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understanding leadership via personality types

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Anahi Mendoza

on 25 July 2017

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Transcript of understanding leadership via personality types

Step 1: So... Are you an Introvert or Extrovert?
Test time!

What is MBTI?
Why does it matter?
Test time!
How does this affect you?
Historical Background
Developed by Katherine Briggs (mother) and Isabel Myers (daughter) (1940s)
Most widely used personality indicator in the world
Administered to 1 to 3 million people each year (NCSU College of Management)
Designed to assess psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.
How does this affect you?
Your personality type does NOT explain everything; there are few simple answers to human beings.
There are GREAT variations within the 16 personality types.
This assessment in no way attempts to assign: -IQ, Psychiatric disturbances, Emotions, Stress, “Normalcy”, Maturity, Illness,•or Affluence.
Knowing YOUR personality type allows you to:
Feel good about who you are
Identify your strengths
Identify your areas of growth
Develop better relationships
Accept people who are different from you
Knowing the personality type of OTHERS:
Improves communication- you know where they are coming from
Make the most of each member of the team
What is an MBTI?
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is an indicator that is believed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.

The indicator is commonly used in many different business-oriented settings, including:

Leadership development—
deepens leaders’ understanding of their personality type and the types of others
give more meaningful feedback, and improve individual and team performance.
increase your own self awareness
learn about differences in people's personalities & yours
come up with ways to capitalize on your strengths and the strengths of the people you interact with
identify areas for improvement in your leadership development
to appreciate your individual gifts and what makes you unique!
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