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The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®: A Tool for Taking Charge of Change

Program Overview

For many of us, the first half of life is devoted to discovering who we are in the outer world—as a family member, at work, and in relationships. But in the second half of life, we begin looking inward to discover more about who we are, especially when faced with change. For example, those of us facing work transitions must find ways of defining ourselves that go beyond long-held career identities.

This workshop uses the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) as a powerful tool for taking charge of inner and outer change. The MBTI is a personality assessment designed to help you discover or rediscover the kinds of environments that energize you, the types of communication that engage you, the methods you use to reach decisions, and the manner in which you prefer to manage your life.

You'll begin by taking the MBTI. Then, through interactive exercises, you'll uncover your assumptions about change and personality, exploring common points of resistance to change, levers to get unstuck, and methods for staying with new commitments. You will also learn how you can more consciously activate parts of your personality to transform your journey so that your goals, rather than others' expectations of you, drive your behavior.

Equally important, the workshop offers a chance to be part of a community of learners focused on making meaningful life and work transitions.

Fee includes MBTI assessment and box supper.

Event Id: 183346, , 11/09/2009 - 11/09/2009, Continuing Education & Conference Center, See monitor for room assignment; - 1890 Buford Ave, St Paul, M

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