Solving the Personality Puzzle – Type for Teens
A one day workshop for career advisers working with youth in schools or privately.
This card sort resource creates a unique coaching environment to engage with students and facilitate a self-discovery process of their own personality type. This leads to valuable insights into potential career direction. The Personality Puzzle – Type for Teens is the only resource of its kind which has been written specifically with teens in mind. It uses the Myers-Briggs® model, which is used by millions of people worldwide every year. It is not essential to use a questionnaire, discovery of type through conversation is rewarding and cost effective. No previous experience using this model is required.
The Personality Puzzles are now used by hundreds of careers practitioners around the world.
- Gain an insight into Psychological Type
- Experience the Type preferences for yourself
- Gain confidence in using the card sort resource
- Be given an e-guidebook that explains how to maximise your use of The Personality Puzzle
- Enjoy an interactive, and engaging workshop that increases your professional skills
Details for Auckland, Hamilton and Christchurch are below. Please contact me you would like to host a workshop in your area.
Date: 20 March and 19 June 2015
Time: 10.00 to 4.30
Cost: $245.00 + gst per person CDANZ member $210.00 + gst (same price for all venues) Excludes the cost of The Personality Puzzle.
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Location: The Parenting Place, 300 Great South Road, Greenlane AUCKLAND
Date: Friday 15 May 2015 Location: Waikato University Campus HAMILTON
Date: Monday 25 May 2015 Location: The Meeting Rooms, Christchurch Airport, CHRISTCHURCH
For more details, please contact Sue: email@example.com
Tel: 021 521992
Please note: You do not need to be a qualified Myers-Briggs® practitioner to attend. However, I hope this workshop will be the start of your learning in this valuable field.
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