Friday, July 8, 2011

What Exactly is Emergenetics?

Have you ever wondered why your spouse thinks or behaves the way he or she does? What about your children? How is it that two children living in the same household with the same parents can be totally different? What about your boss or coworkers?

Next week I will talk about the personality differences between your child and his or her teacher (I’ll talk about your spouse and co-workers later). Everything that I write will be based on Emergenetics.

However, some of you reading this blog post, particularly those of you who have not been through one of our many Emergenetics workshops, might be asking the question: What exactly is Emergenetics?

The founder of Emergenetics International, Dr. Geil Browning, writes in her book, Emergenetics: Tap Into the New Science of Success, "Who you are today is a result of certain characteristics that have emerged from your life experiences, plus the genetics with which you were born...this interplay between nature and nurture is Emergenetics.” Personally, I believe Emergenetics is the best self-awareness and team building workshop around.

As of today, 980 people have taken the Emergenetics profile assessment through the Pastoral Institute.

Our Emergenetics client base includes the following:

Columbus State University Servant Leadership Students
Hardaway High School, Columbus, Georgia
Fairview Park Hospital, Dublin, Georgia
Schuster Enterprises, Columbus, Georgia
Meadowlane Elementary School, Phenix City Alabama
Synvous leadership Institute
Sumter County Elementary School, Americus, Georgia
Sumter County Board of Education, York, Alabama
Presbyterian Church USA, Louisville, Kentucky
Alabama Community Colleges Association, Montgomery, Alabama
Grady Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia
Gardens at Calvary, Columbus, Georgia
SERRG, Columbus, Georgia
HPRC, Columbus, Georgia
Johns Creek Baptist Church, Alpharetta, Georgia
Columbus Housing Authority, Columbus, Georgia
Columbus Consolidated Government

I have also had the privilege of conducting this workshop for families, which is always fun and can prove to be quite interesting.

As I conclude, I would like to remind you to join me next week (read yesterday's post) in my five-part series, “Hey, Ma, She Just Doesn’t Like Me; Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Your Child Just Isn’t Keeping Up.”

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