Using Myers-Briggs® Type to Understand Decision-Making StyleDeliver consistently high-quality trainings that help develop decision-making skills
This ready-to-deliver facilitation kit includes everything needed to present a half-day introduction to decision making. The workshop helps individuals explore their decision-making style and develop more effective decision-making skills through a better understanding of the Myers-Briggs® preferences.
Participants discover what can inhibit high-quality decision making, learn how personality preferences influence people’s decision-making style, and develop strategies to make both individual and group decision making more successful. Created with flexibility in mind, the workshop is suitable for use with existing work teams or with groups of people who do not usually work together.
FACILITATION KIT CONTENTS
- Microsoft PowerPoint® presentation for a 3.5-hour workshop consisting of lecture and activities
- Facilitator notes
- Workshop participant worksheet
- Workshop ready
The kit is designed for immediate use as is, or for incorporating into an existing training programsaving you workshop preparation time.
- Comes with expert guidance
Created for both seasoned and new MBTI practitioners, the kit includes facilitator notes with presentation instructions and recommended script, providing valuable context and support to ensure an effective training. See sample pages.
- All digital content
No need to lug around heavy bindersall materials are contained on a USB flash drive for your convenience. If your organization prohibits flash drive use, please contact The Myers-Briggs Company for an alternative solution.
- Buy once, use forever
This cost-effective training solution will quickly deliver a positive ROI. The purchaser receives full rights to use the materials indefinitely within an organization (or across organizations if he or she is acting as a training consultant).
REQUIRED SUPPORT MATERIALS
You will need to purchase an MBTI assessment administration for one of the following reports for each participant.
MBTI® Step I Personal Impact Report (PIR)
MBTI® Step I Decision-Making Style Report
Recommended additional resource for participants:
Introduction to Type® and Decision Making booklet