Team Building  - MBTI

About the Program

Learn to identify and deal constructively with different personality types using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI┬«). The Myers Briggs Type Indicator provides a spotlight to help people in organisations understand themselves and their behaviour, appreciate others so as to make constructive use of individual differences, and see that approaching problems in different ways can be healthy and productive for a team.

In this program, participants complete a MBTI┬« questionnaire, learn how to interpret the results, and then apply this knowledge by engaging with personality types that are similar and different to their own. Preferences are also analysed to discover and appropriately manage potential areas of strengths and weaknesses within the team. By recognising personality type, individuals within the team will be better equipped to approach communication and problems within the team in different yet healthy ways.

This program has been designed and is facilitated by Organisational Psychologist, Vicki Carter

Who should attend

This program will assist teams to build an understanding and appreciation of different styles within the team, facilitate self-awareness and reflection, to improve team communication and interaction.

What will be covered

  • Explore individual preferences and differences in personality 
  • Reflect on the effect of personality style preference on communication and problem solving approach
  • Identify ways to use differences constructively to build a more effective team 
  • Learn to appreciate others so as to make constructive use of individual differences
  • A team analysis of collective strengths and weaknesses.

Pre-program requirements

Participants are required to complete an on-line MBTI questionnaire prior to the program. A MBTI profile report will be distributed to participants as part of the program.

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