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Introduction to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator



Many people assume that all human beings are ruled by the same basic desires, motivations, or instincts.  That assumption leads to considerable misunderstandings between people.  In reality, there are both similarities and differences between people.  The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is an extremely useful and practical tool for achieving the understanding of those similarities and differences of others. 



Increase self-awareness and confirm self-perception
Discover normal differences in people concerning:

  Energy source

   Information gathering

   Decision making

Appreciate the gifts and strengths of yourself and others
Learn how to capitalize on your strengths and the strengths of


Supplement and augment those areas that you may overlook or

those areas that do not come easily to you

Apply the knowledge about personality type



Course overview - Welcome/Introduction/Expectations

  Preference scales

  Effects of each preference in work situations


  Summary and ethical issues

Next steps - Action planning



Employees at all levels.  Class size maximum 24 participants.


Course Length

One full workday, with two 15-minute breaks and 1 hour for lunch.