After more than 60 years of development, the current Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Assessment is the most widely used instrument for understanding normal personality differences. This instrument is a self-report questionnaire designed to help you identify your unique gifts. Knowing this information will enhance your understanding of yourself, your motivations, your natural strengths, and your potential areas for growth. It will also help you appreciate those who differ from you.
Registration closes Friday, May 10 at 3:00pm.
The tool is used for a wide variety of purposes including the following:
• Self-understanding and development
• Career development and exploration
• Organization development
• Team building
• Management and leadership training
• Problem solving
• Relationship counseling
• Education and curriculum development
• Academic counseling
• Diversity and multicultural training
During this half-day workshop, we will also be looking at the Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation-Behavior (FIRO-B) Assessment. This tool was originally developed to predict how military personnel would work together in groups. It has now become a widely used assessment to help those who take it understand interpersonal behavior. Many people find this tool useful in management and leadership development; team building; and career and family, and relationship counseling. It also has been used in research on educational administration, work group compatibility, interpersonal dynamics in groups, and criminal justice administration.
Prior to attending this half-day workshop, you will be asked to complete two different assessments. Once you have registered for the program, the information for both of these will be sent to you. Neither of the assessments is very lengthy, and should take no more than 30 minutes each. We ask that you have these assessments completed prior to the workshop.
Detailed instructions will be provided to you upon registration.
Courtney Klatt is a Talent Process Specialist at Bemis Company, Inc. She is in her sixth year at Bemis, and has served in her current role for just under two years. Prior to her role as Talent Process Specialist, she was an instructional designer and training specialist. Courtney was certified in both the Myers Briggs and FIRO-B Assessments in September of 2012. She enjoys the subject of personality styles and helping others not only understand their own styles, but also those that are different than them. Courtney has a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Development, from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is also enrolled at Roosevelt University, where she is completing her Masters in Human Performance Improvement. Courtney is also in her fourth year as Membership Director for the Northeast Wisconsin chapter of ASTD.
Becky Dzwoniarski joined Bemis in April 2012 where she currently serves as a Senior Talent Development Consultant. In this role, she partners with leaders around the organization to analyze, design and implement solutions in the following areas: Leadership Development, Leader Broadening, Performance Management, Coaching, Change Leadership and Team Development.Becky has a Bachelor of Science in Human Services from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and also has a Human Resources Management certificate from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. She facilitates programs using a number of assessment, coaching and training tools including Myers Briggs, Firo-B, 360 feedback, DiSC, Belbin and Strengths Finder.