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Have you ever watched people around you and noticed that their personalities are different from yours?  Some may appear to be very outgoing or not interested in many details while others may appear quieter and may be uncomfortable if they don’t know all they can about a situation.  We can derive from these observations that each of us has an unique personality with its own interests, gifts, and strengths.  Allowing an individual access to his or her personality or psychological type helps that person to:

  • Understand themselves and thus be able to manage themselves better

  • Understand others so that they are better able to communicate

  • Understand the different needs and orientations of others to help alleviate conflict

  • Understand how others may react to change

  • Understand how others may go about problem solving and decision making

  • Understand different leadership styles

  • Understand the culture and dynamics of a group, that is, which group members will prefer to do what tasks? What work or organizational environment will be the most beneficial to an individual? 

  • Understand how individuals may deal with stress

Many instruments have been developed to help understand these personality models.  We use the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).  We will help you to understand the MBTI and provide some activities that will illustrate its constructive use with individuals and groups.  Our objective is to help you understand:

  • Where people prefer to focus their attention— EXTROVERSION/INTROVERSION

  • The way people prefer to take in information— SENSING/INTUITION

  • The way people prefer to make decisions— THINKING/FEELING

  • How people orient themselves to the external world— JUDGING/PERCEIVING

Breaking Down Barriers for Increased Communication and Teamwork


Organizations competing in today’s world economy rely on teams to make dynamic decisions. This 6-hour interactive course increases communication and facilitates understanding of team dynamics, thereby, reducing conflict. We administer and interpret the Myers Briggs type Indicator, (MBTI) so that every participant understands the 16 personality types and can understand:

  • Themselves so that they can better manage themselves

  • Others so that they can better communicate

  • The different needs and orientations of others to alleviate conflict

  • How others may react to change

  • How they and others go about problem solving and decision making

  • Different Leadership styles



Effective Teamwork

This 6-hour module helps your organization develop guidelines for team roles and responsibilities, reduce conflict and establish good communication techniques. IQS helps your employees to:

  • Identify team roles and responsibilities

  • Establish useful agendas

  • Manage time for productive meetings

  • Build team identity, trust and commitment

  • Develop skills to manage conflict

  • Develop consensus

  • Devise reports that communicate the necessary information to teammates and others

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