Find your Behavioural Type to Understand Yourself and Others Better (Myers Briggs Type Indicator)

Robin Hills, Emotional Intelligence coach and facilitator

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9 Lessons (35m)
    • 1. Understanding behavioural preferences and behavioural type

    • 2. Behavioural Preferences Objectives

    • 3. Behavioural Preferences

    • 4. Extraverson and Introversion

    • 5. Sensing and Intuition

    • 6. Thinking and Feeling

    • 7. Judging and Perceiving

    • 8. Working with Type

    • 9. Behavioural Preferences Review


Project Description

Identifying your Behavioural Preferences and your Behavioural Type


You are going to get some insights into how you can determine your behavioural preferences on four scales.

The four scales deal with

  • where you like to focus your attention (Extraversion or Introversion)

  • the way you like to look at things (Sensing or iNtuition)

  • the way you like to go about deciding things (Thinking or Feeling)

  • how you deal with the outer world (Judging or Perceiving)

This will help you to self assess your Behavioural Type.

The project looks at your behavioural preferences; those which you are likely to prefer the most and probably use most often.

Understanding your preferences and how they differ from others will help you to build rapport and communicate more effectively.


  • An understanding of the different behavioural preferences and their expression

  • A self-assessment of your Behavioural Preferences and your Behavioural Type

  • Some do's and don'ts when working with Behavioural Type
  • Insights into the best ways to inluence and persuade someone using your knowledge of preferences



The Behavioural Preferences and Behavioural Type exercise


Share with the class what have you learnt about your preferences, the awareness you have achieved and some of the lessons you have learnt about Behavioural Type.

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