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MTBI Personalities for Leaders and Business

WHAT IS THE MYER-BRIGGS (MBTI)?

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality test, typically based on psychological attributes and is used to determine differing strengths and types of personalities in a workplace or other setting. The questionnaire’s battery of tests can provide insight into the subject’s perception, decision making, leadership skills.

 

Myers-Briggs tests borrow from psychologist Carl Jung’s theory of dominant psychological functions: sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking. The theory suggests that these functions color how we approach solving problems (approach, think about (analyze) and deal with (or take action on)).

 

Business owners know their organization’s biggest line item expense—and most valuable asset—is its people. According to Forbes (2015), about 80% of Fortune 100 companies rely on these types of tests to build stronger, more effective teams and healthier organizations.  Among some of the business applications are:

•Assembling Teams

•Facilitating Communication

•Motivating Employees

•Greater Efficiency, Lesser Conflict

•Leadership Development

COURSE OBJECTIVES

1.Understand the foundations of personalities (especially Myer Briggs) and most effectively use this Model

2.Find out your personality type with a Self-Assessment

3.Understand yourself and your working style, as that of people around you

4.Learn how to manage the team with different MBTI personalities

5.Master the process of Strategic Problem Solving and Maximizing the Strengths of each of your Team for Change

Create an action plan to capitalize on MBTI knowledge

COURSE DURATION:     

One day training program.

 

CERTIFICATION:     

Nikao Consulting internal certification of course attendance

 

TARGET GROUP:   

Managers

METHODOLOGIES:   

Active Lecturing, Accelerated Learning techniques

Videos

Exercises, Activities and Games (related to content)

Self-evaluation assessments

Systems and processes

Observation and Coaching

Brainstorming and team discussion

Problem solving practices

Action planning

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