More Effective Personality Conflict Management by Using the Myers Briggs Dichotomies

More Effective Personality Conflict Management by Using the Myers Briggs Dichotomies
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1Resources
Recorded on: 2020-01-14
Unit 1Slide Deck: More Effective Personality Conflict Management
Unit 2Workbook: More Effective Personality Conflict Management Using MBTI
Unit 3Recording: More Effective Personality Conflict Management

This webinar will cover the different Myers-Briggs personality type dichotomies.  By understanding these dichotomies, participants will better understand the innate personality traits of not only themselves but their coworkers as well.  Knowing how each dichotomy’s preferences will enable participants to better deal with conflict at home and at work.

  • Know the 16 MBTI dichotomies
  • Understand the basic personality preferences of each dichotomy
  • Learn better tactics for communicating and dealing with conflict based on personality preferences


Audience Comments

  • “Great summaries of what each “type” needs.” — Alana
  • “I appreciated receiving information on how to apply the theories and principles to everyday work processes and relationships.” — Brenda
  • “Chris was awesome. It was nice to get an MBTI refresher (especially right at the beginning of the new year).” — Cheryl
  • “Different personality types should not supervise without learning about this.” — Colleen
  • “The webinar provided valuable insight into how others who are opposite from me perceive my way of interacting, as well as providing me a better understanding of how to more effectively interact with them.” — Dana
  • “This topic was very helpful not only in peer-work relationships but also with the Clients we work with on a daily basis. It is a reminder of why it is important to consider the other person’s personality in order to best facilitate learning and change.” — Debbie
  • “Extremely informative & offered insight as to the different personality types that one encounters in a group-type setting. Helped to see things from the perspective of others who don’t share those same traits. It definitely gives pause when presented with a situation in which overreacting could be a critical issue.” — JUDITH C
  • “Very Interesting, and very easy to follow along with.” — Morgan



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