MBTI Step 2 Workshop (Stamford: First)

MBTI Step 2 Workshop (Stamford: First)

WhenSaturday, November 18, 2017 at 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM
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WhereFirst UMC
42 Cross Road
Stamford, CT 06905

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Cost: $60.00
CEUs available

 
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is the world’s mostly widely used personality inventory.  It fosters a reliable description of individual preferences and helps to explain the vision, priorities and actions of people across cultures.  A full day workshop will help individuals understand “type” and the expanded benefit of the advanced (Step 2) facets.  The workshop will focus on individual type in the morning, and applying type in leadership and working with teams in the afternoon. Participants must take the inventory by following the link below. 
 
https://Elevate.cpp.com/Respondent/ReturningUser?tokenId=bf53c6e4-521f-428a-8530-effcc31e8c01
 
The Rev. Dr. Bill Pfohl became qualified to administer the MBTI in 1998 and certified by Consulting Psychological Press in 2005.  He has facilitated more than 50 workshops related to the MBTI.
 
"MBTI Step II is the result of many years of research and observation that began with Isabel Myers' development of the MBTI personality inventory in the 1940s. The basic versions of the Indicator (Form M and the earlier Form G) yield type descriptions distinguishing the sixteen types from one another but offer relatively few clues as to how people of the same type may differ. In adding items that were not scored for four-letter type, Myers' intent was to enable exploration and identification of individuality within each of the sixteen types. She was in the process of developing this aspect of her work more fully at the time of her death in 1980."
 
Excerpted from MBTI® Step II Manual: Exploring the Next
Level of Type Within the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Form Q