The purpose of the Myers-Briggs Training session is to provide participants with a new framework for self-awareness as it relates to personality type, career choice and diversity. Participants will have the opportunity to identify their own personality type through an instrumentation based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. The 16 different personality types are based on preferences for interacting with the external world; Extrovert/Introvert, Sensing/Intuitive, Thinking/Feeling, and Perceiving/Judging. Following the instrumentation participants will explore implications of personality type in relation to career choices, stress management, communication styles and work styles.
Brisky, Lara; Arabajieva, Mila; and Roncesvalles, Maria, "Myers-Briggs Training" (1998). TDEL Training Projects. 112.