This workshop is based on several assumptions – that individuals have natural styles of relating to others, that there are multiple ways of providing effective leadership, and that by knowing one’s own preferences and the patterns of other personal styles, one can make choices to increase their leadership effectiveness. In this journey of self-discovery, we explore basic leadership styles using the popular Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and examine the implications of how personal preferences affect the way we relate to others and approach leadership tasks.
- Complete a personal style inventory
- Understand dimensions of personal style and four personality styles
- Explore style preferences
- Consider how style preferences affect leadership style
Target Audience: This program will benefit anyone who must work closely with others to accomplish goals, such as in community organizations, in businesses, and in work and educational settings.