Enhancing Emotional Intelligence through Myers-Briggs® Type

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Impactful Influencing: Harnessing the Power of Myers-Briggs® Type

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This workshop is designed to help individuals leverage their Myers-Briggs® Type to develop more effective influencing skills. Participants will learn how they influence others and how others influence them, and practice skills of ethical and effective influencing.

Duration:

½ Day or 1 day To attend this workshop all participants must have completed the MBTI® type step I […]

Improving Decision Making Using Myers-Briggs® Type to Understand Decision-Making Style

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This workshop helps individuals explore their decision-making style and develop more effective decision-making skills through a better understanding of their Myers-Briggs® preferences. Participants discover what can inhibit high quality decision making, learn how personality preferences influence peoples decision making style and develop strategies to make both individual and group decision making more successful.

Duration:

3.5 hrs To […]

Gas Turbine Operations, Maintenance & Controls Training – (4 Days)

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AJSS turbine operations, maintenance & controls training is a comprehensive interactive course delivered at our Melbourne Training centre. It features interactive technical demonstrations, gamification of concepts using the extensive range of equipment we have in the facility.

Duration:

4 Days

Materials:

Sundstrand 300hp Titan Radial Gas Turbine
Solar C40 Engines x 2
Reduction Gearbox x1
Complete Fuel Modules x 3
10vdc PECC Electronic […]

Team Development using MBTI®

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The success of any organisation depends upon how its people work together. In this workshop participants will learn how their personality preferences lead to differences in their work, communication and decision-making styles. Once participants understand their own style they learn to “flex” those preferences to accommodate styles of other team members and so capitalise on […]