MBTI and Project Success
In this session, you'll learn how the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator can be used for project success. Don't worry if you don't know or remember your innate type because you'll have the chance to make a best guess. We’ll discuss why it’s important to understand your personality type, the team type, and the project type. Yes, teams and projects have personality types! By understanding how others direct and receive energy, take in information, make decisions, and are oriented toward the world, you can identify strengths and blind spots that you and a project team might face. A tool will be provided to cover your bases with team members of all types for more effective decision making, problem solving, and strategic planning.
Deb Richmond is a business and engineering leader who has spent most of her career in large high-tech computer companies. She began her career as a microprocessor design engineer for Motorola's 68020 chip (world's first 32-bit microprocessor), managed "bleeding edge" application development at Johns Hopkins Hospital, architected highly available UNIX enterprise solutions for DEC and Informix customers, held leadership roles in sales engineering management and business operations for Sun Microsystems, and directed operations for MedStar Health's clinical simulation centers.
Most recently, Deb worked as a Management Consultant for Line of Sight on a PM/PMO contract with the Department of the Treasury. She is now consulting on change/project management for Frederick County.
Deb holds a B.S.E.E. with Honors from Lafayette College, is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, Project Management Professional (PMP), and a Certified Practitioner of the MBTI Step I and Step II Instruments.
|Event Date||01-22-2018 11:30 am|
|Event End Date||01-22-2018 1:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Non Member Price|
|Location (Click link for address)||Columbia Site - Howard County Business Training Center|