Personality Type (aka MBTI) is a powerful lens that enables you to understand the strengths of your team. Knowing the individual types and group dynamics of your team allows everyone to be more effective, engaged, and energized in their roles.
We offer a comprehensive approach to unlocking the potential of your team. Using a combination of Temperament, Interaction Styles, Team Leadership Styles, and Project Leadership Styles, your team members will be able to tap into their own resources and those of their co-workers more effectively.
What you can expect as a result of learning Your Personality Type:
- Personality Type (aka MBTI) is a useful lens that provides key insight into expectations that team members bring to groups and roles.
Personality Type provides common language for building bridges and creating more dynamic teams.
- When team member will learn their natural Personality Type (1 of 16), you can identify areas for improvement, blind spots where deeper understanding, humor, and a slower pace would be required.
- You can learn ways to access the strengths of your people in daily interactions and strategic positioning of company, team, or department.
- This is a practical and flexible model for making well-rounded decision that encourages engagement and buy-in.
Four lenses of learning & applying Personality Type to group & team development:
Dynamic Team Leadership & Project Leadership Styles act as a complementary system and are best used together.
- Leadership (& Followship) Styles – How we make decisions and how this impacts group dynamics.
- Project Leadership Styles – How we interact with time and deadlines and how this impacts group planning, projects, and goals.
- 8 Essential Questions – Applies your knowledge of group’s Personality Types to a practical and versatile system of inclusion and diversity of all perspectives.
Temperament & Interaction Styles act as a complementary system and are best used together.
- Temperament Styles – Why we do what we do and how it the influences culture norms of an organization.
- Interaction Styles – How we do what we do and how it contributes to potential area of conflict.
We highly recommend that after your team leaders learn about their Personality Type, that they have access to follow-up coaching. They will have questions and encounter challenges as they apply what they learned to their teams. Providing follow-up coaching is the best way to ensure a return on the investment you have made in training and developing your staff.
Personality Type provides rich insights into company culture
- Emerge into more effective leaders and team members.
- Assist fellow employees and team members in identifying strengths.
- Take responsibility for their own professional development and seek appropriate opportunities for their style.
- And maintain a much better sense of humor about themselves and others.
What’s your favorite room in the Personality Type House?
- Have a dramatic rise in collaboration
- Lean into fellow team member’s strengths
- Identify the best leaders for various projects and ad hoc teams
- Develop professionals who want to stay and contribute
- And have a much better sense of humor throughout their daily interactions.
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The MBTI® is based on Carl Jung’s theories on human behavior and development. Developed by Katharine Briggs and Isabel Myers, the MBTI® is now the most widely used measure of normal personality in the world.
MBTI and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator are registered trademarks of Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc.