The team takes a day to look at the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
Alfredo Borodowski, our fearless facilitator for the day, earned his law degree at the University of Buenos Aires Law School and was ordained as a rabbi at the Seminario Latinoamericano. He is also certified as an administrator and interpreter of the Myers-Briggs personality type instrument specializing in organizational leadership and spirituality. His passion to teach others in this area was apparent to our entire team.
We each took the assessment before our day with Alfredo and he guided several discussions and exercises helping us to understand how our “type” can best be used on our team at the office and in life. We discovered that the 2M team is quite unique when compared to most; the majority proved to be introverted vs. extroverted. This seems to raise the question: If you have a team full of introverts, does that make the few extroverts act like introverts?
All in all, the day was a success. We had the opportunity to learn more about each other while being challenged to understand our own “type.”