What’s Your Type? Myers Brigg Type Indicator ® (4 CPD Hours)

Discover a tool that provides insight into your work style, time management style and personal motivators. The MBTI® is the world’s most researched psychological instrument, and learning your “type” can help improve the management of your work preferences, stressors, and team and client interactions. In this introductory course you will find out how people differ in their type preferences, and what that means for dealing with people at work and at home.

Course Presenter – Bronwyn Rachor

Bronwyn has extensive experience in facilitation of adult learning in the public and community sectors, specialising in leadership, team building, communication, psychological type, and computer applications. Bronwyn has worked with community groups such as schools and local Neighbourhood Centres, along with government departments such as Defence, the ACCC, and Human Services, and the TV channel SBS. She holds qualifications in psychology, counselling, human resource development and workplace training. Bronwyn has presented concurrent sessions at psychological type conferences across Australia, as well as serving as Victorian president of the Australian Association for Psychological Type.


  • Discover your type preferences. Are you a big-picture person, or details-oriented? What does this mean for your work style, and how you interact with others?
  • Find out what motivates people of different type preferences, and how you can use that information to improve communication in all areas of your life.
  • Find out what typically stresses people with your type preferences, and how can you manage your type-related stress better.

Who Should Attend?

  • Anyone who wishes to improve how they manage themselves at work and at home.
  • Anyone who wants to know more about “how people tick”.
  • Anyone who wishes to improve their interactions with others.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this session participants will be able to:

  • Understand the four ways that people differ in their psychological type.
  • Understand your best-fit type preferences.
  • Understand what motivates your type.
  • Understand what stresses your type and how you can manage better.
  • Understand strategies to improve communication with people of different type preferences.

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