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NeuroColor Personality Assessment Information Session

Join our Diamond Sponsor, CEO and Co-Founder of NeuroColor, David Labno, MS and Catherine Hambley, PhD for a 1.5 hour FREE session on the NeuroColor Personality Assessment. 

Most personality tools available on the market today are based in linguistic or behavioral studies. Participants will learn about a new methodology of personality assessment based on and created from the biological sciences, then validated with fMRI as published in PLOS ONE by Dr. Helen Fisher.

Peer-reviewed research in genetics, pharmacology, neuroscience and other medical fields connect a segment of personality with biology that shows traits clustered in a similar fashion. Findings will be discussed, including the four broad brain systems that each link to a constellation of specific personality traits, origins at Match.com and evolution as a business and coaching tool. Case studies will be presented in the energy, healthcare and human services sectors. Examples of personality patterns in specific fields will be provided. Examples of how assessment results have impacted teams and organizations will also be shared.

Advisory Board + Certified NeuroColor Consultant

Dr. Catherine Hambley is a psychologist with nearly 20 years of experience in helping others achieve effective and lasting change; build new skills; and overcome obstacles to success. For NeuroColor, she serves as a strategic and innovative business partner, providing solutions for nonprofits as well as Fortune 100 companies in healthcare, transportation, tech, and other industries.



Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder

For more than 20 years, Dave Labno has been a consultant, speaker, and trainer in the personality-tool space. In addition to consulting for federal and state governments, his clients have included many large multinational companies and small businesses.


NeuroColor is a Diamond Sponsor of the 2023 SCP Annual Conference. 

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