Discovering Psychology: Using Type in Project Management
|Time||: 13:00 – 16:00|
|Length of Training||: 3 Hours|
|Type of Training||: CPD Workshop|
Who should attend
This workshop is open to accredited MBTI practitioners. It is aimed at introducing different ways in which to use the MBTI with teams that are involved in projects, including possible strengths that could help the project and possible challenges the project team might face.
This workshop will provide a structure for practitioners interested in holding workshops for professional staff members involved in project management. By understanding how different project teams direct and receive energy, take in information, make decisions, and are oriented toward the external world- characteristics assessed by the MBTI instrument – you can identify the possible strengths that could help the project and possible challenges the project team might face. By taking concrete actions based on this understanding, you can successfully get an at-risk project back on track and point a successful project to the next level of performance. During this workshop, participants will participate in type-related exercises, such as case studies that can assist in developing this understanding.
- Recap of MBTI theory
- Awareness of how to apply type to project teams
- Recognise how type preferences play out at the project level
- Lecture notes
- Introduction to Type and Project Management booklet