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  • Myers Briggs Type and Teams
    Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Myers Briggs Type and Teams The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is a fantastic tool for teams By sharing their own Type and understanding others Types team members can quickly understand how to work better together provide clarity and work in harmony Iridium provide a range of bespoke team workshops and team coaching programmes using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator Typical Myers Briggs Team Workshop Overview A Myers Briggs team workshop is applicable to all levels of teams up to and including board level A typical Myers Briggs based team workshop looks at improving communication enhancing team problem solving valuing diversity and providing a non judgemental way to approach team issues An introductory Myers Briggs workshop will enable each team member to understand their own type and how this impacts the team Each Myers Briggs team workshop is bespoke and tailored to your requirements Each participant will take the official Myers Briggs questonnaire online prior to the workshop and get the results at the workshop The Myers Briggs workshops are fun highly interactive and always very well received The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is non judgemental and there are good day and less good day behaviours for all types and so a Myers Briggs team workshop provides a great forum for getting to know and understand team members Contact us now for a sample agenda and free proposal After a recent Myers Briggs team workshop we received the following testimonial Thank you for your contribution to

    Original URL path: http://www.iridiumconsulting.co.uk/myers-briggs-type-and-teams/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Well formed outcomes - the key to goal setting
    double your income to start a new business etc or in the negative eg to quit smoking lose weight stop spending so much etc We have difficulty processing negatives eg the command Don t think of fish is difficult to obey isn t it You get what you focus on so if your goal is stated in the positive you re making it easier for yourself Also check that your answer can be achieved by yourself it is your outcome and you need to be solely responsible for its success So 2 Ensure you state your goal positively and that it can be achieved by you Write it down 3 Specify the present situation where are you currently How will you know when you ve got it Be careful what you ask for Maybe you d like to be rich When we ve asked students in the past how they would know that they were rich replies such as I d have more money come back So we offer them more money in the form of a coin and ask if that means they are rich More money is not specific enough evidence for the achievement of the goal It is important that you go into very specific detail of what you would see hear and feel when you achieve your goal For example being rich may involve seeing a specific sum on your bank statement on a specific date and hearing the sound of the sea from your yacht in a particular place Remember to include as much detail as possible and check that it sits comfortably with you as a person in terms of your values and beliefs For example being rich may not be so much fun without your family and friends or without good health Remember to also check for unwanted wider external consequences of you achieving this outcome For example does your get rich scheme hurt others or the environment So 4 Ask yourself How will I know when I ve got it What will you see hear and feel as you are achieving your goal 5 What very specific details will let you know that you are getting what you want and in what context Write them down The more sensory detail the better and check that it sits comfortably with your beliefs and that you have considered the wider implications of you achieving your goal 6 Identify the resources that you need to achieve your goal what do you already have and what do you need to acquire 7 Commit to taking your first step towards your goal Imagine your future success Once you have clear evidence ie how you ll know when you ve achieved your goal you can engage your unconscious resources more fully by imagining your future success Stand up and ensure you ve got enough space to move safely then Imagine you are going to step into that time in the future when you already have what you want

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  • Contagion at Work - Emotions are contagious
    Skills Training Executive Coaching Presenting Yourself With Impact Coaching Creating a Coaching Culture ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Contagion at Work 16th Dec 2011 Contagion isn t a word that I typically use in my day to day vocabulary Yet in the past two months as the Euro Crisis has evolved from a local difficulty on the extremities of Europe to a full blown crisis at its very heart Contagion seems to be THE word on all the financial commentators lips Then Hollywood decided to mark the start of the annual flu season with its blockbuster movie called Contagion The film depicts how a virus can spread worldwide and infect large number of the global population in weeks It also highlights the power of social media in creating and spreading news almost instantaneously All this got me thinking about contagion at work Research has shown that emotions are contagious as well Our emotions affect other workers and the people with whom we interface clients suppliers etc Therefore it does matter how you show up at work especially if you are the leader of a group You set the tone for your area the mood for the day especially in challenging times Equally those claiming that cynicism or negativity don t cause any harm may well be mistaken as through contagion their negative emotions are spread So in a way we re

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  • Actuality, Capability, Potentiality
    Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Menu Home Leadership Leadership Development Programmes Management Team Development Leadership and Management Development Coaching 360 Degree Feedback Development Centres Team Team Coaching Team Development Coaching Coaching Skills Training Executive Coaching Presenting Yourself With Impact Coaching Creating a Coaching Culture ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Actuality Capability Potentiality 19th Oct 2011 Do you accept actuality What is your capability Think what it will be like to reach your potentiality Stafford Beer in his book Brain of the Firm outlines his definitions of the three terms Actuality What we are managing to do now with existing resources under existing constraints Capability This is what we could be doing still right now with existing resources under existing constraints if we really worked at it Potentiality This is what we ought to be doing by developing our resources and removing constraints although still operating within the bounds of what is already known to be feasible Do you accept actuality What is your capability Think what it will be like to reach your potentiality Food For Thought Posted In Belief change Change management Coaching Leadership Search for Recent Posts Creating Collaborative Teams Collaboration at Work Where can I get the Myers Briggs Step II profile done Looking for practical and creative coaching tools Our

