Improving Teamwork Using the Myers-Briggs Personality Types
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Andrea J. Wenger
Donna Dunning has series of blog posts on personalty type in the workplace. Below are the links. Donna is the author of the books "Introduction to Type and Communication" and "Introduction to Type and Learning."

ENFJs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/enfjs-at-work
ENFPs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/enfps-at-work
ENTJs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/entjs-at-work
ENTPs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/entps-at-work
ESFJs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/esfjs-at-work
ESFPs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/esfps-at-work
ESTJs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/estjs-at-work
ESTPs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/estps-at-work
INFJs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/infjs-at-work
INFPs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/infps-at-work
INTJs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/intjs-at-work
INTPs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/intps-at-work
ISFJs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/isfjs-at-work
ISFPs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/isfps-at-work
ISTJs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/istjs-at-work
ISTPs: http://www.dunning.ca/blog/istps-at-work
Sunday, 25 September 2011 20:39
 
Kendall Wooding
One of our speakers for STC Toronto Career Day, Ruth Parker, is a qualified MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) practitioner who has developed and delivered team‐building workshops in industrial settings.

She has over 25 years of experience in teaching and providing career, work and academic counseling to students at the University of Waterloo.

If you reside in the GTA or surrounding areas, we invite you to attend this seminar on Sat, Oct 1 at Seneca (York Campus).

Full details and pre-registration can be found on the STC TO site: http://bit.ly/oAMt33
Andrea J. WengerAndrea J. Wenger on Sunday, 25 September 2011 20:27

Thanks for sharing this, Kendall. The link didn't work for me, but I found the information at this one: http://www2.stctoronto.org/events/career-day

Monday, 19 September 2011 10:54
 
Lori Meyer
Thanks for posting these links about the MBTI and teamwork, Andrea. I'm going through the Types on Teams site now. Lots of interesting perspectives. I've also read the book GIFTS DIFFERING, which is a great introduction to the MBTI.
Thursday, 14 July 2011 14:44