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  • Creating a feedback culture
    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 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 Create a Feedback Culture Research has shown that creating a culture that encourages open and honest feedback both positive and developmental across all levels enhances organisational performance Iridium can enable a feedback culture through consultancy and our proven workshops All our workshops are bespoke and will be tailored for you A typical one day in house workshop will allow participants to lean how to Understand and respect the different ways that people make sense of their experience by looking at the range of filters people use Understand your own communication preferences and how to use these to maximise your personal impact Build quality relationships based on trust and confidence through rapport Understand the principles of effective feedback both giving and receiving Review a range of feedback models including constructive balanced soft critiquing and giving credit Practise giving feedback by role playing organisational specific scenarios Create personal development plans The emphasis is on learning

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  • Personal Effectiveness Workshops and Coaching
    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 Personal Effectiveness and Time Management The most asked for workshop in our range is always personal effectiveness It seems that every organisation is trying to do more with less and improve productivity This means that individuals feel under increasing pressure and there is the need to improve personal effectiveness We only bespoke run in house workshops so that we can tailor the content for the particular ways of working in a particular client A typical personal effectiveness workshop covers Differentiating

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  • Myers Briggs
    Posts in Myers Briggs The 5 Secrets to passing the Myers Briggs Test 4th Mar 2014 I have been administering the Myers Briggs Type Indicator for the past ten years I am often asked how do you get the best result or how do I ensure I pass the Myers Briggs test In this post I am going to share the five secrets to answer these questions Secret 1 Answer quickly without Read More Posted In Myers Briggs Have you considered a Myers Briggs Team Day 1st Feb 2014 Have you considered a Myers Briggs Team Day training course to help with team development and team building Here is some feedback from a day I did recently I have spoken to all who attended and they all enjoyed it and found it very useful Some comments that were made were a very interesting Read More Posted In Communication skills Emotional intelligence Interpersonal skills Myers Briggs Team development Myers Briggs For Recruitment 16th Sep 2012 One of the most common requests we get is from organisations wanting to use the Myers Briggs Type Indicator for recruitment and recruiting The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI is a personality profiling tool that looks at preferences on four dimensions of personality MBTI is great for developing individuals and teams because it helps raise Read More Posted In Myers Briggs The Power of Introverts and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator 26th Jul 2012 Google is one incredible business Not just because it has revolutionised the way we search for things on the internet but because of how the company s progression is fuelled by great ideas and innovative thinking The search engine gives staff free time to develop their own ideas for the business and many of the Google updates Read More Posted In Emotional intelligence Myers Briggs Deluded Managers need self awareness and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator 22nd May 2012 Mind the leadership reality gap with the Myers Briggs Type Indicator According to the latest Employee Outlook survey from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development CIPD while managers believe they are outstanding leaders their employers thinks something quite different Some 72 of employers report a lack of leadership and management skills within their business How Read More Posted In Myers Briggs Myers Briggs for NHS Teams Team Development 22nd Apr 2012 Many NHS trusts are increasingly interested in raising performance through improving the way teams within the organisation perform and work together The Myers Briggs Type Indicator we have found is a great way to bring teams together as it highlights in a very non judgemental way how different personalities interact in a work environment We have worked Read More Posted In Myers Briggs Team development Uncategorized The Myers Briggs Test and Myers Briggs Testing 21st Mar 2012 I have noticed some of the questions we get asked most are do you do Myers Briggs testing or do you offer the Myers Briggs Test The problem I have is that the perception

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  • Deluded Managers need self awareness and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
    of employers report a lack of leadership and management skills within their business How do you best deal with this reality gap It s a tricky one because while they could be jeopardising the effectiveness of the entire organisation it s important to handle difficult employees with care What if you could empower these individuals to better understand the type of person they are Then in turn encourage them to question how their own assumptions impact on those they work with Personality profiling questionnaires like the Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI when carried out correctly support individuals in becoming far more self aware of the impact their leadership style has With the MBTI managers get the opportunity to understand how their own styles impact or clash with the behaviours of those they work closely with In effect it empowers individuals to see things from other perspectives it s this detail and information that can lead to positive change A great example is the manager that took the MBTI and found out that he had a thinking preference which means he tends to make decisions with his head rather than his heart and is logical in approach He never said hello to anybody in the morning because he didn t expect that it mattered to those around him However the MBTI made him realise that some people need a dose of appreciation from their manager on a regular basis He successfully adapted his style albeit in a small way to say hello each morning to his colleagues The result People noticed a difference and the atmosphere in the office improved Then there s the manager with a judging preference controlled organised and structured who had no idea that asking his team to stick to the rigid plan that he viewed as

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  • The Power of Introverts and Myers Briggs (MBTI)
    and many of the Google updates and additions have been driven from employee free time It is therefore interesting that Larry Page co founder of Google is seen to have an introvert preference as defined by the Myers Briggs Type Indicator Those with an introvert preference tend to prefer working alone or in small groups and introverts generally spend time thinking and reflecting before doing Perhaps this explains why Page is so keen on coaxing ideas from his workforce and promoting the development of emotional intelligence throughout the business Another Google employee with a preference for introversion Chade Meng Tan explains this in his book Search Inside Yourself Harnessing the power of those with a more introverted preference requires a careful strategy and while Google and other forward thinking businesses are leading the way sadly according to another author often these individuals are ignored In her latest book The Power of Introverts American writer and lecturer Susan Cain warns that leaders who underestimate those with an introverted preference do so at their peril and having provided feedback on countless Myers Briggs Type Indicator profiles I tend to agree What better way to prove a point than to identify a few famous figures who are all associated with being an introvert type Neil Armstrong First man to land on the moon this driven and pioneering man managed to complete the journey that many said was impossible Imagine unleashing the focus and energy of someone like Armstrong in your organisation What kind of impact could someone with his strength of character and infallible focus have on the rest of the workforce Warren Buffet This year Buffet was names in Time magazine among the most influential people in the world yet he s an introvert Clearly driven by success and wealth Buffet is

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  • Myers Briggs Type II Feedback, coaching, team development
    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 Myers Briggs Type II We are often asked after a Myers Briggs workshop so what s next Myers Briggs Type II is often the answer because it adds another layer of detail to a person s personality profile For each of the four dimensions of personality that the Myers Briggs profile looks at Type II reveals results of five facets for each dimension This

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  • Myers Briggs Type and Change
    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 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 Myers Briggs Type and Change The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI is an invaluable tool when considering implementing change within an organisation Each of us have different personalities that the Myers Briggs Type Indicator enables us to better understand and become more aware of Equally each of us have different reactions to change By harnessing

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  • Myers Briggs Type and Leadership
    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 Myers Briggs Type and Leadership The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI is a valuable tool for leaders Firstly it provides a non judgemental way for leaders to gain self understanding and self awareness A wide range of research has shown that self awareness is a key ability of succesful leaders By understanding the impact they make on others leaders can better modify their styles contingent on the situation rather than relying on a one size fits all strategy Secondly the Myers Briggs Type Indicator provides a way for leaders to better understand others

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