Any Body know about MBTI?

shaizy

Citizen
I have done it many time and later been mentor for a Personality development program which included MBTI, if you want to info, leave, your contacts here,,
 

Ali Masood

Citizen
Khurram bhai itni der dhundnay kay baad finally do say 3 naam mil hi gaye Jo certified MBTI Practitioner hain. Punjab main Manzar Bashir hain un say rabta yahan kia ja sakta hay http://www.linkedin.com/in/manzarbashir aur Karachi may certified MBTI practitioner Saad Masud hain in say rabta yahan kia ja sakta hay http://www.linkedin.com/in/saadmasud

MBTI kay baray jo thori info mili woh ap say share karleta hun (Copy pasted from Intellact.org)


Myers-Briggs Type Indicator[SUP][/SUP] (MBTI[SUP][/SUP])
Know Yourself & Others Using The MBTI[SUP][/SUP]
Intellact offers a personal awareness training program on “KnowYourself and Others with the MBTI[SUP][/SUP]” by Saad Masud Certified MBTI Practitioner.
Overview:
The MBTI was developed by Katherine C Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers and is based on Carl Jung’s theory of “Psychological Types”. The system consists of sixteen profiles. Knowing your own profile allows you to appreciate your natural strength and any possible weaknesses or “blind spots”. There is, of course, no perfect type so by gaining an awareness and appreciation of other people’s strengths and preferences it is possible to become a better leader, manager or team player as you take into account individual contributions and work more effectively.
Learning Objectives:
1. Understand your own personality profile
2. Learn how your personality profile affects the way you make decisions
3. Gain an insight into what ‘types’ of people are in your team and the strengths they bring to the team
4. Design strategies for building more effective team relationships
5. Learn how you can improve your effectiveness
6. Identify and focus on development of weak areas
Course Content:
UNDERSTAND THE MBTI
1. Looking at the four scales that combine to make up the sixteen possible MBTI personality profiles
2. Where you focus your attention – Extrovert or Introvert
3. The way you take in information – Sensing or Intuition
4. The way you make decisions – Thinking or Feeling
5. How you deal with the outer world – Judging or Perceiving
WHAT’S MY TYPE… WHAT’S YOUR TYPE?
1. Self-assessment against the four main MBTI scales
2. Feedback on your preferences from the completed questionnaire
UNDERSTANDING YOUR PREFERENCES
1. Thinking about the strengths and weaknesses that might be suggested by your profile
2. Consider how to maximize the strengths
3. Assessing how to minimize or address possible weakness
LEARNING AND ACTION PLANNING
1. Improvement in performance
2 .Improvement in interpersonal relationships
3. Finding ways to manage personality clashes based on an understanding of people’s profiles
4. Capturing and summarizing key learning points
5. Creating plans to apply the learning into the workplace
 
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