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Tue 16 Sep 2014
14:00 - 17:30

Venue: Department of Engineering, Lecture Room 12

Provided by: Department of Engineering


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Engineering: MBTI Workshop

Tue 16 Sep 2014


The post-doc committee is proud to present this workshop for research staff, to be held in LR 11 on Tuesday 16th of September, 2-5.30pm.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the most widely used personality instrument worldwide, based on over 50 years’ research and development. It presents a framework for understanding yourself and others and how you can use that understanding to develop personally and our relationships with others.

This workshop is run by Katie Hewitt, a qualified MBTI practitioner, and will include:

  • completion of the MBTI questionnaire
  • investigating the four areas of preference covered by MBTI
  • self-assessment of type with group exercises
  • looking at your best fit type and investigating how it could help you at work.

Learning about your personality type can help you to understand your role within your team and the role of others. It can also help you to cope with organisational change, deal with stress effectively and develop your emotional intelligence.

Target audience
  • Research staff at the Department of Engineering

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Tue 16 Sep 2014   14:00 - 17:30 14:00 - 17:30 Department of Engineering, Lecture Room 12 map Katie Hewitt
  • Workshop

2pm Introduction to MBTI – what do we mean by type and preference

2.15 Discovering self-reported and reported type - the 4 preference pairs in detail

2.30 Extroversion/Introversion

3pm Sensing/Intuition

3.30 Thinking/Feeling

4pm Judging/Perceiving

4.30 Finding your best fit and Type Dynamics

5.00 Taking today forward

5.30 Close

  • One half day session

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