The Value of Being Different

Bruce McCormick
The Value of Being Different

Worship Leader: Kris Kines
Accompanist: Dr. Gary Smart

As a continuation of his previous talk about the Jungian approach to personality, Bruce will go further by validating the evidence of the value of “different” — discussing real experiences resulting from knowing people and what they bring to the table.

About our speaker:
Bruce McCormick has over 25 years of experience using a personality profiling assessment based on Jungian psychology as an organizational development resource. According to Bruce, typing organizational leadership teams can identify issues that can lead to conflicts among team members. Knowledge of the existence of conflicting personalities can (in mature people) result in eliminating the natural conflicts that can negatively influence business success. This knowledge of personality types can also be beneficial in many applications beyond the business world. It can also help reduce conflict and promote understanding in any group, family, church or other organization.

Bruce is a graduate of Cal Berkeley, who has escaped the politics of that venture and has completed all the course work for a Masters in International Relations from American University. He is a retired Navy Captain serving as an aviator for 28 years.  And if you promise not to throw things at him, he might tell you of a unique job that he had with a fairly famous person.