Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Project Management
- Presenter: Perry Sholes, SHRM-SCP, SPHR - President of Progressive HR Strategies Inc
Structure and Purpose of This Session/s
- This Session/s begins with an overview of psychological type.
- Next is a review of the basic activities and processes of project management, as well as a guide to the types of project activities and deliverables that can help you quickly assess that project’s possible strengths and blind spots.
- Following that is a review of the eight preferences of psychological type—what they look like on a project and how they might affect it.
- Then you have the opportunity to look at project management from the perspective of each of the 16 types, as well as methods for detecting imbalances on projects and for bringing all the preferences into play.
- Depending on the length of the session/s:
- There are type-speciﬁc case studies that provide real-life examples of the power of psychological type applied to project teams
Project management and psychological type are established resources in today’s workplace. This Course/s brings them together to help shape projects so that internal focus is balanced with external breadth, concrete facts with future possibilities, logical analysis with empathy for the customer, and a concern for closure today with openness to what will be new tomorrow.
Who Should Attend:
- Perfect for professionals who work as Project Managers and want to improve their project management skills.
- Professionals who manage cross functional project teams where the team members are varied and come in and out of the team throughout the project.
- In-Tact Project Teams, looking to improve the team dynamics, communications and outcomes.
Customized program to your organization:
- Full Day session
- Multiple Half-Day Series