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MBTI

Myers Briggs workshop
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Jaime Conley-Holt

on 17 May 2012

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Transcript of MBTI

MBTI
The goal today:
To help you understand yourself, your co-workers and your clients.
How we organize our lives?
Key Type Concepts
Type is innate
Type can be influenced
Type is observable
Type indicates preference, not skills
How is this going to work?

Knowing your "type" will help you to increase self awareness and
sharpen your perception skills
Where do we get our energy?
How do we gather information?
How
do we
make
decisions?
Career
Relationships
Communication
Parenting
Teambuilding
Teambuilding
Communication
Learning Styles
Leadership
Counseling
The MBTI:
Your Guide to Knowing Yourself and Others
The Golden Rule
E-I Activity
S-N Activity
T-F Activity
J-P Activity
Come up with 3 questions to ask the other group that will help you to better understand your opposite.
Describe....
Explain to a new employee why this is a good place to work.
Plan a staff retreat for you office.
The Golden Rule
Activity: Pick a topic of interest and discuss with your group.

Rules:
1. You must put counter in the middle each time you talk / make a contribution.
2. Once you have used all of your counters you can't talk again until everyone has used up their counters.
Who ran of counters first?
How did it feel when you ran out?
Did the Introverts feel uncomfortable in being forced to talk?
Who talked the longest?
What could have been done differently?
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