The Role of Personality
Have you ever wondered why certain colleagues irritate you so much?
Would you be more effective if others were less annoying?
Why are some colleagues so last minute whilst you like to be well prepared in advance?
How can you play to people’s strengths more successfully?
How do you prefer to give and receive information?
What kind of work environment allows you to be your most productive?
What is your leadership style and how do you work best in a team?
Could you be more effective at decision-making and delegation?
What is your orientation towards change?
Interested? Want to know more or book a course?
The workshop focuses on an exploration of personality and its impact upon our working lives. Each participant will be invited to:
Score their own personality preference using the (MBTI) Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Explore the ways in which knowledge of personality preference can enhance team working, communication, change management and decision making within schools.
“I can fully endorse the MBTI training given by Simon Green for schools and teachers. It is a marvellous opportunity for personal and professional development. MBTI training can encourage effective team working and complements my strategies for teacher leadership and colleague support. I recommend it most warmly”.
Dr Bill Rogers, Professor of Education, Australia
Simon Green (BA MEd) is an education consultant. He works with a number of schools, colleges and universities in an advisory capacity, and is a Registered Practitioner for the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator)
Simon has a national reputation with many years experience in teacher training and delivering in- school consultancies as well as courses and conferences.
Course fee: £700 plus course materials and travel