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Jan 17, 2013
Making Sense of Workplace Personalities
through Advisicon

Please register for this class to attend, cost is $349-399.

People read you constantly and they read into what you say and how you say it – this can be a good thing and it can work against you. In this first in the series workshop you will gain insight into yourself and then others perception of your unique style. You will never look at anyone the same way again. This workshop introduces the DiSC behavioral styles, a 23 page personal assessment and ways to identify others preferred method of communication approaches. This workshop consistently brings huge “Ah-ha’s” – always a winner!

This workshop series is based on the DiSC® behavioral styles – an easy way to learn to work with personalities. DiSC® training provides a straightforward and proven path to self-understanding. DiSC® is a widely used and well researched non-judgmental approach to working with others. It helps people value differences, deal more effectively with conflict, and improve performance.

Bring your whole team and learn

  • The four major behavioral styles & how to quickly identify them
  • Each style’s preferences in communication & areas of focus
  • How each style controls communication
  • Responses that work
  • To maintain control in managing self and others under stress
  • Stop the impasse using proven ways to interact with differing behavioral styles.
  • Practice appropriate and respectful interactions that build confidence.
  • Receive valuable coaching in a safe setting.

Pricing includes $75 management or workplace profile and workbook $47 value.

This class can be registered for on the Eventbrite event listing.

Mar 31, 2016
Exercise your creativity & collaborate with your community!

Join The Creative Roundtable for our first Creative Challenge of 2016: The "March Mad-Lib" Creative Challenge

Our creative challenges are designed to help you exercise your creativity in new ways while collaborating with the community.

A $25 participant ticket gets you (buy one here):
• Access to a treasure trove of creative supplies (woo!)
• Admission to the pre and post networking activities
• Light refreshments and snacks
• An opportunity to bond with your community

When: March 31st, 6-9pm at DeskHub Portland

If you want to participate in the creative challenge, you MUST purchase a $25 + fees ticket through EventBrite. An RSVP through will only allow you admittance at 7:30 pm.

Attending as a audience member admits you at 7:30 pm to view the presentations of the creative challenge and an opportunity to network and connect with your local creatives. An RSVP on meetup will count as your ticket.

> Participant tickets are limited, get yours soon by clicking this link!

Don't hesitate to drop us a line if you have questions!
Jehn & Jena!
Co:Founders of The Creative Roundtable

- Thank you to DeskHub for always being amazing to us and letting us use your space!
- A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Scrap PDX .
Apr 24, 2017
BrickStorming LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®.
BridgePort Brew Pub

What's more fun than LEGO bricks? How about using LEGO bricks at a Portland BrewPub amongst other Portland business leaders, innovators and problem-solvers?

Come network and learn about and experience LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®.

LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY is a facilitated thinking, communication and problem solving technique for use by businesses, non-profit organizations and boards, basically any team that needs a new way to overcome challenges. The vehicle is the specially selected bricks and the guided conversations that create free and honest idea exchange.

Dive into the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® technique with Association of Master Trainers Certified Facilitator, Kristen Klassen, Ph.D. The evening will include insight into the LSP theory and a hands-on LSP experience, as well as the opportunity to network with Dr. Klassen, LSP facilitators and other Portland-area professionals who want to build their teams and businesses through a unique process that encourages people to "think through their fingers".

$65.00 includes a drink, networking and expanding your thinking with LEGO bricks!

Jan 10, 2018
Portland Tech Leadership Meetup - January's Portland Tech Leadership Happy Hour
Breakside Brewery - NW Slabtown

I've officially been holidayed! It's been too long since we've had a meetup on the calendar, but that is about to change.

January's Portland Tech Leadership happy hour will be here before you know it. Open topic. New members always welcome!

Where: Breakside Brewery - NW Slabtown 
1570 NW 22nd Ave, Portland, OR 97210

When: Wednesday January 10th, 2018. Soft start at 5:30pm. Goes until we are ready to stop talking. Hope to see you there! 


PS- new topics are always welcome. If you have a great happy hour topic please send me note and I will try to get it on the calendar.

Aug 3, 2019
Rappel for Her 2019
200 Market Building

Be Bold! Rappel for her: the strong, smart, bold girls in our community on August 2-3rd at 200 Market Street, Portland. Spots are limited. Grab yours today by registering to raise $1,000 for Girls Inc. PNW!

Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest inspires girls ages 6-18 to be Strong, Smart, and Bold. Every day, we push our girls out of their comfort zones through our gender-specific and research-based curricula. Now, in honor of the 2,200 girls that we serve annually, we are asking our community to be bold as well by rappelling 17 stories down the 200 Market Street building! The event is 100% safe, and being hosted in partnership with our friends at Over the Edge USA.

Apr 2, 2020
DevOps Simulation Workshop
University of Portland (Bethany Campus)

This highly interactive, instructor-led simulation is a high-impact, energetic way to accelerate understanding, involvement, and acceptance of DevOps and Agile, Lean, ITIL® best practice in your organization. It helps accelerate the adoption of DevOps across the enterprise, while successfully turning DevOps opponents into advocates. By helping to clearly communicate the DevOps case for change, it creates shared understanding and commitment towards Development and Operations working together as a high-performing team. This unique experiential learning approach causes breakthrough understanding and transforms learning into an engaging, fun, and memorable shared experience.


The DevOps simulation experience is a role-based workshop, focused on the software development and deployment lifecycle. The simulation is highly realistic, and leverages game dynamics to empower cross-functional teams with a shared vision of successful DevOps practices. Participants from a variety of disciplines are immersed into a simulated environment whereby they are challenged to release new products while internal and external forces continually change. This realistic approach delivers a level of tension and excitement that creates an ‘A-HA!’ moment for all involved.


Accelerated understanding of the benefits of DevOps best practice to large audiences

Rapid familiarization with DevOps terminology and Agile, Lean and ITIL v3 processes

Understanding of how DevOps best practice can facilitate alignment of IT to business objectives

Understanding of DevOps practices that can be executed with immediate effect

Dec 8, 2020
TiE Women: Functional Working Session on Team Creation
Zoom Meeting

Join us on Tuesday, December 8th at 2:00 PM for Functional Workshop Tuesday where CEO of Monsoon, Robin Jones will lead a discussion on Recruitment & Team Creation.

Come prepared with a case or a challenge you are dealing with regarding Recruiting. As a group, Robin will moderate a discussion and answer questions to help you work through the issue at hand.

Please note - this is a working sessions where participants work together to solve pressing issues that are blocking them from taking their company to the next level.