Audience: Management teams, managers,
supervisors, teams, work groups
Goal: Participants determine their
best-fit Myers-Briggs Type and learn to use Type to communicate
more effectively and to manage themselves and others during change.
Description: The Myers-Briggs Type
Indicator (MBTI) is a valuable tool in many situations. Perhaps
your work involves managing people; working with clients and customers
or students and faculty; or participating on a team. Possibly
you've noticed how easily you get along with some people and that
it's more difficult to find common ground and communicate effectively
with others. Maybe you've felt how differently people react to
change, even positive change, and wanted to make changes go more
smoothly. Or perhaps you've tuned into the times you've acted
in ways that were unlike yourself, and wondered how to bounce
back quickly. If any of this sounds familiar, this workshop is
People who have used the MBTI know what a difference it can make
in their ability to work well with others. A first step is ascertaining
your own Type and evaluating its associated strengths and challenges.
The second is discovering how to get a perspective on others'
Types and what that means for your effectiveness, and theirs,
and how you work together. Learn how to apply Type in different
situations to enhance your performance and that of your staff.
||Understand the basis of the MBTI and determine best-fit
||Assess one's personal response to change using the MBTI
||Learn specific language to support people during change
||Expand communications skills and style to reach understanding
||Discover how Type affects response to stress and how to