Using MBTI for Leadership Development and Team Building - 2014 Nebraska Pork Mentors Program

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An overview of using the MBTI in Leadership Development and Team Building. This is the first in a series of workshops that our organization uses to help develop agricultural companies and organizations.

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  • Make sure to write down. Can refer back to it later.
  • Write it down on a flip chart or something….What identifies personality?
  • Maybe a different picture that shows a person’s unique.Add a person who is thinking…..(this woman looks like she’s happy because she’s thinking about a vacation).
  • Might skip the WWII reference….or apply it more directly to the culture. More specific examples of how it was used for specific tasks.Russians and Ukrainians like to learn. They like short facts…and bits of history. Example of a person – specific examples are nice.
  • Change the background a bit….do things to make it ‘pop’ more…
  • Before workshop: Send MBTI descriptions to participantsWorkshop:Introduce everyoneTell a bit of my story (refer back to PYC001 podcast)Tell how we started working together (Lewis, Josh, Cindy, Ben)Overview services:*Career Coaching*Calling and Career workshops (internationally and here in the U.S.)*Team-building workshops*Audiobooks and online productsAs a way of saying thank you for joining our webinar, we are offering you a free audiobook ‘Pursuing Your Calling’*At the end, we’ll offer a discount for an upcoming PYC webinar
  • Using MBTI for Leadership Development and Team Building - 2014 Nebraska Pork Mentors Program

