Do you delight in planning and taking action?
Do you revel in facts and data?
Do you crave new ideas and experiences?
Do you feel more complete when you are around others?
Create a culture of innovation by having your team run through this interactive session. Personality Poker® is an engaging way for teams to create a culture of innovation by giving employees insight into their work style and blind spots.
Created by Stephen Shapiro, more than 100,000 people in Fortune 500 companies in 29 countries around the world have played Personality Poker® to drive innovation and high-performing teams. Ted Riter is authorized to lead Personality Poker® sessions. Ted will lead a fun group exercise that helps you identify your work style, provides insight into how others view you, and helps you identify who you should partner with at work.
During the session, you will learn how you contribute to innovation, how you detract from innovation and who you should partner with to maximize your contributions at work.
Feedback from previous sessions:
How likely are you to recommend this session to a friend or colleague? (Scale 1-10)
9 / 10
What did you enjoy most about the session?
"Session was interactive and engaging. Confirmed my personality type and gave insight to why I clash with other types."
"The practicality of the content and being immediately able to apply it in my thinking.
Better understanding around different archetypes and how they function"
"Getting more self awareness. Thought provoking."
"The visual of the four suits and the characteristics of each."
"Ted was an excellent teacher."
"Fun class, good pace."
"The interaction with classmates. Analyzing who / how you work internally."
"Learning more about myself and others. Identifying personality traits."
"The chart that identifies type of people."
"Great workshop! Learning, self-awareness, engagement and energy."
"Seeing / hearing how people responded differently to prompts / questions based on their suit. Very tangible."
For over 25 years, Ted Riter has guided individuals and organizations through times of significant change and crisis. Today, his work also includes ensuring a crisis never occurs in the first place.
Ted has led small and large congregations and non-profits through organizational redesigns, staff transitions, and strategic plans.
As a rabbi, he has had intimate access to people’s lives as they achieved their highest purposes and plummeted to their lowest depths. He has a deeply sourced ability to meet and embrace people where they are in life and to accept them in all of their humanness. Because of the challenges and opportunities he faced in his own career in leadership, he is most interested in the health and well-being of today’s leaders.
Ted’s unique gift is his ability to blend modern thinking with ancient wisdom, to meet people where they are in life without judgment, to light a path for others to see their own greatness, and to hold others accountable with compassion. Ted’s motto for working with clients is “I get you…and I’ve got you.”