Monday, 28 March 2011

Myers Briggs introduction Workshop

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Introduction Workshop
For those working with their Spiritual Journey

Saturday 2nd July 2011

11.00 am - 4.00 pm Coffee and tea provided – please bring your own lunch
To be held at Holy Trinity Church Lamorbey 1 Hurst Rd Sidcup Kent DA15 9AE.
Led by Sue Wilson (Registered MBTI practitioner) Fee:- £40 payable in advance. For details please contact Lynne Buckley Pastoral Assistant at Holy Trinity Lamorbey

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a self-report questionnaire, based on Carl Gustav Jung’s Psychological Types theory of individuation, developed by a mother and daughter, Katharine Briggs and Isabel Myers. The MBTI helps people to: understand self and others, appreciate differences in self and others, look at potential areas for growth and become more effective.

Sue Wilson has been a registered MBTI practitioner for the past 15 years. She first started using it when she was a trainer at the BBC. The one day Introduction to MBTI workshop is based on exploring the different aspects of our personalities in a positive way. Before the workshop, each participant will receive a questionnaire and an answer sheet to fill in. There are no right or wrong answers – just what instinctively comes to mind. It takes about 30 minutes. The answer sheets will show what preferences have been reported. It is NOT a test. Each questionnaire is the property of the person who filled it in.
The workshop looks at how and why the MBTI came into being, the different ways we prefer to re- energise ourselves, take in information and then make decisions and finally looks at the way it can be another tool for us on our Spiritual Journey. It is by understanding our strengths and growing points and how it feels to stand in someone else’s shoes that we are able to develop and therefore know God more deeply.
If any participant has completed the MBTI questionnaire before, it is still very profitable to do it again as our personalities are not static. Handouts are included for future reference - the MBTI is a life long helper.

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