Brooke Albright

Name

Brooke Albright

Bio

In honoring temperament theory as a platform for understanding, I am an ENTP. Keirseyian temperament was a transformational gift and helped me process the question who am I? Before temperament my answer would have been…weird, I am really weird. I thrive in developing and creating: ideas, concepts, improvements to organizations and systems, I cannot help but to see things, ideas, and people as works in progress, with the inherent potential of expansion, advancement, and refinement. Passionate, I love to delve into the depths of intricate topics like team dynamic and organizational change in various contexts. I am at my best when I am developing new knowledge and testing the possibilities of principles. I spend vocational time within sales organizations in corporate America working with doctors and treatment teams in healthcare to evolve the patient experience and (re)define what it means to treat human beings with empathy and compassion. It has been my experience that positive change begins with the individual. In answering my soul’s call, I am pursuing a Ph. D. in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute exploring topics intimately tied to individuation, complex theory, Self realization, temperament theory, and spirituality. Additional topics of fervor include: Program planning, implementation, and evaluation. Medical ethics. Healthcare epidemics. Communication. Research on empathy and compassion. Temperament and complex theory as positive change agents.

Location

Menifee, CA, United States

What draws you to the STIA conference?

The possibilities. The topic. Positive, lasting, sustainable change. Connection. The community.

What are you hoping to experience?

My intention is to soulfully show up, explore the potentialities inherit within this platform and cultivate meaningful connections with like hearted, similarly minded people.

What are you most passionate about?

Transformation and positive change within the individual, and as a result, within groups and organizations.

How do you see transformation occurring from this conference?

I see a shift in perspective as the birthplace of transformation. Eager for the shift.

What’s your bigger vision?

To impact positive change, a change that respects uniqueness, promotes differentiation, and honors our connected oneness.

What needs to happen for you to evaluate this STIA+ experience as a success?

Connection. Inspiration. Transformation.