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  • What Leaders, managers and coaches can learn from the Kings Speech
    interesting aspects of The King s Speech is how clear Lionel was in establishing boundaries that enabled him to break through Bertie s reflexive defences By insisting that they would address each other by first names Lionel established a relationship of equals in the coaching domain Their sessions were held on Lionel s turf in his office This enabled him to stipulate My castle my rules Lionel even says at one stage I haven t agreed to take you on yet As a coach you only want a coachee who has truly signed up Planning Lionel had clearly planned the initial session to demonstrate immediately that progress was possible Self Belief Lionel showed remarkable self belief In coaching it is often said that the coach will only get the results they believe possible Lionel s 100 belief that he could make a difference was empowering Self belief also comes from experience Lionel knew he had done it before and knew it worked He was an expert coach and he believed in the tools and techniques he used and he knew how to apply them However it was interesting that we see Lionel failing to get a part in a small amateur dramatics play you don t have to be a superstar in what you are coaching to be an expert coach but you do need self belief Build Rapport Lionel built rapport by being patient when he needed to be being challenging when he needed to be and sharing his background and interests The bond between them grew so strong that the King started to regard Lionel as a friend However it wasn t all plain sailing At times the rapport was broken as Lionel forced the pace too much causing his royal client to back away from coaching For coaching to succeed there needs to be rapport Reinforcement of the positive Lionel consistently reinforced the positive giving verbal praise and lots of non verbal encouragement smiles nods etc He also realised that the King s natural style of delivery a burst of coherent speech punctuated by pauses could be cultivated into a very distinctive and authoritative style and so he encouraged this A positive and encouraging outlook is essential The Environment Lionel establishes the coaching environment as a place of trust equality and safety Physically the coaching always took place in Lionel s well worn but very comfortable light and airy office As Lionel prepares his royal client to deliver his 1939 speech he takes time to replicate this environment at Buckingham Palace ensuring that the broadcast takes place in a private comfortably decorated room with natural light and fresh air The environment in which coaching takes place influences the outcome Tools and techniques Lionel displays an innovative use of an eclectic range of coaching tools and techniques Mind and Body Lionel realised that in order to get the voice working he needed the whole mind and body to be involved and he used a variety of weird and

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  • Leadership - how often do you reflect?
    Blog Menu Home Leadership Leadership Development Programmes Management Team Development Leadership and Management Development Coaching 360 Degree Feedback Development Centres Team Team Coaching Team Development Coaching Coaching Skills Training Executive Coaching Presenting Yourself With Impact Coaching Creating a Coaching Culture ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Leadership Skills Reflection How often do you reflect 2nd Jul 2010 How often do you reflect Reflecting on what goes well and less well is key to improved performance Daniel Siegel in his book Mindsight says the essence of reflection is that we remain open observant and objective about whats going on both inside us and inside others Food for thought Posted In Change management Coaching Communication skills Emotional intelligence Interpersonal skills Leadership presentation skills Presenting Yourself With Impact Search for Recent Posts Creating Collaborative Teams

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  • Map of future trends link
    House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Menu Home Leadership Leadership Development Programmes Management Team Development Leadership and Management Development Coaching 360 Degree Feedback Development Centres Team Team Coaching Team Development Coaching Coaching Skills Training Executive Coaching Presenting Yourself With Impact Coaching Creating a Coaching Culture ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Map of future trends link 28th May 2010 brilliant tube map style map of future trends have a look Posted In Change management Leadership Search for Recent Posts Creating Collaborative Teams Collaboration at Work Where can I get the Myers Briggs Step II profile done Looking for practical and creative coaching tools Our new book is out How to

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  • Effective Employee Engagement = Business Success
    Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Menu Home Leadership Leadership Development Programmes Management Team Development Leadership and Management Development Coaching 360 Degree Feedback Development Centres Team Team Coaching Team Development Coaching Coaching Skills Training Executive Coaching Presenting Yourself With Impact Coaching Creating a Coaching Culture ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Coach Supervision Solutions In house Interpersonal Skills Workshops Emotional Intelligence The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI Specialists Presenting Yourself With IMPACT Insights Discovery Developing Talent Personality Profiling Making Change Happen Work Life Balance In House Programmes and Coaching Recruitment and Selection Resources Presenting Yourself With Impact at Work The Book Books And Resources Meet Us What People Say Contact Us Iridium Blog Effective Employee Engagement Business Success 22nd May 2010 Interesting intro to employee engagement via business link sorry link now removed Posted In Change management Leadership Team development Search for Recent Posts Creating Collaborative Teams Collaboration at Work Where can I get the Myers Briggs Step II profile done Looking for practical and creative coaching tools Our new book is out

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