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MBTI Understanding Personality in Research

24th November – Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Understanding Personality in a Research Environment

This is an intensive all day workshop provided by Dr Sonja Tomaskovic from the Research Development Programme. 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 how you operate, how others operate, and how you can use that understanding to get more from yourself and the relationships you have with others. This workshop is led by a qualified MBTI practitioner and will involve taking 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.

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