Gain a better understanding of how personality type affects decision making, communications, and work relationships.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) is considered the most widely used personality assessment tool of its kind. It focuses on four distinct preferences of personality: how you are energized, how you prefer to take in information, how you prefer to make decisions, and how much structure you prefer around you.
Understanding Personality Types in the Workplace Using MBTI® helps managers, supervisors and professionals to strengthen their management, coaching, leadership and conflict management skills by learning the basics of type theory and personality preferences. This seminar uses a hands-on, practical learning technique with participants working through a series of worksheets activities, discussions, and case studies.
This is a module in the Professional Communication Skills Program.
Managers, supervisors and professionals who want to strengthen their management, coaching, leadership, and conflict management skills.
The module includes MBTI® focused learning to help participants:
Continuing Education Contact Hours: 7
Ada Shave is a Senior Consultant with Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette, a Human Resources consulting firm based in Halifax. She also maintains a consulting practice in the St. Johns area.
Ada has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels at Memorial University and holds certificates in Reality Therapy and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing. Ada specializes in using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, a personality type indicator, to assist businesses and organizations in such areas as leadership, team building, selling and effective communication.
Ada holds an undergraduate degree in education and a masters degree in educational psychology.
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