MBTI® Activities — Select, Print, Train, and Repeat!
CPP brings the ease of performing MBTI® team-oriented workshops to your portfolio with eight packaged activities available for purchase and download. These resources were selected from several of our MBTI® practitioner resources (such as the MBTI® Practitioner’s Field Guide) and have been re-packaged as individual activities that you can purchase, download, and reuse to reinforce MBTI® type concepts.
Each activity comes with the presentation slides and/or re-producible masters required for delivery so you can use them over and over again—simply select, print, train, and repeat!
- Appreciating Differences – An Application of MBTI® Type: Enable participants to better understand and appreciate each of the eight preferences.
- That Sinking Feeling: Get people to “walk in others’ shoes” and make difficult decisions, which can lead to conflict due to the different needs of team members.
- Crossing Type Cultures – An Advanced Application of MBTI® Type: Deepen the understanding of type differences, raise awareness of type biases and stereotyping, and practice flexing type to be more effective when interacting with others.
- Expressing Appreciation in Different Ways – An Application of MBTI® Type: Learn how type affects an individual’s emotional experience of being appreciated and learn how to avoid misunderstandings when expressing appreciation to others.
- Systematic Problem Solving – An Application of MBTI® Type: Demonstrate how the systematic, sequential use of the Sensing, Intuition, Thinking, and Feeling functions contributes to group problem solving.
- Schmooze or Lose – An Application of MBTI® Type: Develop type flexibility by expanding participants’ MBTI communication style repertoire using the function pairs.
- Applying the Function Lens to Stress – An Application of MBTI® Type: Help appraise stress triggers by function—ST, SF, NF, NT—to better comprehend the impact of stress on team members.
- Transforming Feedback – An Application of MBTI® Type: Help participants understand the role of type in giving and receiving feedback and to learn a method for feedback preparation.