MBTI for Teacher Effectiveness
Program Overview and Objectives
Every teacher handles a large number of students. These students are diverse in many ways. Human Diversity is largely a puzzle for most of us. While lip service may be quick at hand, the true harnessing of Human Diversity remains an elusive dream. Many of us operate with a mindset of how people 'should be' rather than exploring potential for productivity and innovation in human diversity. As a result, enormous human energy is locked in interpersonal conflicts and human potential is blocked away from unfolding. For organizations and individuals, these are missed mines of opportunities.
The "Myers Briggs Type Indicator" (MBTI) explores different dimensions of Personality and explains the differences between people. It also helps us to understand some of our own contradictions. It is a psychometric instrument developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Briggs, a daughter-mother duo, who spent their lifetime in developing & perfecting MBTI and researching on human personality. It is based on the classical research and experience of Carl G. Jung, a Swiss Psychologist and Philosopher. Translated into over 50 languages, the instrument is widely used the world over and is recognized as being free of cultural biases.
The workshop would help the participants to understand self and others and to appreciate the uniqueness of each individual. It would help them to explore the possibility of capitalizing on human diversities and making oneself effective as a teacher by understanding MBTI framework and applying it to improve the design and delivery of the teaching.
1. Themes and patterns of human behavior
2. Dimensions of human diversity
3. Our Orientation of energy
4. How do we collect process and store information?
5. How do we process information and make judgment?
6. Our orientation towards outer world.
7. Self in relation to others
8. Inter-personal Communication
9. Improving Session Design by using MBTI framework
10. Matching Teaching Methods to the Personality profiles of participants
11. Applications at micro level. Designing and delivering effective sessions.
12. Way forward.
One day (6 hours of instruction time.)
Minimum 15 and maximum 25 Teachers in one program.
Mr. Y N Kaushal (Profile attached.)
Rs 1250/- per participant. (plus service tax and Ed Cess @ 12.36%)
Note: Participants can be from different schools. Hosting School needs to make administrative and hospitality arrangements.
Schools and Institutions that have benefitted from this program.
Ø National University of Planning and Administration
o Several hundred School Principals and Headmasters from Private Schools under CBSE, Govt. Schools under CBSE, Minority Institutions, from all over India
o Principals from Srilanka, African, European and Asian Countries
Ø The Air Force School, Subroto Park
Ø Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute, Subroto Park
Ø Indian Society for Training and Development (conducted a public program)
Profile of Faculty
Mr. Y N Kaushal is an MBA from IIM, Ahmedabad. He is a well established Management Consultant and Trainer in Strategic Management, and Change Implementation.
He is a qualified MBTI Trainer and Administrator. He has conducted MBTI based programs in different parts of the country for a variety of organizations. He is CEO of Enablers India. Previously, he worked with National Thermal Power Corporation the largest Power Generating Company of India for approx. 16 years as Senior Faculty Member and Head of Management Faculty at its apex Management Development Center called Power Management Institute handling design and delivery of Training to groups of Top level, Senior level and Middle level Managers.
He has designed and conducted more than 500 Management Development Programs for various private, public and multi-national organizations. He is a member of National Council of Indian Society for Training and Development and is Vice Chairman of its Delhi chapter. He is a Guest Faculty to following Institutes in and around Delhi:
· Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi (Department of Management Studies)
· FORE School of Management, New Delhi
· National University of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi
· National Defence College, New Delhi (under Indian Army.)
· BHEL Human Resource Development Institute, Noida
· GAIL Training Institute, Noida
· Power Management Institute, Noida
· IndianOil Institute of Petroleum Management, Gurgaon
· National Academy for Training and Development
· Indian Society for Training and Development
· All India Management Association,
· Delhi Management Association
· Human Resource Development Centre, Ghaziabad (under Council of Scientific and Industrial Research – CSIR)
· Reserve Bank of India Zonal Training Centre, New Delhi
· ICICI Bank Learning Centre, Mumbai and Khandala
· Punjab National Bank Zonal Training Centre, Faridabad
· Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi
· Foreign Service Institute, New Delhi (under Ministry of External Affairs)
· Institute of Secretariat Training and Management, New Delhi (under Department of Personnel and Training, Govt. of India)
· Institute of Energy Management and Research, Gurgaon
· National Institute of Financial Management, Faridabad (under Ministry of Finance)
· National Academy of Training and Research in Social Security, New Delhi (Under Ministry of Labour)
Contact: M 8800739953