16 Types in the Workplace
I’ve started off 2016 with a lot on my plate. I earned my Foundations of Dialogue Education Certification while also facilitating several MBTI® and FIRO® workshops. It has been a fun and busy way to get the year going, and I don’t see it letting up. That’s a good thing!
In a recent training I was asked by a participant, “Which four preferences contribute most to an organization?”
Interesting question I thought, before answering, “Any preference can contribute to an organization, and any preference can present challenges.”
The question, “What do each of the 16 four-letter types bring to the workplace?” has led me to my next series on type.
If you are looking for an exclusive thought leadership event to further your MBTI training, check out our upcoming 2016 MBTI® Users Conference. Registration is now open. I’ve already heard from a few of you who have signed up. I look forward to seeing you then!
Want to read more about my experience at the 2015 MBTI® Users Conference? Check out my last blog series:
- Is It Over Already?
- I’m Next! Part 2
- I’m Next!
- MBTI® Tool and Influencing—The Power of the Mental Processes
- Connecting with Food and Drink
- MBTI® Criticism
- Type and Influence
- Ford Motor Company and the MBTI® Framework
- Global MBTI® Panel
- What Lunch?
- There’s More?
- Up Next
- I’m Impressed
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
- So It Begins
- 2015 MBTI® Users Conference