Come and explore your preferences for social energy, learning new information, making decisions and how organized or spontaneous you like to be about life. Learning your own MBTI style will help you understand why you like to do things a certain way and get things done more effectively with the least amount of stress involved. It will also help you understand why others do things the way they do... (This class is always full of ahas!)|
Understanding your personality preferences can
- Help you work more effectively with others
- Help you manage your own energy levels
- Show you how to use your strengths effectively at work
- Teach you how you learn best and how to teach others
- Help you understand other points of view
- Improve your communication with others
- Help you navigate change and reduce stress
The MBTI is a personality inventory that results in 16 possible combinations of personality traits. There are no preferred combinations; all personality styles have strengths and opportunities. The MBTI is based on psychological types originally identified by Carl Jung. The inventory was first developed in the 1940's and was first published in 1962. It has been taken by millions of people worldwide* since then and is considered both a valid and reliable tool for measuring personality traits.
Ginny Sundell has been training and coaching people in leadership skills for over fifteen years. She has a Masters degree in Creativity and Problem Solving from Buffalo State College and wrote her thesis on the relationship between the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the Kirton Adaption-Innovation Inventory (KAI), a measure of creativity. She is a Qualified MBTI Professional and feels that the MBTI changed her life twenty years ago, when she learned she didn't have to keep trying to be an extrovert.
She lives and works here in Buffalo, NY.
* According to CAPT: Center for Applications of Psychological Type
ScenoArt Studio & Gallery (View)
293 Linwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14209
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|