MBTI Team Building

MBTI Team Building

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Developing Potential (UK) Ltd are experts in using the MBTI® for team building, team development, management training and leadership development.

We deliver our MBTI® Team Building programmes all over the UK and also deliver internationally.  Our MBTI Team Building Programmes come to you or to a venue of your provision. All of our MBTI® Trainers and consultants are highly experienced coaches and facilitators with many years of experience using the MBTI and working with diverse teams across a range of industries.  Our MBTI® programmes are always highly interactive, practical and designed with your needs in mind.  We pride ourselves in delivering high quality MBTI team and leadership development programmes .

Our MBTI® Team Building Programmes can help you to:

  • Accelerate the team formation and team building process
  • Understand the team and its dynamics at a much deeper level
  • Better understand and meet the needs of individual team members
  • Identify and reduce the cost of conflict
  • Identify potential blind-spots and mitigate against associated costs
  • Develop the EQ of your managers and leaders.

We also deliver MBTI Step 2 Team programmes for executive and management teams, or for teams that want to take their knowledge, understand and application of type to the next level.

Click the download button to download information on our MBTI® Team Building Programmes.

MBTI Team Building Programmes

MBTI Team Building day – Design Scene, London

“Thoroughly enjoyable, time flew by. Not death by PowerPoint which was a bonus and liked the fact that it was more based around discussion and bullet point facts.”

MBTI Team Building  Event – Nike, Manchester

“Thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Great to take time away from the office. Good to get the team together.”

MBTI Team Building Programmes – Sabic, Teeside

“Great fun, very educational and revealing. I learned a lot about my personal style and I’ve already seen improvements in my approach to things as I try to improve my blind spots.”