The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) course is designed to provide participants with a deep understanding of personality types and how they impact individual behavior, communication styles, and work preferences. The course is based on the renowned MBTI assessment, which helps individuals gain insight into their own personality preferences and those of others. Through this course, participants will enhance their self-awareness, improve interpersonal relationships, and optimize their performance in various personal and professional settings.
This program is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and how it can be used to improve communication and relationships. Participants will learn how to identify their own personality preferences and those of others, and gain insights into how these preferences affect their interactions and teamwork. This workshop is designed for individuals who want to determine their personality preferences and further understand how preferences can be leveraged for effective and efficient teamwork.
The MBTI course utilizes a combination of theoretical instruction, experiential learning, and interactive activities to facilitate an engaging and insightful learning experience. Participants will explore the theory behind the MBTI assessment, examine the various personality dimensions, and learn how to apply this knowledge in practical situations.
The course incorporates self-reflection exercises, group discussions, case studies, and role-playing activities to encourage participants to explore their own personality preferences and understand the preferences of others. By actively engaging in these activities, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the different personality types and how they influence communication, decision-making, and problem-solving.
There are no specific prerequisites for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) course. It is designed to accommodate individuals from various backgrounds and professions who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of personality types and their impact on personal and professional interactions. There are no specific prerequisites for this course. However, it is recommended that participants have some prior knowledge or experience in coaching or leadership.
Introduction to the MBTI and personality types
Understand the history and origins of the MBTI
Understanding the four dichotomies: Extraversion vs. Introversion, sensing vs. Intuition, Thinking vs. Feeling, Judging vs. Perceiving
Learn about the 16 personality types and their characteristic.
Understanding your personality type
Explore the strengths and potential weaknesses of your personality type
Discover how your personality influences your communication style and decision-making
Strengths, weaknesses, and preferences associated with each type
Identifying the personality types of others
Develop skills for identifying the personality types of coworkers, friends, and family members
Learn how to tailor communication and teamwork strategies to accommodate different personality types
Building effective relationships and teamwork
Understand how to work more effectively with different personality types
Develop strategies for resolving conflicts and improving relationships
Enhancing communication and collaboration in teams
Upon completion of the MBTI course, participants can expect to achieve the following outcomes:
- Identify their own personality type and how it influences their behavior and decision-making
- Recognize the personality types of others and tailor communication and teamwork strategies accordingly
- Develop effective strategies for building strong relationships and resolving conflicts
- Improve overall communication and teamwork skills in personal and professional settings.
- Technical aspects of the MBTI assessment, including reliability and validity.
- How MBTI preferences combine dynamically to add depth and understanding to personality differences.
- Practical, ethical, and effective uses for the MBTI assessment in business, government, the military, educational institutions, and beyond.
The MBTI course incorporates interactive labs that allow participants to apply the concepts learned in practical scenarios. These labs involve group activities, role-plays, and case studies where participants can explore how different personality types interact, communicate, and collaborate.
In these labs, participants will have the opportunity to work with peers, analyze real-life scenarios, and practice adapting their communication and problem-solving approaches to accommodate diverse personality preferences.