MBTI
Organisme de formations à Luxembourg
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MBTI

“Knowing others is wisdom, knowing yourself is Enlightenment.” – Lao Tzu
Through the approach of personality types, the MBTI® tool (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) provides a solid and reliable foundation for personal development. It offers a constructive, flexible and fulfilling model to value individual strengths and differences.

The Meyer-Briggs Type Indicator has been most widely known and used in the world since a couple of years. Much more than a simple personality questionnaire, the MBTI provides a constructive and flexible model for designing solutions in all areas of personal development and human interaction.

The MBTI profile shows how a person perceives the world and interacts with it, giving insights into his motivations and the motivation of others. This provides a solid foundation for personal development, which results in better individual effectiveness.

Eductational Goals

At the end of this development program, participants will be able to:

  • Discover the characteristics of their personal MBTI profile;
  • Identify the energy source that corresponds to them;
  • Understand how they collect information;
  • Analyze and optimize their decision process;
  • Learn to better understand their personal and professional environment;
  • Organize themselves optimally;
  • Develop their learning skills;
  • Become aware of the communication preferences of their interlocutors;
  • Open to various modes of communication.

Additional exercises may be carried out around the following themes:

  • Personalities and the preferred style of leadership
  • Personalities and the approach to change
  • Personalities and the treatment of information