Team-building with the MBTI (Myers-Briggs)
or MTRI (Management Team Roles Indicator)
"This has been one of the best training/development sessions I've ever been on. Very constructive, positive and relevant". Participant in team-building with MBTI.
The successful fulfillment of a project or process depends on the ability of the members of the project team, both inside and outside the organization, to work well together. If your organisation is small, it may consist of one team depending on each other to fulfil the organisation's aims.
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator personality profile enables individuals to understand their own preferences for focussing on information, approaching projects and making decisions, and enables team members to understand how best to work with others who have different preferences. A team-building event based on the MBTI helps the team to understand how to work better together, the nature of their team profile, and where the strengths and weaknesses of the team lie.
The TDI (Type Dynamics Indicator) and MTRI profiling system (Management Team Roles Indicator) is based on the same personality theories of Carl Jung as the MBTI and provides individuals with similar four-letter type profiles. It differs in providing an extra questionnaire to identify which of eight pre-defined roles individuals tend to use most in working in a team and how this is likely to affect the team's focus, strengths and weaknesses. It can be particularly useful when the whole team needs to assess whether they need to change tack in their strategy. The eight roles which can be identified for individuals and the team are: clarifying, conducting, activating, exploring, harmonising, analysing, innovating, campaigning.
A half-day session provides individual profiles and understanding of strengths and weaknesses in the team's ability to work together. A full day's activities can be tailored to the needs of your particular team.
Please contact us with your needs to obtain a no-obligation proposal.