Would you like to know more about yourself?
Unlock the power of your personality type to help you understand yourself and how to work more effectively in teams.
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is used to determine differing strengths and types of personalities. At this virtual workshop on the 4th November, you will find out how it works, the benefits of knowing your type and how it can help you communicate more effectively in your study and work. Information session (attendance is required)
Prior to the workshop, we will hold a virtual short mandatory information session on Monday, 26 October at 4.30pm (lasts thirty minutes) using Microsoft Teams, which you must attend, with your microphone and video camera turned on. At the session, you will learn more about MBTI and introduce yourself to other students who will be attending the workshop. You are also required to complete an online personality questionnaire before the workshop to determine your personality type. Please note attending the information session is required before the workshop.
Hear what a student said from previously attending a Myers Briggs workshop – “I especially enjoyed learning more about our own personalities and it will be beneficial for me to remember how all the different personalities in a team are necessary for success.”
Meet the Consultant
This workshop will be led by Joan Connolly, Postgraduate Employability and Career Consultant at the Graduate School. Joan is a qualified Careers Adviser with over 17 years of relevant experience in Higher Education. In her role in the Graduate School, Joan develops and implements employability programmes to enhance students' personal and professional development.