Assessment Tools Workshop (DiSC, MBTI)

Program Overview

 

The self-analysis tools DiSC and MBTI are used worldwide across multiple business genres to facilitate leadership and career development. All workshops are conducted by certified practitioners. 


DiSC

 

Based on a model developed by psychologist Dr. William Marston, Dr. John G. Geier systematized DiSC theory to create a powerful self-analysis tool. This self-analysis tool is used worldwide across multiple business genres to facilitate leadership and career development. 

The DiSC tool breaks down human behavior into four basic behavioral types: “D” Dominance, “i” Influence, “C” Conscientiousness, and “S” Steadiness.

Through greater self awareness, you will be better prepared for working more effectively with others, minimizing interpersonal conflict and making more informed decisions that affect team and talent development.

Note: This training is conducted by a facilitator who has been certified by HRD, Inc.

Program Objectives

 

 

  • Understand your behavioral tendencies and how they affect others
  • Develop a strategy for working together with others to improve productivity
  • Increase your own effectiveness by improving relationships

MBTI

MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) is a widely used personality test based on Carl Jung’s Psychological Types theory. Jung’s research shows that people are born with certain psychological tendencies that shape how they interact with the world, take in information and make decisions.

Through a simple assessment tool, an individual’s overall preference profile is categorized into one of 16 different set types. The MBTI test results shed light on the unique characteristics and strengths of each of the 16 types and help you understand and value the differences between yourself and others.

Note: This training is conducted by a facilitator who has been certified by MBTI Japan Association.

Program Objectives

 

 

  • Understand the MBTI Type Theory
  • Deepen understanding of your own type through a hands-on exercise
  • Identify different MBTI types and how well each fits with the others