Emotional Intelligence Training

Myers Briggs Type Indicator with Emotional Intelligence

The MBTI tool allows people to understand themselves and the importance of how differences at work enable a stronger more versatile team in identifying different perspectives.  The activity-based session allows people to develop a deeper understanding of their own preferred style and their impact on others in the workplace.  People will gain an insight into how they may need to adjust their “natural” style to get good results. It will help people working alongside others to answer the question “what’s it like to work with me?” whilst helping them to understand the importance of Emotional Intelligence when at work.

Emotional Intelligence

Using Myers Briggs, we will focus on the ability to understand, use, and manage our own emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathise with others, overcome challenges, and defuse conflict.

We will focus on the theories created by Daniel Goleman and look at using these approaches whilst at work and with colleagues you work with.

Learning Outcomes

Key elements to be covered with the Myers Briggs Type Indicator: –

  • understand the MBTI model and the ideas that underpin it;
  • undertake a range of self-assessment activities to make a detailed assessment of their own MBTI type and develop a deeper understanding of their own style and their impact in the workplace and on colleagues.
  • use the insights from MBTI as a basis to review current challenges faced by the team.

Key elements to be covered with linking in the Emotional Intelligence: –

Using Myers Briggs, we will focus on the ability to understand, use, and manage our own emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathise with others, overcome challenges, and defuse conflict.

We will focus on the theories created by Daniel Goleman and look at using these approaches whilst at work and with colleagues you work with.

The quality of working relationships within a team and business is fundamental to its success. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) tool allows people to identify different perspectives on relationships within the team. It will allow people to develop a deeper understanding of their own preferred style and their impact in the workplace and encouraging people to work with strong emotional intelligence.

The discussion-based session allows people to gain an insight into how they may need to adjust their “natural” style to get good results. It will help people to answer the question “what’s it like to work with/for me?” The MBTI session organised for you is a group session that requires honesty and openness from the attendees.

Know how to be self-aware

 

Explain the concept of self-awarenessIntroduction to self-awareness and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator

To ensure all understand the basics of self-awareness through group/individual activity (depending on the size of the group)

Describe the potential impact of own behaviour on others

Describe how to adapt behaviour to improve the impact on others

 

Explain the importance of emotional intelligence in leadership

Self-assessment using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator.  Looking at own type and own behaviours and how these can have an impact others

Through group discussions ask if any poor behaviours can be shared and how these may be adapted.

Using adaptations discussion points focus on looking at emotional intelligence and how this is important in leadership

Course Objectives

Objectives

Key elements to be covered: –

  • understand the MBTI model and the ideas that underpin it;
  • undertake a range of self-assessment activities to make a detailed assessment of their own MBTI type and develop a deeper understanding of their own style and their impact in the workplace and on colleagues.
  • use the insights from MBTI as a basis to review current challenges faced by the team.
Mentoring skills for apprenticeship success
LocationColchester
DurationOne day workshop
Campus / Adult Skills CentreColchester Campus
Start DateWe offer this course throughout the year.
Next Course Date
20/10/2022
Price£175

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