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Introduction to MBTI: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator


Tue 24 May 2016, 10:00am–4:00pm

Where: Millennium Hotel, Corner Eruera & Hinemaru Streets, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $798.50 ($795.00 + $3.50 fees)
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The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator more commonly known as MBTI is the world's leading psychometric questionnaire with approximately two million assessments done every year. MBTI helps people understand the complex world of personality behavioural preferences. People perceive and interact with the world in different ways and it's the lack of understanding this type of behaviour that creates misunderstandings between people.

An understanding of MBTI will help you employ techniques that will raise your level of self-awareness which will allow you to handle difficult situations such as stress and conflict far more effectively. An introduction to an MBTI course will also show you how to adapt your behaviours and communication in order to improve your motivational, leadership and team building skills

An introduction to an MBTI workshop will provide you with an understanding of psychological type as well as your own MBTI profile.

What to expect:
Learn the basics of human behaviour
Receive your own MBTI profile report
Identify areas of strengths & development
Learn to identify psychological type in others
Understand how MBTI is used to improve team dynamics
Improved self-awareness

The Facilitator
Mark Wager has twenty five years of managerial experience across a variety of roles in NZ and in the UK, most notably as a Broker Sales Manager in a London Finance House. Mark is regarded internationally as one of the world's top leadership experts. A certified MBTI practitioner, a member of the New Zealand Association of Psychological Type and published Author of two leadership books.

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