Better Leadership = Better Dollars

As millions of young adults prepare every year to graduate from their post-secondary education institutions, they are not only faced with the start of a new career, but they are also faced with next-level challenges found with multigenerational colleagues at work and personal money management at home. Gary’s, interactive experience addresses these topics in a highly entertaining yet simplistic manner to drive the message home that impactful colleague interaction and personal money management starts with you. Send them on their way with a new perspective on the two areas they will deal with most: colleague interaction and personal money management.



Ever wonder why you do what you do or say what you say? Do you wonder why your team does communicate or acts in a way you were not expecting? The answer is simple, everything we do is driven by fulfilling the basic needs our personality desires.

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The Divide the Room Exercise is designed to do just that. This interactive discovery session is designed to provide your students with a greater understanding of how their personality impacts others, especially in team dynamics. They will learn to recognize certain traits and styles that differ from theirs so they then can communicate in a manner to achieve a higher connection.  They will gain a better understanding of how, in order to improve their environment, they need to help others improve theirs. The results can have a profound impact on their success both in and out of the workplace.


In 2018, the Census Bureau reported that the median household income in the US was $61,937.  That means the average household would bring in over $1mm in 16 years.  However, according to the job search, job recruitment giant Career Builder, 78% of workers live paycheck to paycheck.  Consequently, the room for error is small and financial ruin is looming.

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This interactive workshop addresses the pitfalls and financial traps people fall prey to when managing personal finances. The students will learn how their personality & emotions play a role in their financial decision making and steps to avoid those traps. Attendees will learn the importance of a budget and the tools to build their own. The decisions they make or fail to make can have a lasting impact on their futures. These students may come with questions but they will leave with tools to give them results.

Better Personal Leadership = Better Dollars


College Classroom Setting (1 hr. session ea.)

  • Leadership Class
  • Business Class
  • Communication Class

Graduation Events

College Student Assembly’s

College Business & Leadership Clubs

College Workshop Takeaways:

A complete personality assessment

Identification of your main strengths

Review of keys to excellence (overcoming challenges)

Review of your value in a team environment

Tips on how others can best work with you

Tips for effective communication and presentations

What to emphasize with others

Understanding your motivations and behavior

The value of a budget

How to pay off debt early

Investing for the future

Understanding your communiation style

Understanding your decision-making style

Insights for professional growth

Insights for long-term development

How to lead others

How to relate better with others

Recognizing in-control vs. out-of-control behavior

Representative Client List:


“I am Director from a Cybersecurity professional services firm based out of the Philadelphia area.  As our team grew I knew it was important to engage my team in formal training of different personality types and how to get the most out of diverse project teams.
Gary did a fantastic job of facilitating a leadership DISC workshop with my team.  The workshop was very collaborative and did not feel like we were being presented to which can result in people losing interest.  Everyone was engaged during the entire workshop and I saw a lot of lightbulbs going on across the room as to acknowledging that 1) different personality and work types exist and 2) interacting with these different personality and work types require different techniques.  Several people came up to me or e-mailed me after the workshop to tell me how much they enjoyed it and thought it was a beneficial exercise.
Gary’s clear communication style, enthusiasm around the topic, and energy he brings to the room made him a great facilitator and someone I would recommend to any organization looking to train their employees in leadership skills.”
Carl Angeloff | Security Risk Advisors

“Gary is an outstanding communicator.  He is able to articulate concepts and facilitate dialogue in ways that are engaging and that lead to actionable takeaways that make a real difference.”

Jim Stout | President Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation 

“Funny, entertaining, yet educational. A great presenter and fund workshop for any size organization.”

Paula Bracken | Howard Hannah Realtor

“Loved the content. It was interesting and insightful. I am looking forward to using it with both my stand and clients.”

Shannon Sottile | Mosaic Wealth Consulting

“It really opened my eyes to why I had difficulty with some co-workers. It was a real ‘ah-ha!’ moment.”

Linda Mitchell | Downtown Indiana

“Not only did Gary help me better understand myself, but he helped me better understand how to find and build value with other personalities. I am looking forward to applying this to my personal & professional life.”

Alexis Blose | GCES




Gary Arblaster's systematic process to each challenge allows his clients to DISCOVER the areas that hinder growth & performance, ANALYZE the answers found within the weeds of discovery, and ADJUST their approach that enables them to spark the fuel for growth.

Better Leadership = Better Dollars

Arblaster Consulting's passion for teaching and empowering people to lead themselves to build confidence in their own financial decision-making often contributes to increased quality of life and opportunities for growth.

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