Understanding Yourself and Others Through the
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
When you see differences among people, you may ask yourself, “Why can’t they be more like me?” The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is an assessment to help you understand how you and other people may differ in your preferences for how you relate to the world, how you assimilate information, and how you make decisions. As a result of taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and this seminar about it, you have an opportunity to better understand yourself and others, and to view differences in people not as areas of conflict, but as valuable gifts.
After taking the MBTI, the objectives for this seminar are you to:
- Identify your MBTI preferences.
- Describe differences between your MBTI preferences and those of others.
- Explain how differences in MBTI preferences are beneficial.
- Describe how to view differences as valuable gifts rather than as areas of conflict.