After completing the MBTI profile and receiving a personalized report, many people have an initial burst of insight and awareness. Over time, that first impression can change, and people may want to explore their preferences in more depth. This workshop revisits the basic concepts of the eight preference types and then provides opportunities to explore the preferences in more detail.
The two advanced topics are:
- Managing Conflict
After this training, you will:
- Gain fresh insights into the eight MBTI preference types (Extraversion or Introversion, Sensing or Intuition, Thinking or Feeling, and Judging or Perceiving)
- Develop strategies to enhance your relationships with people who have preferences different from your own
- Apply your knowledge of the MBTI preferences to workplace situations and relationships specifically focusing on leading individuals and teams, and on managing conflict situations with coworkers
Participants attending these sessions are expected to have completed an MBTI assessment and attended an Introduction to MBTI training.
This session is a professional development opportunity open to all staff and faculty.
Dates: December 9th, December 16th (must attend both sessions)
Deadline: Registration for this session closes on December 4th at 4:00pm
Presenter: Stephen Butler, Butler Associates
Participants may be asked to complete some pre-reading and to identify specific situations they want to discuss during the training.