Young IPWEA Professional Development Workshop
Personality Types with Craig Chappell
Date: Sunday 25 August 2019
Time: 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Where: Hotel Grand Chancellor
Cost: $290 + GST for registered conference delegates
$350 + GST non-registered attendees
About the Workshop
What makes us tick? What drives our decision making, how we plan and how we communicate? How do we like to manage our workload and ourselves?
Using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) participants will learn about personal preferences and how they can differ from others. How we can flex our behaviour and preferred styles to get the most from interactions with others.
This interactive and fun half day workshop is a high value session for individuals and teams wanting to learn about personality type and behaviour.
Applying the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) instrument, this programme provides an introduction to personality preferences and the way that ‘type’ can be used to enhance personal and professional effectiveness.
Anyone who wishes to identify and understand the strengths and pitfalls of their own personality style and the ways that personality preferences can be used to maximise individual effectiveness.
Key focus areas
- Recognise extraverted and introverted communication
- Understand how information is taken in and decisions are made
- Understand how each personality style may be viewed by others
- Understand ‘at their best’ personality style
- Recognise potential pitfalls and blind spots
- Know how to maximise interpersonal strengths
On completion of this workshop or 1:1 programme, participants will be able to:
- Understand the strengths and areas for development of your own personality style
- Recognise the causes of interpersonal conflict
- Learn greater tolerance and acceptance of opposite styles
- Handle stress and transition more effectively
Craig’s drive and enthusiasm for professional development results in innovative and dynamic training solutions which make a practical difference to each and every participant. His fun, energetic personality guarantees that his sessions are always interactive and stimulating. A strong L&D/HR business background in Australia, NZ and the UK enable him to provide highly relevant learning experiences for immediate application in the workplace.
His professional career has provided experience in training, coaching, HR and recruitment within a broad range of industries including health, television, telecommunications, manufacturing, local government and finance sectors. Craig has a solid background in 1:1 coaching and facilitation and has a deep understanding of designing learning that challenges and engages participants.
Craig is a master practitioner of NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming), a practitioner of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the JCA Global Emotional Intelligence suite of tools. These form the foundation for many of his workshops. Participants leave his programmes with improved self –awareness, and immediately applicable skills to make them both personally and professionally more effective.
Craig has a reputation for encouraging and engaging people to embrace new concepts and try new skills by using a mix of practical and creative facilitation techniques. ”My goal is for every participant on every session to leave feeling inspired and motivated to strive for personal and organisational excellence” says Craig.
All participants will be required to complete a pre-workshop questionnaire that will generate your reported Personality Type. The questionnaire takes around 15-20 minutes to complete. Reports will be provided at the workshop. During the workshop each participant will aim to work out their personality type themselves before their report is provided.