This workshop uses Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) as a basis to explore individual MBTI® preferences, helping us to identify and understand our preferred ways of working, and adapting to the preferences of those around us. Recognising our own preferences, and the preferences of those around us is key to understanding how to lead authentically and consciously. You do not need to have attended a MBTI® workshop previously.

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Description

This workshop will consist of discussion, exercises and self-reflection, to assist you in:

  • gaining personal insight into your MBTI® Type preferences
  • understanding other's preferences and enabling you to adjust your style as appropriate
  • understanding the impact of different Types within your team.

The outcome

At the end of this session you will be able to:

  • understand and describe the 4 “dichotomies” of MBTI®
  • describe your own preferences
  • identify ways to use differences constructively
  • identify the different strengths of others through their preferences
  • identify which preferences that you might need to flex when working with others

Pre-Work

Prior to attending this workshop, you will need to complete a Myers Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment. You will be provided with an Interpretive Report, which will be used throughout the workshop. 

Target Audience

Any individual who wants to:

  • expand their MBTI® understanding
  • increase awareness of individual preferences
  • improve his/her awareness of others’ preferences and how to use differences constructively
  • ·understand which preferences may need to be flexed. 

Presenters

Stephen Drain 

Stephen Drain is a Partner in Consulting who consults in leadership development, working with organisations and senior leaders to develop authentic and innovative leadership development solutions.

For the third year Stephen is running a modular leadership programme for a large local government organisation with a focus on authentic leadership.

Stephen facilitates to ensure learnings are retained and that participants engage in the manner that suits their preferences. He is a qualified MBTI Administrator and a Chartered Member of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (with specialisation in Development, Training and Learning).


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