This program is traditionally a face-to-face classroom training but has been moved online.
Formerly titled “Analyzing Work Styles: Using MBTI to Improve Communication”
This course has been pre-approved for SHRM PDCs
The ability to communicate and to understand your own and others' work styles is critical to building effective organizations and teams.
This workshop will help participants discover their personality type using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI), understand their natural approaches to work, and learn how to use this knowledge to improve interactions with others. While there are 16 Types, you will learn tips for working with people who have the same, similar, or very different Types.
Receive supporting materials that provide you with awareness of your own work style, how to leverage the best of your Type to work effectively in your team and organization, and practical tips on how to apply Type to maximize your workplace performance in the following:
Katherine Maloney is an accomplished career and workplace coach and has been qualified to administer the MBTI for over 25 years. She is passionate about supporting people to flourish in their work and life. She currently wears two hats: a Senior Career Counselor at UNH’s Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics and as Principal of her own coaching and training firm. She brings broad business knowledge having worked in HR/people development with Boston-based organizations such as Fidelity Investments, BlueCross BlueShield of MA, and BankBoston. A graduate of Boston College with an MBA from Babson College, she currently lives near the beach in York, ME.