Everything is different – and it’s different for everyone

23 July 2020: 2.00 pm - 3.15 pm
on Zoom

The Meyers-Briggs Personality Indicator (MBTI) is a well-known tool for understanding that we all experience the world differently. In particular, the different types tend to react differently to change, to stress, and to different communication methods.

This session will use the 16 MBTI types to explore why each of us may be responding to the current crisis differently from our colleagues, partners, family, and friends. We will summarise the basic principles of MBTI (e.g. introversion and extraversion) but primarily this session will invite participants to share how these differences are playing out in real life situations.

By the end of the session, you will have a better understanding – both theoretically and practically – around why people might be reacting very differently to similar challenges.

This session is suitable for anyone in Pears grantee organisations. There is no need to know your MBTI type or have any previous experience with MBTI.

Facilitator: Shoshana Boyd Gelfand

Please contact Rachel Franklin if you or a colleague would like to reserve a place.

Once your place is confirmed we will send out joining instructions. If you are no longer able to attend please let us know so we can allocate your place to someone else.