- Are you accredited to use the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®)?
- Are you looking for practical short exercises to use with clients?
- Are you curious to see a practical example of how type can be applied particularly in relation to the challenge of change in the workplace?
The objective of this interactive session is to provide ILP members who are qualified to use MBTI® with an activity they can use when working with clients to explore responses to change.
ILP members who are familiar with the MBTI® but not accredited users of Type are also welcome to attend.
As a practical demonstration of the strategic relationship between the Australian Association for Psychological Type (AusAPT) and the ILP, Type accredited ILP Members will be given a copy of the session to use and adapt with their clients. The session notes are not available without attending the session.
About the Presenters:
Andrew Mountford is a Life Member of AusAPT and has served as President and Secretary of the Association. He has worked with teams and individuals at all levels in the public and private sector through his facilitation, training and coaching activity over a 30-year external consulting career.
Adam Le Good is the General Manager of the ILP Academy, a member of AUSAPT and a long-time accredited user of the MBTI®. He also runs his own training consultancy and has used the MBTI® extensively in his 30-year career in Learning Development.
Both Adam and Andrew are presenting at the AUSAPT in Brisbane on 1 and 2 September “From Shadows to Showtime” If you’d like more information click here: AUSAPT Conference.