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December 19, 1995 | JACK SEARLES
J.D. Hodson & Associates, a Ventura consulting firm, has had its contract with the state extended another year. Hodson is one of six consulting concerns certified to provide development, planning and other management services to state agencies through 1997, according to Dawn Hodson, the firm's president. Hodson also provides training and diversity programs to private clients statewide.
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December 19, 1995 | JACK SEARLES
J.D. Hodson & Associates, a Ventura consulting firm, has had its contract with the state extended another year. Hodson is one of six consulting concerns certified to provide development, planning and other management services to state agencies through 1997, according to Dawn Hodson, the firm's president. Hodson also provides training and diversity programs to private clients statewide.
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September 27, 1994 | Jack Searles
Dawn Hodson, president of J. D. Hodson & Associates, a Ventura management consulting firm, says there are four main behavioral styles in business: * Drivers. "They're direct. They hate indecision. Deal with them by being equally direct and producing results." * Amiables. "They're warm, sincere and loyal, but they hate sudden change. Cooperate with them; don't compete." * Expressives. "They're confident and very verbal. They want to be liked. Don't argue." * Analyticals.
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October 24, 1995 | JACK SEARLES
Dawn Hodson, president of the Ventura consulting firm of J.D. Hodson & Associates, will discuss "Combatting Self-Segregation" at a regional conference of the American Society for Training and Development in Los Angeles next month. Hodson will focus on how individuals and groups in the workplace often isolate themselves according to gender, ethnic background or occupation. "By doing so, many unwittingly undermine their own career opportunities and exacerbate divisions among people," she observes.
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February 9, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Ventura County employers to comply with anti-discrimination laws "have to realize that it's no longer acceptable for them to be led primarily by white males," said Dawn Hodson, president of J.D. Hodson & Associates, a Ventura business consulting firm. Because of dramatic changes in Ventura County's ethnic makeup, employers must make special efforts to avoid continually duplicating the "look" of their work force and executive ranks, Hodson said.
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