- Lumina Spark personality profile
Lumina Spark personality profile
Lumina Spark Personality Profile
Time: 1.15 - 4.30pm
CPD Value: 3 Credits
Cost: Member £165 + VAT | Non Member £230 + VAT
(cost includes your Lumina Spark profile)
Do you want to increase your self-awareness, reveal your hidden potential and cope better in stressful situations? This half day class will provide you with a fascinating insight into your own personality and behaviours.
Using the Lumina Spark personality profiling tool will help you to understand how your personality may shift between home life, work life and when under pressure.
N.B. You will be required to complete an online questionnaire, the cost of which is included in the course fee, to receive your 61 page personal profile document. You will not be able to attend this class without committing to completing the online questionnaire before the session
- Better understand your own personality and behaviours
- Recognise the very different but complementary qualities that your team display and understand your colleagues better as a result
- Explore how your personality may shift between your home life and work life
- Be more aware of the behaviours that jump out from time to time, and how to manage them so that they do not de-rail your career
Presented by: Kevin Fish, Owner, Contemporary Club Leadership
Kevin has over 20 years of experience in the Club Industry. A former Club Manager at the Glen Golf Club in North Berwick (1999-2008), Kevin was named the UK Golf Club Manager of the Year in 2004. He was in the first group of Europeans to be awarded the CCM (Certified Club Manager) qualification in 2008. Kevin went on to work for the National Governing Body for golf in Scotland (SGU) for 7 years, leading a team providing support to hundreds of Scottish Golf clubs.
As the Chairman of the CMAE Education Policy Board Kevin was responsible for bringing Management Development Programme (MDP) education to club managers in Europe. He regularly tops the presenter charts at MDP events whilst sharing his knowledge of Club Governance, Business Planning, Committee Politics, Customer Service and Professional/Personal Development, as well as addressing the annual CMAA World Conference of Club Management more than a dozen occasions.
In 2014 Kevin became the first European to be invited on to the CMAA Committee for Professional Development, the body that oversees the curriculum and qualifications for the club industry across the globe.