Course Description

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) is a nonjudgmental instrument that helps individuals and teams to understand themselves and others in a way that is value-oriented versus evaluative. MBTI provides an indication of preferences. The preferences refer to gathering energy or processing thoughts; being detail-oriented versus big-picture-focused in gathering information; being objective or subjective in decision-making; and being structured or go-with-the-flow in orienting one’s lifestyle. In this course, participants will complete a 95-question instrument and identify a four-letter MBTI type. Participants will receive a personalized report based on their responses.

Objectives

  • Value individual preference types
  • Integrate this information into how we work as a team and with others
    • Conduct meetings more effectively
    • Resolve conflicts effectively
    • Break workflow bottlenecks
    • Further our careers
    • Reduce stress levels
    • Make better decisions
    • Increase communication effectiveness
  • Implement a strategy to build team appreciation and productivity

Benefits

  • A greater understanding of why we do the things we do
  • Techniques for working with other MBTI preference types
  • Understanding of MBTI and team dynamics