- November 9, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Instructor: Kim LeClair
*Workshop not eligible for volunteer benefits.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® was created by Katherine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers. They based their work on Carl Jung’s Theory of Typology, presented in his 1921 book Psychological Types.
Through the years the MBTI® has developed a mixed reputation but the reality is that it is a rich system that can lead to personal insight and discovery. In this workshop we will go beyond just the 4-letter system that is talked about in popular culture and instead tap back into the Jung’s psychological functions and explore how the MBTI® uses those in what is called a person’s Functional Stack. This takes MBTI® to a much deeper level and exposes it as a system of balance and a roadmap for maturation.
*Program fee includes the price of a self-scored MBTI that will be administered at workshop. Please register by November 1 as inventories must be pre-ordered.
About the Instructor:
Kim LeClair went to school for Cognitive Psychology, earned her masters and then began a winding career thru the non-profit and government sectors doing both program development and training. She always ended up in jobs that had her between technology and people. Early in 2012, she took the jump out of corporate and into the great wide open. Since then she has built her own freelance web design business, become a certified MBTI® practitioner and also a Board Certified Coach. For the past several years she has been teaching workshops using the CliftonStrengths® assessment. She lives in Wheaton with her husband Tim and her awesome dog Boonter. Her most recent discovery is improv and she thinks everyone should take an improv class – it is amazing!