    1. 1. Nebraska Pork – Session 1 Leadership and Teams Brent Green – Ag TeamBuild
    2. 2.  Getting  to know you… Tell us 2 important things about yourself
    3. 3.  Getting  to know you… Tell us 2 important things about the person beside you
    4. 4. Who Am I?? Adventurer Relationship-Focused Need Change Regularly Risk-Taker And…I’m a Proud Father
    5. 5. Nebraska Pork Mentor Program Leadership Development  Identify individual personality  Identify strengths associated with your personality  Get 360 feedback on your personality and skills  Put together plans to develop your best characteristics even more  See how individual strengths and talents can improve a team  Identify some of the best characteristics of your team/s  Learn to work better with people different than you Identify your best skills  Team Development
    6. 6. Today’s Objectives  Discuss Overview of ‘Leadership’ and ‘Teams’  Overview ’Personality’  Conduct a Personality ‘Self-Type’ Process  Review Results of Your Online Assessment
    7. 7. What is Leadership??
    8. 8. How we will define it…  Identifying your best characteristics…….. And using them for good in everyday life You can be a leader:     In your family In work groups On student teams In this group
    9. 9. Leadership does not mean….  Bossing people around 
    10. 10. What makes a strong team?  Group Discussion…..
    11. 11. Ingredients of a Strong Team Shared Vision, Felt Deeply Emotionally Bonded Strengths Utlilized Strong Teams Reference: Kellogg Business School
    12. 12. How We Help Strengthen Teams  Identify individual personality and leadership characteristics  Identify team personality  See if your self perceptions match others’ perceptions of you  Develop a plan to use your best qualities
    13. 13. How Ag TeamBuild Helps…. Shared Vision, Felt Deeply Management Team Emotionally Bonded Ag TeamBuild Strengths Utlilized Ag TeamBuild Strong Teams
    14. 14. What is Personality??  Group Discussion…….
    15. 15. What is Personality???
    16. 16. Individual Exercise What are some key attributes of your personality type? Write down 3
    17. 17. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
    18. 18. MBTI Developed by Katharine C. Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers  FOR  Americans in World War II  Tool for helping people discover their gifts and how to use them best
    19. 19. Based on Psychological Theory  ….of Scientist Carl Jung  Psychological ‘Type’  Personality ‘type’ or MBTI ‘type’ comes from his work
    20. 20. MBTI  70 years of research  Most used personality assessment in the world
    21. 21. Dimensions of MBTI Extraversion Sensing – Intuition Thinking Judging - Introversion - Feeling - Perceiving
    22. 22. MBTI is used for  Self-Awareness  Leadership Development  Career Development  Conflict Management  Team-Building
    23. 23. MBTI  Can help you to identify some of your key   Tendencies   Preferences Characteristics But not all of them…..
    24. 24. Extraversion - Introversion Preference for Getting Energy Extraversion – Outside Self – Others Introversion – Inside Self - Solitude
    25. 25. Key Descriptors E  Extraversion Active  Outward  Sociable  People  Many  Expressive  Breadth  I  Introversion Reflective  Inward  Reserved  Privacy  Few  Quiet  Depth 
    26. 26. Sensing - Intuitive Preference for Taking in Information Sensing – Takes in Data from the 5 Senses Intuitive – Takes in Data from a “sixth sense”
    27. 27. Key Descriptors S • Sensing • • • • • • • • • Details Present Practical Facts Directions Repetition Enjoyment Perspiration Literal N • Intuition • • • • • • • • • Patterns Future Imaginative Innovations Hunches Variety Anticipation Inspiration Figurative
    28. 28. Thinking - Feeling Preference for Making Decisions Thinker – Logical, Structured, Objective Feeler – Personal, Values-Oriented
    29. 29. Key Descriptors T Thinking • • • • • • • • • Head Objective Justice Cool Impersonal Critique Analyze Precise Principles F Feeling • • • • • • • • • Heart Subjective Harmony Caring Personal Appreciate Empathize Persuasive Values
    30. 30. Judging - Perceiving Preference for Living and Lifestyle Choices Judging – Planned Living, Organized Life Perceiving – Spontaneous and Flexible
    31. 31. Key Descriptors J • Judging • • • • • • • • • Organized Structure Control Decisive Deliberate Closure Plan Deadlines Productive • P Perceiving • • • • • • • • • Flexible Flow Experience Curious Spontaneous Openness Wait Discoveries Receptive
    32. 32. Self-Type
    33. 33. Your Type 4 letter type One of 16 possible combinations ISFJ INFJ INTJ ISTP  ISTJ ISFP INFP INTP ESTP ESFJ ENFP ENTP ESTJ ESFJ ENFJ ENTJ
    34. 34. Share your ‘Type’
    35. 35. Things that affect results  Past experience  Expectations  Feelings about this type of instrument  Clarifications on theory  Not believing that all types good  Would these or any other things affect/bias your results??
    36. 36. Review  All types are good  We are not promoting one type as better than another  All types have potential blind spots  All types add value to an organization
    37. 37. Type Distribution of the Representative Sample ISTJ 13.8% 1.5% 2.1% ISFP INFP INTP 5.4% 8.8% 4.4% 3.3% ESTP ESFP ENFP ENTP 4.3% 8.5% 8.1% 3.2% ESTJ ESFJ ENFJ ENTJ 8.7% Information from CPP, Inc INTJ ISTP = S T J INFJ 11.6% E ISFJ 12.3% 2.5% 1.8% 49% I = 73% = 40% = 54% = N F P 51% = = = 27% 60% 46%
    38. 38. Type  Reported Type
    39. 39. Getting Along with Different ‘Types’
    40. 40. Practical Exercises  Extraversion vs Introversion  Sensing vs Intuitive  Thinking vs Feeling  Judging vs Perceiving
    41. 41. All Types have Strengths and Positive Attributes Focus on the positive
    42. 42. Group Exercises Extraversion  All Extraverts together  Brainstorm  Key ways to communicate with an introvert Introversion  All Introverts together  Brainstorm  Key ways to communicate with an extravert
    43. 43. Group Exercises Thinking  All Thinkers together  Brainstorm  How would set up this room tomorrow to make it most functional for everyone? Feeling  All Feelers together  Brainstorm  How would set up this room tomorrow to make it most functional for everyone?
    44. 44. Group Exercises Judging  All Judgers together  Brainstorm  Describe your ideal weekend Perceiving  All Perceivers together  Brainstorm  Describe your ideal weekend
    45. 45. Where to from here? Leadership Development  Identify individual personality  Identify strengths associated with your personality  Get 360 feedback on your personality and skills  Put together plans to develop your best characteristics even more  See how individual strengths and talents can improve a team  Identify some of the best characteristics of your team/s  Learn to work better with people different than you Identify your best skills  Team Development
    46. 46. For next time…  Personality 360   Does your perception match your friends/colleagues perceptions of yourself?? Very small amount of fun homework 

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