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Utilizing the most widely used personality tool The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) (Step l) we provide half day and full day leadership training and team building workshops specializing in:
Conflict Management- Improve communication by addressing the 5 dysfunctions of a team
Stress Management- Manage stress and promote healthy and positive self regulation
Change- Equipping team members to adapt and deal with organizational changes
Rich vs Wealthy Leadership- Leadership principles to create wealthy and stable organizations
Leadership Development- Develop highly effective and motivated leaders
Communication- Improve natural communication within personal and professional relationships
Speed Reading People- Quickly identify client and customer needs by reading behavior clues
Emotional Intelligence- Promote and encourage natural insight and intelligence
Selling- Strategies to increase to the highest potential in sales and customer acquisition
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People- Key habits for success
Coaching- Coaching and mentorship excellence
The four dichotomies define the ways in which you prefer to function and orient yourself to the world. The ways of functioning are grouped into four dichotomies or pairs.
Extroversion and Introversion
The first pair, Extroversion and Introversion, refers to where you get your energy. Extroversion is an external, action orientation and Introversion is an internal, reflective orientation.
Sensing and Intuition
The second pair, Sensing and Intuition, refers to how you take in information. Sensing indicates a preference for more practical attention to facts and details, whereas, Intuition indicates a preference for more abstract attention to patterns and possibilities.
Thinking and Feeling
The third pair, Thinking and Feeling, refers to how you make decisions. Someone with a preference for Thinking focuses more on logic and analysis, whereas, someone preferring Feeling focuses more on personal values and effects.
Judging and Perceiving
The final pair, Judging and Perceiving, refers to how you organize your world. Someone with a preference for Judging tends to be decisive and prefers structure and control, whereas, someone with a preference for Perceiving tends to keep their options open and prefers spontaneity and flexibility.
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