Self-awareness forms the basis of confidence and comfort in communication and interactions with others. Understanding how your work and communication styles affect you and those around you can help you build smoother, more productive relationships.
This workshop is based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Step I), a psychological instrument that helps people identify their personal preferences in how they relate to and communicate with others, take in information, make decisions and organize their work. It’s the most widely used instrument of its kind in the world, and is based on the personality types originally identified by psychologist Karl Jung.
Before the workshop, participants fill out an on-line questionnaire. During the session through a variety of activities and games, they learn how their psychological preferences affect their own behaviors, relationships and interactions with others. Participants also review the psychological functions MBTI is based on, and interpret their questionnaire results.
Who This is For
Anyone wanting to increase communication skills or build good working relationships. Also good for developing teamwork, understanding client relationships, as well as general personal and professional development. Essential for young leaders.
Sample Workshop Program
Options according to needs:
Duration: 1 day
Language version: English
Number of participants: max. 15
Number of trainers: 1