segments with clients. She became connected with Profiles when it was recommended to her for having the best 360 (Checkpoint 360) which she has been using successfully for over 20 years.
Hope has been successfully engaged in helping C-suite executives and High Potential Leaders and their teams become measurably more successful since 1991, when she joined Farr Associates, in Greensboro. She started her own consulting business, Circle Consulting Group, LLC in 1998. She has coached at least 24 CEOs and owners in Fortune 50-100, Non-profit, and Family businesses.
She has led a number of non-profits and taught in three Doctoral programs in Counseling Psychology: University of Missouri, Wisconsin and Marquette. At Missouri, she founded the Multicultural Counseling Program and International Students’ Organization. One of her Korean students (1990) recently asked her to come to Korea to speak. That resulted in a trip to S. Korea and China this past October. Her last teaching “gig” was in the MBA program at Marquette University teaching Organizational Behavior.
On a personal level, Hope has had 9 foster children and adopted one of them. She plays the cello and has been married to a symphony French Horn Player for 18 years (after meeting on Match.com!!) She was the president of the Durham Symphony and is a published author. She and Dave live in Durham with their cat, Snickers and dog, Lexi.
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).