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Mace’s Greenwich Peninsula Upper Riverside team completed a series of team building exercises followed by the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) online assessment and feedback exercise to enhance team dynamics and promote personal growth.

The short multi-choice questionnaire aims to identify personal preferences in terms of decision making and how individuals perceive their environments.

Individuals elect for their best-fit MBTI type one of 16 distinctive personality types (influenced by the online assessment results and research during the feedback exercise).

The feedback exercise highlights the importance of considering alternative perspectives and ways of thinking.

In a working environment, it provides workers with insight into their own personal working style and those of their colleagues. The key objective is to generate the conversation about personal preferences and team dynamics in a safe space.

All participants consented to sharing their MBTI, which was distributed to relevant team members for further digestion.

This was followed by another exercise to differentiate between people of the same type. This has allowed the team to:

  • Promote a deeper understanding of personality
  • Drive personal development planning
  • Explore the team dynamics in more depth
  • Provide a visual representation of the team personality with strengths and development areas

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