The 16 Jung personality types in teams
Friday 29 June 2018
The 16 Jung Types are widely applied for teambuilding. A Jung Type & Team workshop helps teams work together more effectively. Are you curious to find out what a Type & Team workshop can do for the effectiveness of your team?
Are you interested in the following questions concerning your team?
With a Jung Type & Team workshop you will get the answers to these questions. The Jung Types are a tool to determine personality preferences. The 16 types are based on the work of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961). The Jung Type of a candidate is determined by completing The Bridge Personality. This is one of the most used personality tests worldwide. The 16 Jungian Types are the most popular methodology within organizations to track down the preferences of people and teams.
Jung Personality Types & Teams
The Jung Types are in particular widely used for teambuilding. During a Type & Team workshop the Jung Types will ensure understanding of individual differences among the team members. Aside from that, the present competencies within a team will become more visible. The communication within the team will improve. The Jung Type & Team workshop helps teams gain insight into how they work together as a team, how they solve problems and how the team deals with communication, stress and conflict situations.
The Bridge Personality Team workshop:
The Jung Type & Team workshop helps teams work together more effectively. Especially concerning problem solving, communication and conflict situations.
Curious about what a Bridge Personality Team workshop can do for the effectiveness of your team? We can assist you in organizing a Bridge Personality workshop for your team. Please contact us here.
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