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Personality awareness to unlock individual and team potential

Webcasts to help organisations unlock potential in individuals and teams. Our training, resources and consultancy support effective and innovative people development and talent identification. We are the European distributor of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®), 16PF® and other leading psychometric tools.

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Coaching using the MBTI and Cultural Orientations Framework assessment Betsy Kendall, COO, OPP; Prof. Philippe Rosinski, MD, Rosinski & Company Integrating the intercultural perspective with insights from MBTI enables coaches to take account of both nature and nurture in their work with coachees. We will use a case study to illustrate the benefits for this approach; the practicalities of how to incorporate the two assessments in coaching and we will provide highlights research using the two assessments in a large international sample.

Betsy Kendall is Chief Operating Officer at OPP, an MBTI expert who oversaw the development and standardisation of MBTI Step I across European languages. She is the author of the European MBTI Step I Manual Supplement and co-author of MBTI and Culture. She is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

Professor Philippe Rosinski is a world authority in executive coaching, team coaching, and global leadership development. He is the first European to have been designated Master Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation. The Harvard Business School chose his ground-breaking book Coaching Across Cultures as its featured book recommendation in the category of business leadership. His latest book Global Coaching has been described as “having moved the art and science of coaching to a new level.
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Sep 18 2015 12:00 pm
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  • For MBTI Step II practitioners. We have recently created some new approaches to MBTI Step II interventions, making it easier to deliver high impact and memorable team development as well as individual coaching. Our new MBTI Step II Qualifying Programme features a host of new resources, exercises and tips, which are also available to existing MBTI Step II practitioners free of charge, alongside several new products designed to facilitate MBTI Step II work. With the help of case study examples, MBTI experts Penny Moyle and Gil Parsons use their extensive knowledge of the MBTI framework and passion for Step II to explain how Step II practitioners can get the most from these latest innovations.
  • For MBTI Step I practitioners. The MBTI Step I assessment provides an excellent foundation for both individual and team Development Journeys. However, MBTI is sometimes criticised for being too general and broad brush, when in fact the MBTI framework has a great deal more to offer. Step II uncovers the unique individual behind each whole type, explaining differences between two people with the same four-letter type, and identifying overlaps between individuals with different overall preferences.

    MBTI experts, Penny Moyle and Gil Parsons, will showcase the latest developments in MBTI Step II, showing how it can be used to build on the MBTI Step I foundation with both individuals and teams. Using case studies, they’ll guide you through Step II facets, ‘Out Of Preference’ scores, and how Step II takes personal development and coaching to another level.
  • This webcast will explore how to use the Emotional Judgement Inventory (EJI) to gather useful data about how ‘in tune’ with self and others a leader is likely to be and will provide some practical emotional intelligence ‘to dos’ for leaders. This will prove useful both for leaders and those who work with them in coaching or development contexts.
  • Principal Consultant, Alice King shares hints and tips for running engaging and dynamic type events. Drawing on her own considerable type knowledge and experience she’ll step through materials and approaches that will enable you to:

    •increase the impact of your type events
    •save time and create efficiency in the training room
    •accelerate learning
    •make core type concepts more accessible
    •allow teams to quickly identify patterns in their team type
  • What will a ‘leader’ look like in 2050? The world is changing physically, technologically and demographically, and this will have a huge impact on HR and in particular leadership. John Hackston, Head of Research and Development at OPP, will describe these trends, the implications for future leaders, and how the MBTI can help.
  • Experienced type practitioners know that there is always more to learn about psychological type, new ways to enhance training and facilitation skills, better tools for communication, different applications to explore. In this session, participants will explore Jane Kise’s top ten lessons learned from 20 years of experience. Participants will have the chance to reflect on “next steps” in deepening their knowledge and practice, explore new exercises they might use with groups, and consider how the type community can work together to ensure that the use of type has a lasting impact on our clients, customers, and selves.

    Jane Kise, Ed.D. is an executive coach, consultant, and author of over 20 books including Intentional Leadership, Introduction to Type and Coaching and Using the MBTI Tool in Organisations. A past president of the Association for Psychological Type International, and a faculty member of the Center for Applications of Psychological Type, Kise consults worldwide, helping individuals and organisations be more intentional about how they plan, lead, influence and change.
  • The 16PF questionnaire provides powerful insights into personality and behaviour which improve the accuracy of your hiring decisions. Join Ben Vernazza, Senior Consultant at OPP, to find out how to get the most out of 16PF within selection by mapping the 16PF onto the key competencies for the role and assessing the likely fit of your candidates to reduce risk when recruiting.
  • We don’t all experience time in the same way, and one factor is psychological type. A knowledge of this and type dynamics in particular will help us navigate our way through time. Based on recent research and experiential work, and building on a theme presented by them at the BAPT conference at Greenwich in May 2014, Ingrid Manning, Head of Group Learning, and John Hackston, Head of R&D at OPP, show how our perceiving function holds the key to understanding how we perceive time.
  • The 16PF psychometric assessment is a powerful personality questionnaire, trusted by both business and psychologists. While qualification in the instrument is the most effective way to realise its benefits, OPP have developed several applications designed specifically to allow those without qualifications to benefit from the 16PF; these span career guidance, recruitment and self-awareness. Join Rob Bailey, Principal Consultant in OPP’s R&D department, to find out how.
  • We are all individuals, and our personality follows a unique path through time and space; but our Type can provide signposts to help us develop over time. John Hackston, head of research and development at OPP, will illustrate how we can use timelines to navigate our way through life, and to help others do so. He will also draw on research to show how insights we can gain from MBTI feedback relate to age trends seen in other personality measures.

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