Myers Briggs Training
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) workshop equips NIH employees with a unique perspective to assist with personal tools for better self-management, communication, and relationship management. When you understand your Myers-Briggs type preferences, you can approach your own work in a manner that takes into account your tendencies for managing your time, solving problems, working with others, making decisions, absorbing and delivering information, and even responding to stress and conflict. Knowledge of type can help you handle adjusting to the culture of the place you work, participate on teams, and cope with change in the workplace. In preparation for the workshop, participants will be given an MBTI Step I assessment ahead of time to complete at least one week before the class scheduled date.
Ask us about MBTI Step II - a more comprehensive look at personality for MBTI Step 1 graduates, now available at the NIH Training Center!
- Overview of Jung's Personality Theory and MBTI
- Exploration of the 4 dichotomies and 16 personality types
- Individual participant assessment results
- Verified or "Best Fit" Type
- Type Groupings/Subsets
- Type Within Your Organization
- Type Dynamics
- Strategies for Communication and Contributions
|Start Date||End Date||Location||Cancellation Deadline||IC Price||Register|
|Thu, 09/26/19, 9:00am||Thu, 09/26/19, 12:00pm||Building 45 - Natcher Conference Center 45 Center Drive - Room 1014 (NT1)||Thu, 09/05/19||$239||Register|
Contact me when additional offerings for this course are scheduled.